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Country  India
Director  Hemchander Chunder
Language  Hindi
Meri Bahen movie poster
Release date  1944

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Meri Bahen also called My Sister is a 1944 Indian Bollywood film. It was the fourth highest grossing Indian film of 1944. Produced by New Theatres, Ltd. Calcutta, and directed by Hemchander Chunder, it starred K. L. Saigal, Sumitra Devi, Akhtar Jehan, Chandrabati Devi, Nawab and Tulsi Chakraborty. The music direction was by Pankaj Mullick with lyrics by Pandit Bhushan.

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The film is cited as Saigal's best film at New Theatres technically. Set against the backdrop of WW II in Calcutta, it was the story of a schoolteacher and his young sister. The film followed his rise to fame as a singer and the changes in his relationships following a bomb-raid.

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Cast

  • K. L. Saigal as Ramesh
  • Sumitra Devi as Krishna
  • Akhtar Jehan as Bimala, Ramesh's sister
  • Chandrabati Devi as Rekha
  • Tulsi Chakraborty as Choudhary
  • Soundtrack

    The film had music composed by Pankaj Mullick assisted by Biran Bal and Hiten Bannerji, with lyrics by Pandit Bhushan. The singers were K I Saigal, Pankaj Mullick, Rekha Mullick, Vimala, Ila Ghosh and Utpala Sen. According to Vijay Ranchan,Pankaj had composed two versions of the song "Piya Milan Ko Jaana" in Kapalkundala (1939) directed by Phani Majumdar. Mullick used one version of the song in Meri Bahen in his and Ila Ghosh's voice.

    References

    Meri Bahen Wikipedia


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