Manzil (1936 film)
|Director Pramathesh Barua|
|Release date 30 November 1936 (1936-11-30)|
Writer Munshi Arzoo Lucknowi, Saratchandra Chatterjee
Cast Pramathesh Barua, K. C. Dey, Jamuna Barua, Molina Devi, Ahi Sanyal, Biswanath Bhaduri, Boken Chatto, Miss Harimati
Music director Pankaj Mullick, Raichand Boral
Screenplay Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, Munshi Arzoo Lucknowi
Similar movies Swami (1977), Do Bigha Zamin (1953), Biraj Bahu (1954), Sujata (1960), Madhumati (1958)
Manzil destination 1936 saari duniya gorakh dhandhaa saari duniya gorakh dhandhaa harimati devi
Manzil is a 1936 Hindi film from New Theatres. A bilingual made in Hindi and Bengali (Grihadah), it was directed by P.C. Barua from a story by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay. The dialogues and lyrics were by Arzu Lucknowi and music composed by R. C. Boral and Pankaj Mullick. The cast included Prithviraj Kapoor, Jamuna, Pahari Sanyal, Molina Devi, K. C. Dey and Boken Chatto. The story, a love triangle, revolves around two friends Mahim and Suresh and the girl they both love, Achala.
- Manzil destination 1936 saari duniya gorakh dhandhaa saari duniya gorakh dhandhaa harimati devi
- Sundar naari pritam pyaari manzil 1936 pankaj mullick
Sundar naari pritam pyaari manzil 1936 pankaj mullick
Mahim and Suresh are childhood friends, both in love with Achala. Suresh is rich but adheres to conventional values while Mahim is from a poor family but well-educated. Achala has been given a liberal Brahmo Samaj upbringing. Though fond of both friends, she chooses to marry Mahim and they shift to a village. Achala gradually becomes dissatisfied. Their house burns down and Mahim falls ill. Suresh arrives to nurse Mahim back to health and goes with them to a health resort for Mahim to recover. Achala is attracted to Suresh and they both elope. She later returns to Mahim who forgives her.
ReferencesManzil (1936 film) Wikipedia
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