Screenshot of film Aurat (Woman) - the original version of Mother India

Screenshot of Indian movie Aurat (Woman)

Description

Screenshot of film Aurat (Woman).

The 1940 film Aurat was remade as Mother India. Sardar Akhtar played the role of Radha in Aurat.

Source Desc

Aurat film

Author Link

Mehboob Productions (producer)

Licence

Public domain in India, public domain in United States

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