|Directed by||R. C. Talwar|
|Produced by||R. C. Talwar|
|Written by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Screenplay by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Story by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Music by||Sajjad Hussain|
Talwar Films Ltd.
|Distributed by||Talwar Films Ltd.|
|Box office||est. ₹0.9 crore (est. ₹94 crore as of 2016)|
Sangdil (transl. Stone-hearted) is a 1952 film directed by R. C. Talwar. The film is an adaptation of the 1847 Charlotte Brontë classic novel Jane Eyre. The film stars Dilip Kumar, Madhubala and Leela Chitnis. The film's music is by Sajjad Hussain and film song lyrics by Rajinder Krishan.
Sangdil was theatrically released on 28 November 1952 and became a commercial success. It was Dilip Kumar and Madhubala's second film together after Ram Daryani's Tarana (1951).
Shankar (Dilip Kumar) and Kamla (Madhubala) are childhood sweethearts who are unfortunately separated at a young age. They meet years later and rekindle their romance, but Shankar has a lot of dark secrets. When they are about to be married, a man shows up and confronts Shankar about his "wife", and asks him how he can marry again and cheat his first "wife".
It is then revealed that Shankar's mother, in a bout of greed, tricked him into "marrying" a mentally challenged rich woman. The insane woman is kept locked up in a dungeon. Kamal is hurt that Shankar hid all this from her and goes back to her village, despite Shankar's desperate pleas for her to stay with him. The lovers are heartbroken without each other.
Finally, when she returns to Shankar, Kamla finds out that his entire mansion was accidentally burned by the insane woman, who herself was a victim in the fire accident. She goes in search of Shankar, but realises that he was blinded in the fire. However, they declare their love for each other and are happily united .
- Dilip Kumar as Shankar
- Madhubala as Kamla
- Shammi as Mohini
- Leela Chitnis as Dhaayi Maa
- Pratima Devi as Badi Maa
- Surendra Jr. as Young Shankar
- 'Baby' Roshini as Young Kamla
- Amir Banoo as Shankar's Mother
- H. Parkash
- Dara Singh
- Kuldip Kaur [Guest Appearance]
- Anwar Hussain [Guest Appearance]
- "Ye Hawa Ye Raat Ye Chandni"- Talat Mahmood
- "Dil Me Sama Gaye Sajjan"- Talat Mahmood, Lata Mangeshkar
- "Dharati Se Dur Gore Baadalon Ke Paar"- Asha Bhosle, Geeta Dutt
- "Le Chal Waha Piya Jahan Tera Mera Jiya"- Shamshad Begum
- "Darshan Pyaasi Aai Daasi"- Geeta Dutt
- "Woh To Chale Gaye Ai Dil Yaad Se Unaki Pyaar Kar"- Lata Mangeshkar
- "Dard Bhari Kisi Ki Yaad"- Asha Bhosle
- "Kahan Ho Kahan Mere Jiwan Sahaare"- Talat Mahmood
Sangdil was the seventh highest-grossing film of 1952. It grossed ₹0.9 crore, including a nett of ₹0.45 crore. Adjusted for inflation, its gross was equivalent to ₹94 crore in 2016. Box Office India declared it a semi-hit.
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