Jhumroo

Jhumroo is a 1961 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Shankar Mukherjee. It stars Kishore Kumar and Madhubala. The screenplay is written by Madhusudan Kalekar, dialogue by Vrajendra Gaud and story by Kishore Kumar.[1] The soundtrack included singers such as Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar and Usha Mangeshkar.[2]

Jhumroo
Directed byShankar Mukherjee
Screenplay byVrajendra Gaud
Story byKishore Kumar
StarringKishore Kumar
Madhubala
Music byKishore Kumar
Production
company
K. S. Films[1]
Release date
1961
Running time
171 minutes[1]
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Plot

Jhumroo, a tribal, falls in love with Anjana, a wealthy woman, but her father disapproves of the match. It turns out that Jhumroo's foster mother is the real mother of Anjana, who is born out of wedlock and her father's best friend, whom her father had duped, is the real father of Jhumroo.

Cast

Soundtrack

The soundtrack was composed by Kishore Kumar. The music was arranged by S.D. Burman's musical band. The song "Koi Humdum Na Raha" was a cover of the song of the same name, composed by Saraswati Devi for Jeevan Naiya (1936).[4]

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Main Hoon Jhumroo"Kishore Kumar 
2."Babu Aana Sunte Jana"Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle & Chorus 
3."Jhoome Re Jhoome"Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle 
4."Babaloo Babaloo Ba Ba"Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle 
5."Aaja Too Aaja Aji Na"Kishore Kumar, Usha Mangeshkar & Chorus 
6."Ruk Ruk Thum Thum"Asha Bhosle 
7."Koi Humdum Na Raha"Kishore Kumar 
8."Thandi Hawa Ye Chandni Suhani"Kishore Kumar 
9."Matwale Hum Matwale Tum"Kishore Kumar 
10."Ae Bhola Bhala Man Mera"Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle 
11."Ge Ge Geli Jara Timbaktu Kathmandu"Kishore Kumar & Chorus 

References

  1. Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (1998) [1994]. Encyclopaedia of Indian Cinema (PDF). Oxford University Press. p. 368. ISBN 0-19-563579-5.
  2. Bhattacharjee, Rudradeep (13 October 2017). "The alternative Kishore Kumar playlist that is just as good as his most popular songs". Scroll.in. Retrieved 14 April 2018.
  3. Flegler, Joel (2009). Fanfare. J. Flegler. p. 363.
  4. Mudgal, Shubha (18 October 2013). "Song of a woman". Mint. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
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