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Director  Mohan Segal
Duration  
Language  Hindi
8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama, Musical
Country  India
New Delhi (1956 film) movie poster
Release date  1956 (1956)
Writer  Inder Raj Anand (screenplay), Radhakrishan (screenplay), Mohan Segal (screenplay), Mohan Segal (story)
Music director  Shankar Jaikishan, Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal, Shankarsingh Raghuwanshi
Screenplay  Mohan Segal, Inder Raj Anand, Radhakrishan
Cast  Kishore Kumar (Anandkumar Swami), Vyjayanthimala (Janaki Subramaniam), Jabeen Jalil (Nirmala Nikki D Khanna), Nazir Hussain (Lala Daulatram Khanna), Nana Palsikar (Subramaniam)
Similar movies  Dhumal and others appear in New Delhi and Brahmachari

New Delhi (Hindi: न्यू डेल्ही) is a 1956 Hindi Black-and-white romantic comedy film written by Radhakishen with Inder Raj Anand and directed by Mohan Segal. The film starred Vyjayanthimala and Kishore Kumar in the lead with Jabeen Jalil, Nana Palsikar, Nazir Hussain, Prabhu Dayal, Dhumal, Brahm Bhardwaj, Radhakrishan, Mumtaz Begum, Mirza Musharraf and Shivraj as the ensemble cast. The film was produced by Mohan Segal himself. The film's score was composed by Shankar Jaikishan duo with lyrics provided by Hasrat Jaipuri and Shailendra, edited by Pratap Dave and was filmed by K. H. Kapadia. The story is about Punjabi boy Anand and Tamil girl Janaki falls in love with each other but unfortunately separated by their family.

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Plot

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Anand (Kishore Kumar), a Punjabi boy comes from Jalandhar to Delhi but is unable to find a place to stay as everywhere he goes people want to give their room only to a person of their caste. Desperate, Anand masquerades as a Tamilian, Anand Kumaraswamy, and finds a place to stay with a Tamilian family. There he meets the daughter of the South Indian Cultural Association Head, Janki (Vyjayantimala). Romance develops but Anand is unable to reveal his true identity to her. Daulatram Khanna Nazir Hussain, Anand's father and Janki's father, Subramanyam's (Nana Palsikar) superior, gets transferred to Delhi. Anand's sister Nikki (Jabeen) comes close to Anand's friend, Ashok Banerjee, a Bengali painter who teaches her art. When Daulatram finds out he kicks Ashok out. Anand makes his Tamilian servant Kumaraswamy (Dhoomal) masquerade as his father and they even meet Janki's father to discuss the marriage. But soon they are found out and Daulatram opposes the marriage. Subramanyam too turns against his daughter who tries to kill herself. She is saved by a kindly shop owner (Radhakishen) and passed off as his Punjabi niece, Mohini. Both Subramanyam and Anand are kept in the dark and are convinced Janki is no more. Subramanyam realizes his mistake but sadly he thinks it is too late. Thinking Mohini to be a good Punjabi girl, Anand's family readily agrees to his marriage with her and also fix Nikki's marriage within their community. But the marriage is almost called off when the boy's father demands a huge dowry. It is Ashok who offers his family jewels to Daulatram so that Nikki's marriage can take place. Daulatram's eyes open and he calls off the wedding and marries Nikki to Ashok. The truth about Janki/ Mohini also comes out and now that both the groups have shed their prejudices Anand marries Janki.

Cast

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  • Vyjayanthimala as Janaki Subramaniam and Mohini. Upperstall.com review, "Vyjayanthimala proves to be the perfect foil for Kishore Kumar[...]has always had the mandatory dance sequence in practically every film of hers evoking 'classical art' associations. She excels in the two main dances in New Delhi - the solo Bharatnatayam Aliruppu number and the Bhangra folk dance in her Punjabi avtaar and she is absolutely brilliant in the Bhangra folk dance[...]in her second avtar even Vyjayanthimala played a Punjabi girl and most successfully too".
  • Kishore Kumar as Anand D. Khanna and Anandkumar Swami. Upperstall.com review, "KKishore Kumar is in full form and carries the film on his shoulders. His comic timing is spot on and he is as energetic as ever. The traditional concept of a comedian has always been one of lowly stature, that of a sidekick. It was Kishore Kumar who successfully became Hindi cinema's comic hero whose popularity relied primarily on his comic talents. Add to that his phenomenal acting talent and amazing singing voice and you have a performer who bordered on the genius".
  • Jabeen Jalil as Nirmala 'Nikki' D. Khanna. Upperstall.com review, "Jabeen Jalil as Kishore Kumar's sister, Nikki is a big no-no coming up woefully short in both the looks and histrionic departments".
  • Nana Palsikar as Subramaniam. Upperstall.com review, "The lead duo are ably supported by Nana Palsikar".
  • Nazir Hussain as Lala Daulatram Khanna. Upperstall.com review, "Palsikar from Maharashtra played a Tamilian[...]and most successfully too".

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    Other cast members include:

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  • Prabhu Dayal as Ashok Bannerji
  • Dhumal as Kumar Swami
  • Brahm Bhardwaj as Daulatram's friend
  • Mumtaz Begum as Daulatram's wife
  • Mirza Musharraf as Daulatram's friend
  • Radhakrishan as Sadhuram
  • Shivraj as Chunilal
  • Soundtrack

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    The film's soundtrack was composed by Shankar Jaikishan duo while the lyrics was provide by Hasrat Jaipuri and Shailendra. All the songs in this film become very successful.

    Box office

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    At the end of its theatrical run, the film grossed around 1,45,00,000 and nett grossed of 75,00,000, thus becomes the sixth highest grossing film of 1956 with verdict hit.

    References

    New Delhi (1956 film) Wikipedia
    New Delhi (1956 film) IMDb New Delhi (1956 film) themoviedb.org


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