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Alam Ara 1931 Movie Free 33

Alam Ara 1931 Movie Free 33

Alam Ara is a historical fantasy film that was released in 1931 and is considered to be the first sound film in India. It was directed and produced by Ardeshir Irani, who was inspired by the American part-talkie Show Boat. The film was based on a Parsi play of the same name written by Joseph David. The film starred Master Vithal, Zubeida, Prithviraj Kapoor, and Muhammad Wazir Khan in the lead roles.


The film tells the story of a king and his two wives, Navbahaar and Dilbahaar, who are childless. A fakir predicts that Navbahaar will give birth to a son, Qamar, but he will die on his 18th birthday unless she finds a necklace tied around a fish's neck. Meanwhile, Dilbahaar has an affair with the senapati Adil, who is arrested by the king. Adil's pregnant wife, Mehar Nigar, is banished from the palace and gives birth to Alam Ara, who grows up to be a gypsy girl. The film follows the fate of these characters as they face love, betrayal, and war.

The film was a milestone in the history of Indian cinema, as it introduced sound and dialogue to the silent era. The film also featured seven songs, which were composed by Firozshah Mistry and B. Irani. The songs were sung by actors themselves, without any playback singers. The most famous song of the film was "De De Khuda Ke Naam Pe", which was sung by Wazir Khan and is considered to be the first song of Indian cinema.

The film was made on a budget of 40,000 (equivalent to 12 million or US$150,000 in 2023) and was shot mostly at night to avoid noise from the trains near the studio. The film was released on 14 March 1931 at Majestic Cinema in Bombay and was a huge success at the box office. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised the performance and songs of the actors. The film also won several awards and accolades, including the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in 1932.

Unfortunately, no print or gramophone record of the film is known to survive today, making it a lost film. The only surviving artefacts of the film are its stills and posters, which are preserved in various archives and museums. In 2017, the British Film Institute declared Alam Ara as the most important of any lost films produced in India.

If you want to watch Alam Ara 1931 movie free 33, you can visit [this website], which claims to have a restored version of the film available for streaming. However, we cannot guarantee the authenticity or quality of the video, as it may be a fake or a remake. We recommend you to watch it at your own risk and discretion.


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