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Aar-Paar
File:Aarpaar.jpg
Directed byGuru Dutt
Produced byGuru Dutt
Written byAbrar Alvi
Screenplay byNabendu Ghosh
StarringShyama
Guru Dutt
Jagdish Sethi
Johnny Walker
Shakila
Jagdeep
Music byO. P. Nayyar
CinematographyV. K. Murthy
Edited byY. G. Chawhan
Production
company
Distributed byGuru Dutt Productions
Release date
9 July 1954
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi, Urdu

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Aar-Paar (English: This or That) is a 1954 Indian noir-comedy Hindi-language film. Directed by Guru Dutt, it has music by O.P. Nayyar and lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. A light-hearted film (unlike those of Dutt's later years), Aar-Paar stars Johnny Walker, Shyama, Shakila, Jagdeep, Jagdish Sethi.

Raj Khosla and Atma Ram, Guru Dutt's brother assisted Guru Dutt in film direction.[1]

Plot[edit]

Kalu is a migrant taxi-driver in Mumbai.[2] He has two women who love him and would like to marry him. Kalu first wants to establish himself and become rich, before he can even think of marriage.

Cast[edit]

  • Shyama as Nikki
  • Guru Dutt as Kalu
  • Jagdish Sethi as Lalaji
  • Johny Walker as Rustom
  • Jagdeep as Elaichi Sandow
  • Shakila as Dancer (Captain's Moll)
  • Bir Sakhuja as Captain
  • Rajinder
  • Ameer Banu as Kalu's Jiji
  • Rasheed as Taxi Owner
  • M.A.Lateef
  • Kum Kum as Construction worker (uncredited)
  • Noor as Rustom's girlfriend (uncredited)
  • Tun Tun as Rustom's girlfriend's mom (uncredited)

Songs[edit]

All songs composed by O.P. Nayyar, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri

Song Singer(s)
"Sun Sun Sun Sun Zaalima" Geeta Dutt and Mohammed Rafi
"Ja Ja Ja Ja Bewafa" Geeta Dutt
"Babuji Dheere Chalna" Geeta Dutt
"Ye Lo Main Haari Piya" Geeta Dutt
"Hoon Abhi Main Jawaan Aye Dil" Geeta Dutt
"Mohabat Karlo Ji Barlo" Geeta Dutt, Mohammed Rafi, and Suman Kalyanpur
"Na Na Na Na Na Na Tauba Tauba" Geeta Dutt and Mohammed Rafi
"Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar" Shamshad Begum

In popular culture[edit]

Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar was sampled by Raghav in Can't Get Enough from his debut album Storyteller (2004)

References[edit]

  1. Dinesh Raheja (5 June 2003). "Aar Paar: A noir comedy". Rediff.com movies. Retrieved 2015-05-25.
  2. "Changing face of Mumbai in Hindi cinema". The Times of India. Retrieved 2015-05-25.

External links[edit]



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