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Geeta Dutt – The Skylark Who Sang From The Heart

Geeta Dutt and Guru Dutt

Geeta Dutt and Guru Dutt

Music had brought Geeta Dutt and Guru Dutt together. But when these two immeasurably talented people settled down to lead their life together, things went awry after a few years of happiness.

Geeta Roy and Guru Dutt tied the knot in May 1953 and the celebrated singer officially became Geeta Dutt.

Udhar tum haseen ho (Mr & Mrs 55)
Music: O.P.Nayyar
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri,
Singers: Mohd. Rafi and Geeta Dutt

(All pictures used in this article are courtesy Geeta Dutt’s son Arun Dutt, The magical voice of Geeta Dutt Facebook Group, Geetadutt.com and Priya Lakshmi)  

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Chief Editor, Learning and Creativity; Consulting Editor, Silhouette Magazine As a professional business journalist, Antara spent 14 years covering business stories but alongside kept alive her passion for writing on cinema. She writes extensively on the changing trends of music, direction and filmmaking in cinema and her articles aim to provide well-researched, complete and accurate information on the legends of cinema for the movie enthusiast. Her articles have also been published in Dearcinema.com and Du-kool.com. Antara is Editor-Creative Director of Wisitech InfoSolutions Pvt. Ltd
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