Alam Ara was a 1931 Indian movie directed by Ardeshir Irani. It was the principal Indian sound film. Irani perceived the significance that sound would have on the silver screen, and dashed to finish Alam Ara before a few contemporary sound movies.
Song Title: De De Khuda Ke Naam
Singer: Wazir Mohammed Khan
Music: Firoz Shah M Mistry
Starring: Master Vithal, Vithal Zubeida, Susheela, Jillo, Prithviraj Kapoor, V M Khan, Elizer, Jagdish Sethi, T L V Prasad
Film Director: Ardeshir Irani
Alam Ara, Movie first Song Lyrics
ताकत हू गर देने की
कुछ चाहे अगर तो मांग ले मुझसे
हिम्मत हू गर लेने की
De de kuda ke naam pe pyaare
taakat ho gar dene ki
kuchh chaahe agar to mang le mujhse
himmat ho gar lene ki
Alam Ara Movie Story:
Alam Ara is the primary Indian sound film. The motion picture is about the maturing ruler of Kamarpur, and his two adversary rulers, Navbahar and Dilbahar, and their contention when a fakir predicts that Navbahar will bear the lord’s beneficiary.
Dilbahar unsuccessfully endeavors to tempt the armed force boss Adil (Vithal) and wrathfully decimates his family, leaving his little girl Alam Ara (Zubeida) to be raised by travelers. In the long run, Alam Ara’s traveler companions attack the castle, uncover Dilbahar’s plans, discharge Adil from the cell and she weds the ruler of the domain.