Anamika - D/MOCE 4188 - (Condition 80-85%) - Odeon First Pressing - Cover Reprinted - LP Record

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Anamika - D/MOCE 4188 - (Condition 80-85%) - Odeon First Pressing - Cover Reprinted - LP Record

Anamika (Hindi: Ã Â¤Â…नामिका) is a 1973 Hindi film made in India and directed by Raghunath Jalani. It is a romantic, suspense film with memorable songs by composer R.D. Burman and lyricist Majrooh Sultanpuri, such as "Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si", sung by Kishore Kumar, "Aaj Ki Raat" by Asha Bhosle and "Bahon Mein Chale Aao", sung by Lata Mangeshkar.The musical instrument duggi was played by Homi Mullan for the song "Bahaon Mein Chale Aao".[1]This film is unrelated to the 2008 film Anamika, starring Dino Morea.[2] The movie was remade in Telugu in 1977 as Kalpana.Devendra Dutt (Sanjeev Kumar) is a famous writer and a misogynist. One night, while returning from a meeting, he sees a young woman thrown out of a moving car. His uncle insists they take her home and get her medical attention. He hesitatingly agrees and takes her to their home.Next morning, the young woman (Jaya Bhaduri) regains consciousness, but is suffering from amnesia. She can't remember anything except that she is married to Devendra. She can't remember anything from her past - not even her name except that she is Mrs. Dutt. Everyone tries to convince her otherwise, but she insists she is in her own home. Seeing her fragile state, Devendra and his uncle decide to let her stay until someone comes for her. They call her Anamika (meaning a woman with no name).They post an advertisement for her in the newspaper, but receive no response. Meanwhile, Devendra slowly grows close to her and secretly wishes that she would stay forever. On his uncle's suggestion, Devendra takes her to Shimla on holiday to further help her fragile recovery. There, he sees Anamika's photo in a studio and on further inquiry comes to know that she is the wife of a businessman. Though heartbroken by the realization that she is married, he goes to meet the businessman. Here, he is shocked to learn that Anamika isn't the businessman's wife, but his employee/escort who accompanied him on his holiday to Shimla the previous year. Being already dumped by a former fiancée, Devendra believes that Anamika, like all women, is immoral and after his money and throws her out of his house.He later meets her at a ceremony where she is introduced to him as Mrs. Kashyap. Confused, Devendra requests her to tell him the truth. She narrates her past in flashback - an ardent fan of Devendra's novels, she was infatuated with him while in college. However, incessantly pursued by her classmate Naresh, and helpless by her poverty, which is worsened by her mother's ill-health, she finally agrees to marriage. On her wedding night, she learns that she is married to Naresh's brother, who deserts her the same night believing himself undeserving of Anamika. Naresh now takes advantage of his brother's absence and continues to harass her. She escapes from the house and joins a modeling company. There, her boss tries to take advantage of her and when she resists, he blames her for the incident. She quits her job and Rubai (Helen), who had recommended her to the modeling job, outwardly sympathizes with her and puts her up in what she claims is a working women's hostel. A few days later, Anamika gets arrested with the rest of the girls in a police raid, which is when she realizes she had been staying at a brothel. But she is later released, based on the testimony of the other inmates and her own statement against Rubai. Rubai tries to exact revenge on Anamika for this and sends her goons to kill her. While attempting to escape the goons, Anamika jumps out of a moving car on the night that Devendra finds her. Anamika tells Devendra that when she regained her consciousness and discovered that she was at her favorite author's house, she decided to stay, come what may. After listening all this, Devendra reconciles with her and fights away Naresh, who tries to harass her.

Record Details

Title

Anamika - D/MOCE 4188

Star Cast

Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya Bachchan, Ramesh Behl, Achla Sachdev, Narendra Nath, Iftekhar, Asrani, A K Hangal, Helen, Baby Pinky, Meena T, Indu Shivraj, Yunus Parvez, Raja Duggal, Shiraz Moti, Chandrashekhar, Rajendra Nath, Ashoo, Raj Narayan, Amarjeet, Rajendra Singh, Kamal, Ratna, Monto, Prabhakar, Aslam, Raj Kishore & H Prakash

Director

Raghunath Jhalani

Producer

Tahir Hussain

Music

Rahul Dev Burman

Lyrics

Majrooh Sultanpuri

Singar

Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar & Lata Mangeshkar

Releasing Year

1973

Genre

Original Soundtrack

Language

Hindi

Label

Odeon First Pressing

Made In

India

Manufacture

The Gramophone Company Of India Limited

Serial No.

D/MOCE 4188

Side One

  • Baahon Men Chale Aao

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Aaj Ki Raat

Asha Bhosle

  • Jaoon To Kahan Jaoon

Asha Bhosle

Side Two

  • Logo Na Maro Ise

Asha Bhosle

  • Meri Bhigi Bhigi si

Kishore Kumar

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

80-85%

Cover Condition

Excellent (Reprinted)

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