Jwar Bhata (1944 film)

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Jwar Bhata is a 1944 black and white Indian drama film directed by Amiya Chakravarty.wikipedia
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Dilip Kumar

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It marked the debut of Dilip Kumar, who went on to become one of the most famous actors in Bollywood.
Kumar debuted as an actor in the film Jwar Bhata (1944), produced by Bombay Talkies.

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Jwar Bhata is a 1944 black and white Indian drama film directed by Amiya Chakravarty.

Amiya Chakravarty (director)

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Jwar Bhata is a 1944 black and white Indian drama film directed by Amiya Chakravarty.
Chakravarty is also credited along with Devika Rani for discovering Dilip Kumar, whom he gave his first break in 1944 film Jwar Bhata (1944 film).Chakravarty also produced and directed Daag (1952 film) in 1952 for which Dilip Kumar won his first ever Filmfare Award for Best Actor.

Shamim Bano

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The film also featured Mridula Rani, Shamim Bano, Agha, Vikram Kapoor, K. N. Singh, Khalil, and Mumtaz Ali.
Shamim Bano (also commonly termed 'Shamim', or more formally 'Shamim Bano Begum') (1914-1984), an early film actress of Indian and Pakistani cinema, who starred alongside Dilip Kumar in his debut film Jwar Bhata (1944 film).

Bombay Talkies

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It was produced by Bombay Talkies.
1944: Dilip Kumar's first movie Jwar Bhata is released.

Anil Biswas (composer)

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The music director was Anil Biswas.
In following years he gave scores for Bombay Talkies films like Jwar Bhata (1944), Dilip Kumar’s debut film, and Milan (1946) also starring Dilip Kumar and directed by Nitin Bose, who made it in Bengali, as Naukadubi.

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Jwar Bhata is a 1944 black and white Indian drama film directed by Amiya Chakravarty.

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Jwar Bhata is a 1944 black and white Indian drama film directed by Amiya Chakravarty.

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It marked the debut of Dilip Kumar, who went on to become one of the most famous actors in Bollywood.

Agha (actor)

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The film also featured Mridula Rani, Shamim Bano, Agha, Vikram Kapoor, K. N. Singh, Khalil, and Mumtaz Ali.

K. N. Singh

The film also featured Mridula Rani, Shamim Bano, Agha, Vikram Kapoor, K. N. Singh, Khalil, and Mumtaz Ali.

Mumtaz Ali

The film also featured Mridula Rani, Shamim Bano, Agha, Vikram Kapoor, K. N. Singh, Khalil, and Mumtaz Ali.

Parul Ghosh

Films in which she featured include Jwar Bhata, Milan, Hamaari Baat and Namaste.

Jwar Bhata

Jwar Bhata (1944 film), directed by Amiya Chakraborty

Chandralekha (1948 film)

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"Sanjh Ki Bela", from the Hindi soundtrack, is loosely based on "Sanjh Ki Bela Panchhi Akela" from Jwar Bhata (1944).

Dadasaheb Phalke Award

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Milan (1946 film)

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Dilip Kumar who started his career with Jwar Bhata in (1944), had his acting groomed by Nitin Bose in this film.

Devika Rani

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She handpicked newcomer Dilip Kumar for a role in Jwar Bhata (1944), produced by her on behalf of the studio.