Dillagi 1949 Movie Lifetime Worldwide Collection

Dillagi (1949) Bollywood Movie Lifetime Worldwide Box Office Earning and Budget

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Dillagi

Dillagi is 1949 Indian Bollywood (Hindi Language) Romantic Tragedy film. Dillagi is directed by Abdur Rashid Kardar and produced by Abdur Rashid Kardar and the story is written by Azm Bazidpuri. Its star cast are Suraiya & Shyam in the lead roles. The story idea was taken from American romantic period drama film "Wuthering Heights", released in 1939. Film did very well at Indian box office and also recovered its total budget and made very good amount of profit. It was the fourth highest grossing Indian film of 1949.


Cast Characters:

Suraiya: Mala
Shyam SunderSwaroop
Sham KumarJyoti
Amir Bano: Shankari
Agha Mehraj: Biharilal (Father of Mala)
Ghulam Hasan: Brother of Swaroop
Shyama: Paro
Gulzar: Mother of Swaroop
M.A. Shah: Father of Swaroop


Directed By: Abdur Rashid Kardar

Produced by: Abdur Rashid Kardar

Written By: Azm Bazidpuri

Cast: Suraiya, Shyam Sunder, Sham Kumar, Amir Bano, Agha Mehraj, Ghulam Hasan, Shyama, Gulzar, M.A. Shah & Sharda

Genre: Romantic Tragedy

Release Date: 1949 (N/A)

Certification: U

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars

Production Company / Banner: Kardar Productions

Distributors: Kardar Productions

Running Time / Duration: 1 Hour 56 Minutes (116 Minutes)

Budget: ₹0.30 Cr Estimate

Box Office Verdict: Hit



Collection Summary:

India's Lifetime Net Collection: ₹0.60 Cr

India's Lifetime Gross Collection: ₹1.10 Cr


Song Summary:

The film has total 12 songs in the album and all the music are composed by Naushad Ali and the songs are written by Shakeel Badayuni. Songs are sung by Shyam, Geeta Dutt, Mohammed Rafi, Suraiya, Uma Devi & Shamshad Begum.
  1. "Tu Mera Chand Main Teri Chandni - Sad Version" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Shyam & Geeta Dutt
  2. "Is Duniya Mein Dil Ka Lagana Khel Nahin" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Mohammed Rafi
  3. "Murliwale Murli Baja" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  4. "Char Din Ki Chandni Thi Phir Andheri Raat Hai" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  5. "Duniya Kya Jaane" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  6. "Nirala Mohabbat Ka Dastur Dekha" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  7. "Tera Khayal Dil Se Bhulaya Na Jayega" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  8. "Le Ke Dil Chupke Se Kiya Majboor" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Suraiya
  9. "Tu Mera Chand Main Ter Chandni" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Shyam & Suraiya
  10. "Tere Koche Mein Armaano Ki Duniya" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Mohammed Rafi
  11. "De Dhil De Dhil O Ree Sakhi" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Uma Devi & Shamshad Begum
  12. "Zalim Jamana Mujh Ko" - Composed by Naushad Ali, Written by Shakeel Badayuni and Sung by Shyam & Suraiya
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