Filmmaker Nitin Bose Death Anniversary


Today is Filmmaker Nitin Bose Death Anniversary. Let’s talk about Nitin Bose in the day’s post. Born on April 26, 1897 in Calcutta (Kolkata now); he expired on April 14, 1986, in the same city. This Bengali-Hindi movie director, screenwriter-cum-cinematographer was initially associated with New Theaters in the 1930s and early 1940s and joined Bombay Talkies and Filmistan later, post shifting to Bombay (Mumbai now). He gave Indian cinema a first when his movies, first Bengali – Bhagya Chakra (1935) – and then its Hindi remake – Dhoop Chhaon (1935) – became these movies used playback singing for the first time. Ganga-Jamuna (1961) is his most well-known movie.

Filmmaker Nitin Bose Death Anniversary

Aaya ghir ke aaya kaise baadal chhaya… Daaku Mansoor (1934)

Tadpat beete din rain… Chandidas (1934)

Ik rajeka udnewala ghoda… President (1937)

Kaheko raar machayi… Lagan (1941)

Jisne banadi bansuri… Milan (1946)

Bolri kathputhli… Kathputhli (1957)

Na manoo na manoo na manoore… Ganga-Jamuna (1961)

Chhalia re Chhalia… Ganga-Jamuna (1961)

Tumne ankhonse pee ho toh… Nartaki (1963)


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