|Directed by||S. S. Vasan|
Mr. Sampath – The Printer of Malgudi|
by R. K. Narayan
Mr. Sampat is a 1952 Indian Hindi-language satirical film directed by S. S. Vasan and produced by Gemini Studios. It is based on R. K. Narayan's 1949 novel Mr. Sampath – The Printer of Malgudi, and stars Motilal, Padmini and Kanhaiyalal.
- Motilal as Sampat
- Padmini as Malini
- Kanhaiyalal as Seth Makhanlal Gheewala
- Agha as the restaurant proprietor
- Swaraj as the director of Kala Mandir Company
Although Motilal received rave reviews for his performance, Mr. Sampat was a commercial failure. It was later featured in journalist Avijit Ghosh's book 40 Retakes: Bollywood Classics You May Have Missed. Writing for Upperstall.com, Karan Bali stated that Mr. Sampat was "perhaps [Vasan's] best Hindi film", despite being significantly different from the source novel.
- "Aao Aao Kahani Suno" - Geeta Dutt, Jikki
- "Acche Din Aa Rahe" - Shamshad Begum
- "Aji HUm Bharat Ke" - Geeta Dutt
- "Chalo paniya bharan" - Geeta dutt, Jikki
- "Devendra Dev ki jay" - Talat Mahmood, Shamshad Begum
- "Din control ke" - Geeta Dutt, Jikki
- "Hindustaan Humara" - Geeta Dutt
- "Jagah Nahi" - P. B. Srinivas, Geeta Dutt
- "Khabardar Hoshiyar" - Shamshad BVegum
- "Kyon Janam Diya" - Shamshad Begum, Talat Mahmood
- "Laila Liala" n- Shamshad Begum, Talaat Mahmood
- "Lo Bar Jipsi" - Shamshad Begum, P. B. Srinivas
- "Lo Lai Suiyan" - Shamshad Begum
- "O basiragi banwasi" - Geeta Dutt
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