Anarkali (1953)

Director
Nandlal Jaswantlal

Main cast
Bina Rai; Pradeep Kumar; Kuldip Kaur; Ruby Mayer; S.L. Puri

Genres
History, Romance

Description
The film version of a popular historical legend follows Prince Salim (Pradeep Kumar) through a passionate love affair with a beautiful, sassy commoner (Bina Rai).


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