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Director  V. Shantaram
Release date  1932 (India)
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Country  India
4.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Drama
Music director  Govindrao Tembe
Language  Hindi/Marathi
Jalti Nishani Jalti Nishani songs Hindi Album Jalti Nishani 1955
Writer  Govindrao Tembe (dialogue)
Release date  1932
Cast  Master Vinayak, Baburao Pendharkar, Budasaheb, Kamaladevi, Leela, Jagirdar, Shankarrao Bhosle, Nimbalkar
Screenplay  Govindrao Tembe, Baburao Pendharkar
Similar movies  V Shantaram directed Jalti Nishani and Ayodhyecha Raja, Maya Machhindra (1939), V Shantaram directed Jalti Nishani and Kunku

Jalti Nishani (Burning Symbol) also called The Branded Oath, is a 1932 Hindi/Urdu adventure film directed by V. Shantaram. The film was a Prabhat Film Company production and was a bilingual, called Agnikankan in Marathi. The cinematography was by Keshavrao Dhaiber and Art direction by S. Fatehlal. The sound direction was by Vishnupant Govind Damle and the music and lyrics were by Govindrao Tembe. The character artist Gajanan Jagirdar began his career in films by acting the role of a seventy-five-year-old man at the age of twenty-five. Ashok Raj cites that the role was originally to be played by D. D. Mane in the film but since he could not speak Hindi fluently the role was given to Jagirdar. The cast included Shankarrao Bhosle, Kamala Devi, Master Vinayak, Baburao Pendharkar, Nimbalkar and Jagirdar.

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The adventure film revolved around a young prince's (Master Vinayak) escapades which included "acrobatic" swordplay, at regaining his father, the King's (S. Bhosle) throne, usurped by the evil Commander (Baburao Pendharkar).

Cast

  • Shankarrao Bhosale as Raja
  • Kamaladevi as Rani Veermati
  • Master Vinayak as Rajkumar Sudhirchandra
  • Budasaheb as Bhairav
  • Nimbalkar as Mantri (Commander)
  • Leela Pendharkar as Mantri‚Äôs daughter
  • Baburao Pendharkar as Raja Naagraya
  • Jagirdar
  • Soundtrack

    The fifteen songs in the film were composed by Govindrao Tembe with the lyrics written by Narbada Prasad Aasi.

    References

    Jalti Nishani Wikipedia
    Jalti Nishani IMDb


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