…ok..ok…okey…the journey is on…so the love is on…the saga of Guru Dutt provides us the best ever movies which were made before their respective ages. The new bollywood has the ideas inspired by the legends like V.Shantaram, Raj Kapoor,Guru Dutt etc. Guru dutt and V.Shantaram had innovative use of lightings,shadows and water colors,specifically in case of V.Shantaram.
so details are for ever but this time is for the story….and my wife is again yelling!!! so..enjoy the movie…Mr. and Mrs.55….
|Mr. & Mrs. ’55|
|Directed by||Guru Dutt|
|Produced by||Guru Dutt|
|Written by||Abrar Alvi|
|Music by||O. P Nayyer (music director)
Majrooh Sultanpuri (lyricist)
|Distributed by||Ultra Distributors Pvt. Ltd.|
|Running time||157 min|
.Preetam (Guru Dutt), a struggling cartoonist, meets Anita (Madhubala) at a tennis match, where she is watching her favorite tennis star. Anita, a wealthy and westernized heiress is controlled by her feminist aunt, Sita Devi (Lalita Pawar). Sita is suspicious of men, and cultivates her attitudes in Anita. However, to receive her fortune, her father’s will decrees that Anita must marry within one month of turning 21. Sita Devi doesn’t agree with this, and tries to set Anita up with a sham marriage which will soon lead to divorce, thereby giving her both freedom and a fortune. Sita hires Preetam to marry Anita, but doesn’t know that the pair have already met. Preetam is kept from Anita after their marriage, but he kidnaps her and takes her to the traditional house of his brother.
While at the house, Anita befriends Preetam’s sister-in-law, and begins to see the merit in becoming a traditional Indian wife. Preetam is worried that he has lost Anita, and expedites their divorce by providing false, incrimiating evidence to the court. Preetam then leaves Bombay, heartbroken. Anita now recognizes her feelings for Preetam and rushes to meet him at the airport. In the end, the couple is reunited.
Other important details attached with Movie…
- Cartoons in the movie are drawn by famous cartoonist R. K. Laxman.
- Both of the film’s leading stars Guru Dutt and Madhubala died at a relatively young age in the 1960s. Guru Dutt committed suicide in 1964 at the age of thirty-nine. Madhubala died four years later in 1969 of a heart ailment at the age of 36.
…………..hammmmmm…going to sleep…bye..good night…stay with my journey…