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Rudaali is set in a village in Rajasthan, but the village life shown in this movie reflects the reality of rural life across most of the rest of India. TV shows and Bollywood movies often choose Rajasthan or nearby states if they need to set something because the language of these states is similar enough to Hindi for Hindi-Urdu speakers to. Directed by Kalpana Lajmi. With Rakhee Gulzar, Dimple Kapadia, Raj Babbar, Raghuvir Yadav. In a small village in Rajasthan, India, a woman named Shanichari was born - so named, as shortly after her birth her father died; & her mother, Peewli, ran away with a rich lover, the owner of a drama company, abandoning her. When Shanichari grew up she was married to a male named Ganju who lived with.

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The song 'Dil Hoom Hoom Kare' captures the essence of the movie. Shanichari is in love with the 'thakur', but social and cultural norms would never let them be together.

The lines 'teri oonchi atari', is one of the most touching lines describing their caste and social differences. Song Name - Dil Hoom Hoom Kare Movie - Rudaali Singer - Lata Mangeshkar Lyrics - Gulzar Music Composer - Bhupen Hazarika Director - Kalpana Lajmi Studio - NFDC - Doordarshan Producer - Ravi Gupta; Ravi Malik Music Label - Sony Music India - 550 Music © 1993 Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Subscribe: Vevo - Like us: Facebook: Follow us: Twitter: G+.

Contents. Cultural background The title is a reference to a custom in certain areas of Rajasthan where women of a lower caste are hired as upon the death of upper-caste males. These women are referred to as a 'rudaali' (roo-dah-lee), literally translated as 'female weeper' or 'weeping woman'. Their job is to publicly express grief of family members who are not permitted to display emotion due to social status. Plot As the narrative begins, the dying zamindar/ Thakur (translation: landlord) of the desert village of Barna has been shifted from his mansion to an outbuilding and is performing the rite of godaan or gifting a cow to a brahman.

Anticipating his imminent death, and realizing that none of his close relatives are likely to mourn him, he summons a rudaali named Bhikni from a nearby town. While waiting for her client to die, Bhikni temporarily lodges in the modest home of Shanichari , a widow whose life has been plagued by misfortune. Born on a Saturday (a bad-luck day ruled by the malefic planet Shanichar or Saturn), the ill-omened girl child was blamed by villagers for the untimely death of her father, and then for her own abandonment by her mother, Peewli, who ran off to join a nautanki folk theatre troupe. The tale of Shanichari’s life, told to the sympathetic Bhikni, unfolds in a series of flashbacks. Shanichari’s early marriage to a drunkard named Ganju ends abruptly when her husband succumbs to an outbreak of plague at a village fair.

She is left with a son, Budhua (played as an adult by ), whom she adores, though she realizes that he has inherited her mother’s penchant for irresponsible wandering. Her poverty is relieved somewhat by employment at the zamindar’s haveli (mansion) after the master’s son, Lakshman Singh takes a fancy to her. She attends on his spoiled but strictly secluded wife, and periodically converses with her benefactor, who lectures her on social equality and urges her to “look up” into his eyes when speaking to him. This romance leads to the master’s gift to Shanichari, one night after a singing performance, of her own house and two acres of land—a gesture that offers her a modicum of financial security within the village. One day, Budhua brings home a pregnant young prostitute, Mungri as his wife.

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Their marriage is brief, as the quarrelsome Mungri aborts their child, Shanichari’s hoped-for grandson. Budhua then runs away from home. Shanichari’s painful reminiscences of these trials—throughout which, she says, she has never been able to shed a tear—alternate with scenes in the present, depicting her growing bond with Bhikni. On the very night of the old zamindar’s long-awaited death, Bhikni is called over to meet Bhimdata from the neighbouring village. As Shanichari bids adieu to Lakshman Singh, who plans to leave the village after his father's death, a messenger comes from Bhimdata. The messenger tells her of Bhikni's untimely death due to the plague, and of how in her dying breath she had asked Shanichari to be informed of how she was actually Peewli, her mother.

This unleashes Shanichari’s pent-up emotions and transforms her, too, into a rudaali. Cast. as Shanichari. as Ram Avtar, the zamindaar. as Lakshman Singh, Ram Avtar's son. as Bhikni, a rudaali. as an adult Budhua.

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as Mungri, Budhua's wife. Minaaz Awards and honors won a for her role of Shanichari in the film. Khan died before the film's release, and the film is dedicated to him in the beginning credits. Won the for Best Costume Design.

Soundtrack The film has music by folk musician. All lyrics written by; all music composed by Bhupen Hazarika. Title Artist(s) Length 1. 'Dil Hoom Hoom Kare (Part-1)' (Raga: ) 2.

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'Dil Hoom Hoom Kare (Part-2)' (Raga: Bhoopali) Bhupen Hazarika 3. 'Jhuti Mooti Mitwa' (Raga: ) Lata Mangeshkar 4. 'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-1)' (Raga: ) 5. 'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-2)' (Raga: Bhimpalasi) Bhupen Hazarika 6.

'Moula O Moula' Bhupen Hazarika 7. 'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-3)' (Raga: Bhimpalasi) Lata Mangeshkar See also. References.

Directed byKalpana Lajmi
Produced byRavi Gupta
Ravi Malik
Written byMahasweta Devi (story)
StarringDimple Kapadia
Raj Babbar
Amjad Khan
Music byBhupen Hazarika
CinematographySantosh Sivan
Dharam Gulati
Release date
Running time
128 minutes

Rudaali is a 1993 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Kalpana Lajmi, based on the short story written by famous Bengali author Mahasweta Devi.[1][2] The film was selected as the Indian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.[3][4]

The film is set in a small village in Rajasthan, India. It tells the story of a woman named Shanichari, who was abandoned by her mother shortly after her father's death. Bad fortune follows her throughout her life.

Cultural background[edit]

The title is a reference to a custom in certain areas of Rajasthan where women of a lower caste are hired as professional mourners upon the death of upper-caste males. These women are referred to as a 'rudaali' (roo-dah-lee), literally translated as 'female weeper' or 'weeping woman'. Their job is to publicly express grief of family members who are not permitted to display emotion due to social status.[5]


The story begins with Ram Avtar, the zamindar (transl. landlord) of Barna (a village in the desert) realizing his imminent death, and the fact that none of his relatives would mourn him. He thus requests for the services of a famous rudaali named Bhikni (Rakhee), to mourn for him once he dies. Bhikni ends up staying with the widow Shanichari, who lives within the Thakur's compound. As they both begin to bond, Shanichari tells Bhikni her life's story, which is revealed to us in flashbacks.

Shanichari was born on a Shanichar (Saturday), which is concerned to be an ill omened day, ruled by the planet Shani (Saturn) in astrology. Shanichari is blamed by the villagers for everything bad that happens around her - starting from her father's death, to her mother Peewli's running off to join a folk theatre troupe. While still young, Shanichari is married off to Ganju, a drunkard, who ends up dying due to a plague at a village fair. Her only support is her son, Budhua, whom she loves very much. However, he likes to roam around aimlessly, just like Peewli did.

Meanwhile, the Thakur's son Lakshman Singh reveals that he likes her and offers her a job at the Thakur's haveli. She then serves under his wife, who has been spoiled but is secluded from others. Lakshman tries to teach Shanichari to empower herself and understand her rights, and encourages her to 'look up' into his eyes when speaking to him. One night, after Shanichari's singing performance at the haveli, he gifts her a house of her own, along with two acres of land.

Soon, the adult Budhua brings home a wife, Mungri, who is a young prostitute pregnant with his child. However, the couple keeps fighting, and one day in a fit of rage, Mungri aborts the child. Budhua, upset, runs away from home, leaving his mother all alone. It is revealed that throughout her hardships, Shanichari had never shed a tear.

One night, Bhikni is called to the neighbouring village to meet Bhimdata. The Thakur passes away a few hours later. Lakshman Singh and Shanichari are then seen bidding farewell to each other as Singh plans to leave the village after his father's demise. They are interrupted by a messenger from Bhimdata, who reveals that Bhikni succumbed to the plague, and in her last few minutes requested that Shanichari be told that she was her mother, Peewli. Shanichari then begins to weep profusely, and takes over as the new rudaali, crying at the Thakur's funeral.[5][6]


  • Dimple Kapadia as Shanichari
  • Amjad Khan as Ram Avtar, the zamindaar
  • Raj Babbar as Lakshman Singh, Ram Avtar's son
  • Rakhee as Bhikni, a rudaali
  • Raghubir Yadav as an adult Budhua
  • Sushmita Mukherjee as Mungri, Budhua's wife
  • Minaaz

Awards and honours[edit]

  • Dimple Kapadia won the National Film Award for Best Actress[7] and the Filmfare Awards Best Performance Critics Award.[8]
  • Kapadia won the Best Actress Award at the 8th Damascus International Film Festival.[9]
  • Samir Chanda won the National Film Award for Best Art Direction.[8]
  • Simple Kapadia and Mala Dey won the National Film Award for Best Costume Design.[8]
  • Bhupen Hazarika was awarded the Best Music Director National Award in 1993.[10]
  • The film was India's official entry to the 66th Academy Awards for the Best Foreign Language Film category.[11]
  • Amjad Khan died before the film was released, and the film is dedicated to him.[1]


The film has music by folk musician Bhupen Hazarika.

All lyrics are written by Gulzar; all music is composed by Bhupen Hazarika.

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1.'Dil Hoom Hoom Kare (Part-1)' (Raga: Bhoopali)Lata Mangeshkar
2.'Dil Hoom Hoom Kare (Part-2)' (Raga: Bhoopali)Bhupen Hazarika
3.'Jhuti Mooti Mitwa' (Raga: Vrindavani sarang)Lata Mangeshkar
4.'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-1)' (Raga: Bhimpalasi)Asha Bhosle
5.'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-2)' (Raga: Bhimpalasi)Bhupen Hazarika
6.'Moula O Moula'Bhupen Hazarika
7.'Samay O Dhire Chalo (Part-3)' (Raga: Bhimpalasi)Lata Mangeshkar

See also[edit]


  1. ^ abMaanvi (28 July 2016). 'Mourning and Revolution: Mahasweta Devi's Legacy on the Screen'. The Quint. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  2. ^Ghosh, Devarsi (28 July 2016). 'Mahasweta Devi, RIP: Rudaali to Sunghursh, 5 films that immortalise the author's works'. India Today. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  3. ^Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  4. ^Frook, John Evan (30 November 1993). 'Acad inks Cates, unveils foreign-language entries'. Variety. Retrieved 25 August 2008.
  5. ^ ab'Rudaali'. University of Iowa. Archived from the original on 19 October 2013. Retrieved 1 September 2014.
  6. ^'Rudaali Production Details'. Yahoo! Movies. Archived from the original on 22 May 2011. Retrieved 15 January 2017.
  7. ^'Dimple Kapadia Reacts To Health Rumours: 'I'm Alive And Kicking''. 17 November 2019. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  8. ^ abc'Rudaali Awards: List of Awards won by Hindi movie Rudaali', Times of India, retrieved 28 March 2020
  9. ^'Mourning Becomes Her'. The Telegraph. ABP Group. 21–27 November 1993. p. 78. Retrieved 23 November 2020.
  10. ^'Bhupen Hazarika: The Bard of Brahmaputra'. Hindustan Times. 17 September 2019. Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  11. ^'Before Gully Boy, these Indian films were sent to the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film Category'. News18. 10 February 2020. Retrieved 28 March 2020.

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