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Geeta Dutt – The Skylark Who Sang From The Heart

Geeta Dutt in Badhu Baran

Geeta Dutt in Badhu Baran

Geeta Dutt in the Bengali film Badhu Baran (1967)

Following the death of Guru Dutt, Geeta Dutt suffered a nervous breakdown. When she recovered, she found herself in a financial mess. Realising she was the sole bread winner for the family of four, she tried to resume singing again, cutting discs at Durga Puja and giving stage shows , even doing a Bengali film, ‘Badhu Baran’ (1967) as heroine.

Neer chhoto khoti neyi (Indrani)
Music: Nachiketa Ghosh
Singers: Geeta Dutt and Hemant Mukherjee

(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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The man of wisdom is never of two minds; he has got clarity of thoughts. The man of benevolence never worries; he does not expect anything in return. The man of courage is never afraid; he accepts challenges without fear.