Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi_VCD_Lata's First Film as Music Dir

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CAST:- Chandrakant , Damu Anna Malvankar , Ramesh Dev , Ratnamala , Leela Gandhi , Kusum Deshpande 
Director: 	Dinkar D. Patil
Music Director: Lata Mangeshkar
Lyrics by P. Savalaram, Shante Sheike
Playback Singers:- Sakal, Meena Mangeshkar, Ramchandra Chitalkar C Ramchandra, Lata Mangeshkar

Songs are included i MP3s
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 00. Title Music and Screen Credits_Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 01. Mazya Shetath Sonachi Pi Kata, Meena Mangeshkar, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 02. Tu Gupit Kunala Sangoo Nako, Lata Mangeshkar, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 04. Maher Sodun Aalen Sasarin, Lata Mangeshkar, Shante Shelke, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 05. Song Unknown, Lata Mangeshkar, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 06. Song Unknown, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 07. Bara gava majhya sathi jhurati, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar
Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) Marathi 08. Shapath Dudhachi, Lata Mangeshkar,, P.Savalaram, Lata Mangeshkar

MINI PROFILE On Lata Mangeshkar Achievements
Prolific megastar playback singer central to Hindi film music for the past four decades. Allegedly recorded over 25000 songs in 14 Indian languages, although Nerurkar’s compilation (1989) lists a total of 5066 Hindi songs between 1946 and 1989, which should be the bulk of her output. Born in Indore, MP. Daughter of noted Sangeet Natak actor-singer, Dinanath Mangeshkar, started as a child actress in Master Vinayak films. Sang her first song in Vasant Joglekar’s Marathi film Kiti Hasaal (1942), but the song was dropped, making her real début with Joglekar’s Aap Ki Sewa Mein (1947). Came to prominence with Ghulam Haider’s score in Majboor (1948). Worked with all leading music directors, including Anil Biswas, Naushad, Shankar-Jaikishen and C. Ramchandra. Occasionaly composed for Marathi films, starting with Dinkar D. Patil’s Ram Ram Pahuna (1950) and then, under the pseudonym Anandaghan, only for Bhalji Pendharkar (Mohityanchi Manjula, 1963; Maratha Tituka Melavava, 1964; Sadhi Manse, 1965; Tambdi Mati, 1969). Turned producer with the Marathi films Vadal and Jhanjhar (both 1953), Kanchan (1955) and Lekin ... (1990). Since the 50s, possibly following Bhai Bhai (1956), she perfected her apparently effortless, high-pitched voice projection, usually in C sharp, a technique said to overcome the crude sound reproduction on rickety gramophones and in suburban and rural cinemas. Until the late 80s, recorded about 2 songs a day, featuring in almost every Hindi and most other language films. The major Khayal performer, Neela Bhagwat, commented that Mangeshkar’s performances regrettably became the norm for the Indian middle-class notion of feminine beauty in music. Kumar Shahani suggested that only she could have sung the difficult Ektaal-based song, Sangh so javo in his Tarang (1984). She appeared as actress in Pahili Mangalagaur (1942), Mazhe Bal and Chimukla Sansar (1943), Gajabhau (1944), Badi Maa (1945), Jeevan Yatra and Subhadra (both 1946), Mandir (1948) and Chhatrapati Shivaji (1952)

1950 122’ b&w Marathi d/s Dinkar D. Patil pc Uday Kala Chitra lyr P. Sawalram, Shanta Shelke c Shankar Savekar m Lata Mangeshkar lp Damuanna Malvankar, Chandrakant, Baburao Athane, Ratnamala, Kusum Deshpande, Madhu Bhosle, Shakuntala Bhome, Susheela Devi, Kusum Sukhtankar

The first solo film by Maharashtra’s best-known exponent of the ‘gramin chitrapat’ genre set in a Maharashtrian village frontier area evoking the Western genre. This melodrama, more intimate than some of Patil’s later work, features good elder brother Shripati who sends younger brother Jaisingh to his uncle to study English. The wily uncle encourages Jaisingh’s affair with his daughter, and she becomes pregnant. Shripati arranges for the two to marry, but the uncle causes a rift between the brothers, causing Shripati and his wife to be evicted from their own home. Jaisingh falls prey to several vices while his uncle takes over the family property, but eventually he makes up with his brother. Lata Mangeshkar, making her debut as composer, scored some melodious tunes, esp. Bara gava majhya sathi jhurati. 

SYNOPSIS:- Ram Ram Pahuna (1950)
Dinkar D. Patil directs this melodramatic yarn set in a Maharashtrian frontier, recalling the American Western. The film opens with the levelheaded Shripati sending his younger brother Jaising to his relative's house to study English. While staying in his uncle's rural abode, Jaising has a couple roles in the hay with his beautiful cousin -- a coupling deftly orchestrated by the conniving uncle. When his daughter becomes pregnant, Shripati arranges for the two young lovers to marry. Then the uncle's Machiavellian shenanigans shifts into high gear: he creates a rift between the two brothers, eventually resulting in Shripati and his wife getting kicked off their land.


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-1
Video Bitrate: 1119 kbps
Video Resolution: 352x288
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Audio Codec:  MPEG-1 Layer 2
Audio Bitrate: 224kb/s CBR 44100 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Marathi
RunTime: 1:10:57
Subtitles: NONE
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Duration: 1:10:57
AVSEQ01.DAT 367.852 MB
AVSEQ02.DAT 492.756 MB
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