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Aaram (Hindi आराम Urdu آرام 'Comfort') is a 1951 Indian Hindi film directed by D.D. Kashyap and starring Dev Anand, Madhubala, Prem Nath and Talat Mahmood.
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Shyam (Dev Anand) is a struggling artist. While returning home one night he encounters a young woman, Leela (Madhubala), who, for unexplained reasons, is roaming the streets. A storm breaks out and Shyam lets Leela spend the night at his place. Shyam and Leela fall in love. A little later Leela gets acquainted with a rani (Durga Khote). After Leela leaves Shyam's place she takes refuge with the rani at the rani's haveli. The widowed rani's only son, musically talented Kumar (Premnath), falls in love with Leela. For the sake of her son's happiness the rani would like Leela to become her bahu. However Leela tells them that she is in love with Shyam and both Kumar and his mother the rani end up accepting that. Through the rani Leela even manages to get a painting of Shyam's entered in a competition through which Shyam attains fame. Leela and Shyam decide to travel to Shyam's village to have their wedding. But just as Leela is about to join Shyam she is kidnapped in front of the rani's haveli by a former suitor from whom she had been running away and who wants to force Leela to marry him and keeps her a prisoner. It turns out later that while trying to prevent the kidnapping Kumar was seriously hurt, even though nothing of the sort is actually shown on the screen. At one point Leela almost manages to escape her dungeon with the help of a kindhearted underling of the main villain. After he recaptures Leela, on his own initiative, the villainous suitor arranges a bizarre and inexplicably idiotic meeting between Leela and Shyam to let them take a final leave of one another, at a restaurant where Leela and Shyam had usually been coming and whose owner is a friend of theirs. At that meeting the villains are overpowered by Shyam, Kumar and others. During the struggle Kumar is shot and wounded. The police arrive to take the overpowered villains into custody. Kumar tells his mother that his wound will heal. The end.
- "Shukriya Aye Pyar Tera" - Talat Mahmood
- "Ai Jane Jigar Dil Me Samane Aaja" - Mukesh
- "Ye Zindagi Hai Yo-Yo" - Manmohan Krishna
- "Mann Me Kisi Ki Prit Basale" - Lata Mangeshkar
- "Shukriyaa, Shukriya Ai Pyaar Tera, Shukriya" - Talat Mehmood
- "Mil Mil Ke Bichhad Gaye Nain" - Lata Mangeshkar
- "Bigad Bigad Ke Bani Thi Qismat, Ujadi Re" - Lata Mangeshkar
- "Rutha Huwa Chanda Hai, Ruthi Huyi Chandani" - Lata Mangeshkar
- "Balma Ja Ja Ja, Abb Koun Tujhe Samjhaye" - Lata Mangeshkar
ReferencesAaram (film) Wikipedia
Aaram (film) IMDb