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Cast: Bhagwan, Geeta Bali, Pratima Devi, Bimla Kumari, Sunder, Badri Prasad
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, C Ramachandra
Lyricists: Rajindra Krishan
Music Director(s): C Ramachandra
Movie Director(s): Bhagwan
Movie Producer(s): Bhagwan
Dheere Sa Aaja Ankhiyan Mein
by
Lata Mangeshkar
Bholi Surat Dil Ke Khote Naam Bade Aur Darshan Chhote
by Chitalkar Ramchandra,
Lata Mangeshkar
Shola Jo Bhadke Dil Mera Dhadke
by
Lata Mangeshkar, Chitalkar Ramchandra
Shaam Dhale Khidaki Tale Tum Siti Bajaanaa Chhod Do
by Chitalkar Ramchandra,
Lata Mangeshkar
Dhire Se Aaja Ri Ankhiyan Me
by
Lata Mangeshkar, Chitalkar Ramchandra
Kabhi Kali Ratiya Kabhi Din Suhane
by Chitalkar Ramchandra
Mehfil Me Mere Kaun Yeh Diwana Aa Gaya
by
Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
Balam Bada Nadaan
by
Lata Mangeshkar
Mere Dil Kee Ghadi Kare Tik Tik Tik
by
Lata Mangeshkar, Chitalkar Ramchandra
Deewana Ye Parwana
by
Lata Mangeshkar, Chitalkar Ramchandra
Dil Dhadke Nazar Sharmaye
by
Lata Mangeshkar
Hasino Se Mohabbat Kaa
by Chitalkar Ramchandra

This month points the birth centennial of entertainer chief Bhagwan Abhaji Palav, all the more famously known as Master Bhagwan or Bhagwan Dada. Throughout the long term, many film sweethearts have decided to give him the sobriquet ‘one-film wonder’. In any case, a gander at only a portion of his achievements in a multi decade-in addition to profession would drive us to have a reconsider. He was seemingly the primary Indian producer to have made a film, Vanamohini, with an elephant in a lead job; the first to have made a thriller, Bhedi Bangla and among the first to have made comic-entertainer being-the-saint story adequate. In any case, the innovation he is generally respected for is an interesting type of dance that would proceed to motivate numerous stars – among them the greatest of all, Amitabh Bachchan.

Bhagwan, in contrast to his name, had a natural persona. Brought into the world in a group of unassuming methods, he was chomped by the film bug from the get-go in his life. An admirer of quiet film star Master Vittal, he acted in some quiet movies himself. In any case, the movie that would acquire him distinction just as end up being a burden was a sobriquet which added his abilities as entertainer chief the best: Albela.

It was 1951. Four years into India’s freedom, Nehruvian vision was noticeable all around. Some of it focused on onto Hindi film. Raj Kapoor thought of the year’s greatest hit Awara, making, with the assistance of Khwaja Ahmed Abbas, a lead-character picture of the great hearted tramp – a la Charlie Chaplin. Master Dutt made his first time at the helm with the noir-spine chiller Baazi, with his companion Dev Anand – playing a card shark – leading the pack. That was the year’s second-greatest hit.

In spite of the fact that the two movies had the key hero being a declasse, there was sure ‘pretend’ to it, a specific verisimilitude.

Be that as it may, Albela’s lead character, Pyarelal, was a romanticized rendition of Bhagwan Dada’s genuine self. Aspiring, needing to turn into an entertainer, becoming famous in the business – these were a lot of a piece of his initial vocation. Having a maturing yet naive physiognomy, Pyare tenderly influenced to the tunes of C Ramachandra in Albela.

His persona was everything except camera-ready. Minute and heavy, he made no cases of being a smooth. Be that as it may, his delicate — to the reason behind being lethargic — and unmistakably un-traditional way of moving enthralled the crowds. So did his avuncular quirks, his relatable comic planning and his never-say-pass on soul.

Rather than shringaar or veer rasas, his moderate moving style was sprinkled with shades of haasya rasa (parody) and an inferred shok rasa (misfortune), granting a specific Chaplinesque sentiment to his humor.

He envisioned professionally

Albela – a cheerful individual, a wastrel, an innocent craftsman, a capable entertainer – these are the properties that would proceed to characterize him in his vocation. The film was one might say a bellwether, a harbinger for what lay available for Bhagwan.

All through the movie – starting with a tune, shama ne pukara to parvana aa gayaa, and finishing with another, shola jo bhadke dil mera dhadke- – there is a feeling of the chief submerging himself into a bunch of dreams and living them. The shows are Pyare’s fantasies and he easily bounces from one to the next, on account of some immortal music by C. Ramachandra and singing by Lata Mangeshkar. Indeed, even the young lady he envisions working with in his fantasies is the one he embraces in genuine. These fantasies are scattered with the film’s story, so Albela is somewhat of a melody as a film, a melodic in evident sense.

Bhagwan Dada, all things considered, was a lot of the dolt depicted. Pyare – and through him Bhagwan – perceives in the film that his notoriety would be brief. Was Bhagwan having a hunch here? The play organized at the end in Albela imparted it’s anything but a debacle Bhagwan would proceed to coordinate later, Jhamela.

Despite the fact that movies like Bhagam Bhag had some achievement, he never recuperated from the Albela high and the post-Albela low. Notwithstanding, the man he enlivened with his moving, Amitabh Bachchan, in whose effective vocation his moving had no little influence, never avoided crediting him. Govinda as well, utilized the style, attempting to utilize the film name also – his 2001 Albela, however, was a sorry achievement.

Bhagwan finished his vocation similarly as he started it – in penury however with no second thoughts. In one of his last meetings, he said ” sabko maaf kar diya”.

Following his prosperity as third-greatest hit of 1951, Albela, an all around educated cinephile-companion Divya Solgama said, was a much greater hit in its subsequent run. In any case, Bhagwan Dada didn’t have as much accomplishment with his subsequent innings, where he was diminished to showing up, playing a cartoon of its Albela self.

I risked across a two-volume account Hero, by culture author Ashok Raj whose initial segment has reference to Hindi film’s high contrast saints. Bhagwan ends up referenced in only three spots, including one under the class, ‘super comedians’ propelled by Chaplin. Bhagwan was not a ‘legend’ in the ordinary sense; he didn’t have any ‘superhit’ separated from Albela; he didn’t having any ‘star power’. Maybe, he was too heterodox to be in any way contained in the term ‘legend’.

In any case, he is unquestionably the subject of a biopic, being made in Hindi. Coordinated by debutant Niranjan Patvardhan, who has done aide bearing for Madhur Bhandarkar’s movies, it was dispatched last year and is set to deliver at some point this year, the birth centennial of the late entertainer. The group behind the film says that the film would be on Bhagwan Dada’s initial life covering the period of quiet movies and early time of talkies, finishing in 1951. The name of the film?… Albela.

Albela is a Hindi Movie released in the year 1951. It has a star cast of Bhagwan, Geeta Bali, Pratima Devi, Bimla Kumari, Sunder, Badri Prasad. It’s Music Album was composed by C Ramachandra. The movie was directed by Bhagwan. The songs were sung by singers such as Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, C Ramachandra. The lyrics of the songs from the Albela were penned by artists such as Rajindra Krishan. , To view the song lyrics and details visit the links below.

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1. For any Movie, you can search in google the movie name with lyrics , or the song name with lyrics as keyword.
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Click the link of the Song you want to know about, which will take you to the Song Post.
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5.For the lyrics for the songs, If we could find them, we would have added them for each songs. You can just view them below the youtube emmbed or direct links for the youtube song.

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