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Director  Sohrab Modi
Story by  S. Ameer Haider Kamal
Country  India
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Drama
Duration  
Language  Hindi
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Release date  1958
Writer  O.P. Dutta (additional dialogue), S. Ameer Haider Kamal (story), J.K. Nanda (revised screenplay)
Music director  Madan Mohan, Rajendra Krishan
Screenplay  O. P. Dutta, J.K. Nanda, S. Ameer Haider Kamal
Cast  Sohrab Modi (Dilip), Geeta Bali (Chhaya), Kamini Kaushal (Kamal), Abhi Bhattacharya (Dr Ramesh), Daisy Irani (Bali)
Similar movies  Related Sohrab Modi movies

Jailor is a 1958 Hindi psychosocial melodrama film produced and directed by Sohrab Modi. The film was a remake of Modi's earlier Jailor (1938). The production company was Minerva Movietone, with story and dialogue written by Kamal Amrohi and Ameer Haider. The additional dialogue was by O. P. Dutta and screenplay by J. K. Nanda. Music for the film was composed by Madan Mohan with lyrics by Rajendra Krishan. Sohrab Modi cast himself once again in the title role of Jailor. The film co-starred Kamini Kaushal, Geeta Bali, Abhi Bhattacharya, Daisy Irani, Nana Palsikar, Eruch Tarapore and Pratima Devi.

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The story involved a Jailor played by Modi whose wife Kanwal (Kamini Kaushal) elopes with Dr. Ramesh enacted by Abhi Bhattacharya, turning him into a bitter and tyrannical misogynist.

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Plot

Jailor 1958 MemsaabStory

Dilip (Sohrab Modi) is a kind-hearted prison warden (Jailor), who lives with his wife Kanwal (Kamini Kaushal) and little daughter Bali (Daisy Irani). Kanwal enjoys herself by staying out late at parties and meeting people. She equates her life in the house as a jail. Dilip tells her that her life is within the four walls of the house, and orders her not to go out without his permission. Kanwal hates the scar on her husband’s face and taunts Dilip about his ugly looks. Kanwal finally elopes with Dr Ramesh leaving her daughter behind. This turns Dilip into a hard cruel man who becomes oppressive. Kanwal and Dr. Ramesh go through hardships with Ramesh turning blind and Kanwal becoming disfigured following an accident. Dilip goes to the hospital and brings Kanwal back home. He has her locked up in her room forbidding her to meet her daughter. His constant taunts and berating compel Kanwal to commit suicide. Bali falls sick and dies.

In the meantime, Dilip has come across a blind girl Chhaya (Geeta Bali) whose brother Dilip had saved from killing himself. Her brother (Raj Kumar) kills the evil Chowdhary (Nana Palsikar) who tries to molest Chhaya. Before going to jail he asks Dilip to look after his blind sister. Dilip's attitude towards women starts changing as he feels drawn to Chhaya. But he finds that Chhaya is also in love with Dr. Ramesh who has been living in a temple since his accident. Chhaya and Ramesh had met earlier in the temple but were separated by the cunning Chowdhary. Dilip goes in search of him and decides to donate his savings to different temples. At one of the temples Chhaya and Dilip come across Ramesh. Chhaya and Ramesh are finally united with their sight restored.

Cast

  • Sohrab Modi as Dilip, the jailor
  • Kamini Kaushal as Kanwal
  • Geeta Bali as Chhaya
  • Abhi Bhattacharya as Dr. Ramesh
  • Daisy Irani as Bali
  • Nana Palsikar as Ramsingh Chowdhary
  • Eruch Tarapore
  • Pratima Devi as the maid
  • Khwaja Sabir
  • Lillian as the club dancer
  • Jagdish Kamal
  • Shashimala
  • Soundtrack

    The music director was Madan Mohan with lyrics by Rajendra Krishan. The playback singers were Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor.

    References

    Jailor (1958 film) Wikipedia
    Jailor (1958 film) IMDb


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