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Music director  Gyan Dutt
Genres  Bollywood, World cinema
Language  Hindi
Director  Chaturbhuj Doshi
Country  India
BHAKTA SURDAS
Release date  1942
Cast  K. L. Saigal, Khursheed Bano
Similar movies  Woh Din Yaad Karo (1971), Aansoo Aur Muskan (1970), Roop Tera Mastana (1972), King Uncle (1993), Magroor (1979)

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Bhakta Surdas is a 1942 Indian Bollywood devotional film. It was the third highest grossing Indian film of 1942. This was K. L. Saigal's first film after his move to Bombay from Calcutta. The film was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Ranjit Studios. It had music by Gyan Dutt with lyrics by D. N. Madhok. Khursheed, after acting in several less popular films, finally became a big success with this film. The cast included K. L. Saigal, Khursheed, Monica Desai, Nagendra, M. Saigal and N. Desai.

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Cast

  • K. L. Saigal
  • Khursheed
  • Monica Desai
  • Nagendra
  • M. Saigal
  • N. Desai
  • Gharpure
  • Kesarbai
  • B. Sharma
  • Bashir
  • Music

    Considered as a highpoint in Saigal's singing career, the film had music by Gyan Dutt with lyrics by D. N. Madhok. His songs "Kadam Chale Aage, Man Pachhe Bhaage" and "Nainheen Ko Raah Dikha Prabhu" were big successes. "Madhukar Shyam hamare chor", "Panchhi baawra, chand se preet lagaye", and "Sar Par Kadam Ki Chhaiyan" (Raag Bhairavi), "Maiya Mori Main Nahi Maakhan Khayo" are considered as "Immortal bhajans" as are several other "unforgettable songs" from the film.

    References

    Bhakta Surdas Wikipedia
    Bhakta Surdas IMDb


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