Chor Bazar, 1954
Director: P.N. Arora
Music Director: Sardar Malik
Lyrics: Shakeel Badayuni
Playback: Lata Mangeshkar, Shamshad Begum, Talat Mahmood
Choreography: Surya Kumar
Cast: Shammi Kapoor, Sumitra Devi, Chitra, Om Prakash, Kammo, Amar, Cuckoo, Ram Avtar, Jagdish Kamal
English translation supplied. It’s a bit crude, although. IMDB says this concerning the movie:
A noble man asks his troopers to convey a person reliable sufficient to commit a criminal offense. The troopers go to the Chor Bazar, the place they discover a beggar-cum-thief, Yusuf Ustad, and convey him earlier than the noble man. The noble man asks Yusuf to abduct and kill the kid, who would be the future king. Greedy Yusuf accepts the provide, however is unable to kill the cherubic youngster, and finally ends up abducting him, leaving proof in blood to point out that the kid has been killed. The younger prince is thus introduced on to the streets of this Chor Bazar the place he’ll develop up, and be destined to spend the remainder of his life as a thief and beggar.
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