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Around 1580 AD during the reign of Emperor Akbar, young Meera (Radha Viswanathan), influenced by the story of Andal and Krishna, is deeply in love with Krishna, so much so that she considers Krishna to be her husband after she garlands him on an auspicious day as advised by her mother. As Meera grows into a young woman (M. S. Subbulakshmi), her devotion to Krishna grows.
Much against her wishes, Meera is married to Rana (Chittor V. Nagaiah), the king of Mewar. But even after marriage, her love for Krishna remains unchanged. She follows her own ideals and way of living which are not acceptable to Rana and his family, especially his brother Vikraman (T. S. Balaiah) and sister Udra Devi. Meera requests Rana to construct a temple for Krishna in Chittoor, the capital of Mewar. Out of love for her, Rana agrees and constructs a temple. An overjoyed Meera remains in the temple most of the time, singing in praise of Krishna along with other devotees and avoids staying at the palace.
On Vijayadasami day, Rana expects Meera to be with him at the royal assembly, when other kings come to offer their respects. But on her way to the assembly, Meera hears Krishna's flute playing, returns to the temple and remains there. The king gets angry when he realises that Meera has gone back to the temple again, thus ignoring her duties as a wife. To get rid of Meera, Vikraman gives a poisoned drink through Udra, but Meera is saved by Krishna and the poison does not affect her. Instead, Krishna's idol at the Dwarakadheesh Temple (the origin of Krishna) becomes deep blue (the poison effect), the temple doors close spontaneously, and remain closed.
At Delhi, Akbar learns about Meera's singing and devotion to Krishna. He sends her a pearl necklace as a gift, which Meera puts on Krishna's idol. Rana gets angry when he comes to know of these developments and her disinterest to fulfil her duties as a wife and queen; he orders the demolition of the temple using cannons so that she will come out. Vikraman goes to the temple and orders Meera and the other devotees to come out before the demolition begins. However, Meera refuses, stays back in the temple and continues her bhajans.
Meanwhile, Rana comes to know from his sister Udra about Vikraman's failed attempt to kill Meera by poison. Shocked when he realises Meera's real identity (she is one with Krishna), he rushes to meet her in the temple which is about to be demolished. When a cannon is fired, Rana stops it and gets injured. When Meera hears Krishna calling her, she admits to Rana that she has failed in her duties as a wife. She explains that her heart is with Krishna and seeks Rana's permission to leave palace life and her desire to visit Krishna's temple at Dwaraka. Rana realises her devotion and allows her to go. Once Meera leaves, the Mewar kingdom suffers serious drought and the subjects plead with Rana to bring Meera back, so Rana goes in search of her. Meera first goes to Brindavanam and meets the sage (Serukalathur Sama) who originally predicted about her devotion. Together, they leave for Dwaraka, the birthplace of Krishna; on reaching the temple, she starts singing in praise of Krishna. Rana, who has followed her, also reaches the temple. The doors of the temple, which were closed till then, open. Krishna appears and invites Meera inside. Meera runs towards the god and falls dead while her soul merges with him. Rana comes rushing in only to find Meera's corpse. Meera's devotion to Krishna is finally rewarded and she is united with him.
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T. Sadasivam dreamt of taking M. S. Subbulakshmi's music even to the common man so he started looking for a good story. He had several discussions with intellectual friends like Kalki, and was of the opinion that if Subbulakshmi was to act in a film, it could not be a mass entertainer, but would need to carry a universal and uplifting message for the masses. After much deliberation, Subbulakshmi herself chose the story of Meera.[5]
Meera was launched in 1943, and while Subbulakshmi was cast as the titular character, her stepdaughter Radha Viswanathan was recruited to play the younger Meera.[6] To prepare for the part of Meera, Subbulakshmi stated that she would go to all the places where Meera had wandered in search of the elusive Krishna, and would worship at all the holy temples that Meera worshipped at.[7][8] Kannada singer-actor Honnappa Bhagavathar was the first choice to play Meera's husband King Rana which he accepted, but was later replaced by Chittor V. Nagaiah, much to Bhagavathar's annoyance. Nagaiah was the own choice of the film's director Ellis R. Dungan. An undisclosed person suggested P. U. Chinnappa, but Dungan rejected him as he felt the actor was "uncouth and did not have the regal presence" needed for the role. According to Dungan, Nagaiah "proved the right choice for a Rajput king".[6]
N. S. Krishnan and T. A. Madhuram were supposed to have acted in Meera. However, Krishnan was arrested in December 1944 as a suspect in the Lakshmikantham murder case, precluding him from acting in the film. Others added to the cast were T. S. Durairaj, K. R. Chellam, K. Sarangapani, T. S. Balaiah, Serukalathur Sama, T. S. Durairaj, "Appa" K. Duraiswami, and M. G. Ramachandran in a minor role.[1][6] Kumari Kamala was chosen to act as Krishna, an irony as the character is male while Kamala is female.[1] She also appeared as Krishna in some "cut-away shots" in the scene of the song "Kaatriniley Varum Geetham" that was choreographed by Ramaiah Pillai.[9]


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  • 1)Gopalanae bala Gopalanae - Radha Sadasivam and chorus
  • 2)Shyamala Varnanae Mayavanae - Radha Sadasivam
  • 3)Nandalala enmanaala ingae varaai - Radha Sadasivam
  • 4)Murali Mohana - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 5)Kaatrinilayae Varum Geetham - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 6)Enadhu Ullamae - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 7)Vinnum Mannum Alandha - M.S.Subbulakshmi, Chittor V.Nagaiah
  • 8)Giridhara Gopala - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 9)Kannan Leelaigal Seivaanae - M.S.Subbulakshmi and chorus
  • 10)Yadhu nandhala Gopala - M.S.Subbulakshmi and chorus
  • 11)Hey Harey Dayala - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 12)Maravaene Ennalilumae - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 13)Saracharam unnai yaavum - M.S.Subulakshmi
  • 14)Unnaiyae Enadhuyir Thunai - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 15)Aranga Un Mahimaiyai - M.S.Subbulakshmi and chorus
  • 16)Maraindha Koondil irundhu - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 17)Udal Uruga Ullam Uruga - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 18)Brindhavanathil Kannan Valarndha - M.S.Subbulakshmi and chorus
  • 19)Engum Niraindhaye - M.S.Subbulakshmi
  • 20)Ma Madurai Bala - M.S.Subbulakshmi and chorus
  • 21)Janaardhana Jaganaadha - M.S.Subbulakshmi

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Reception

Poster of the Hindi version, published in 1947
"Meera" was released on Deepavali Day in 1945. Two years later, the Hindi version came out in 1947, and with it MS became a national celebrity. The film had an on-screen introduction by the noted politician and poet, Sarojini Naidu, who described MS as "The Nightingale of India".[7] The film was seen by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the Mountbattens and other leaders who became her ardent fans and friends. She went on to conquer new areas around the world and became an international celebrity.[6] The film was screened at various film festivals such as Prague Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and Toronto Film Festival

Meera
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Theatrical poster
Directed by Ellis R. Dungan
Produced by T. Sadasivam
Written by Kalki,
Sadasivam
Starring M. S. Subbulakshmi
Chittor V. Nagaiah
Kumari Kamala
T. S. Baliah
Music by S. V. Venkatraman
Cinematography Jithen Banerjee
P. S. Selvaraj
Edited by R. Rajagopal
Production
company
Chandraprabha Cinetone Films[1]
Release dates
3 November 1945
5 December 1947
(Hindi version)[2]
Running time
113 minutes[3]
Country India
Language Tamil
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Film cast:M S ShubbulakshmiRadha
Singer:Radha, Serukalathur Sama
Lyricist:Meera Bai
Music Director:S V VenkatramanNaresh Bhattacharya
Film Director:E S Tunda
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Meera (1947): Giridhara Gopala bala - YouTube

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Meera (1947): Suno meri manovyatha, and last scenes ...

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Meera (1947): Title music, and Sarojini Naidu's introduction of M.S.Subbulakshmi

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Meera (1947): Giridhara Gopala bala

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Meera (1947): Main Haricharanan ki daasi

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Meera (1947): Pag ghunghroo re

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Meera (1947): Chaakar raakho ji

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Meera (1947): Daras bina dukhana laagey na

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Meera (1947): Ghanshyam aaya ri mere ghar

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Meera (1947): Hari aawan ki awaaz, aaj suni mein

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Meera (1947): Asharana sharaney shyaama harey

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Meera (1947): Suno meri manovyatha, and last scenes

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Meera (1947): Kunjan ban chhaadi he madho kahaan jaaun

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Meera (1947): Brindavan kunj bhavana naachata Giridhari

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Meera (1947): Baso morey nainan mein nandalala

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Meera---hum ne suni hari --- M. S. Subbulakshmi Radha

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Meera--- main hari charanan ki dasi-- M. S. Subbulakshmi Radha

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    Film cast: M S Shubbulakshmi, Radha
    Singer: Radha, Serukalathur Sama
    Lyricist: Meera Bai
    Music Director: S V Venkatraman, Naresh Bhattacharya
    Film Director: E S Tunda
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An American cinematographer, born in Ohio on May 11, 1909, an alumnus of University of Southern California’s first batch of film students comes to India on the invite of a fellow USC mate, ML Tandon, in 1935 to see what he can do in the Indian film Industry. Intending to stay in India for about six months to a year, he stays behind for a decade and a half, makes several Tamil films, introduces the great MGR as an actor and directs MS Subbulakshmi’s most celebrated film, Meera (1945) as well as the seminal MGR hit Manthiri Kumari (1950) among others, before returning to USA! The man was Ellis R Dungan.
After arriving in India and  informally assisting Tandon on the Tamil film Bhakta Nandanar (1935), Dungan’s first film in India was Sathi Leelavathi (1936), based on SS Vasan’s novel. Though reasonably successful in its time, it is chiefly remembered today as the film that introduced MGR to Tamil audiences. It was however with Iru Sagodarargal (1936) that Dungan became a top director in the newly developing Tamil film industry. The film is one of the earliest Tamil films based on a contemporary, social theme as against mythologicals and is a story about the conflicts and values of the joint family system. The film was shot in Bombay at Saroj Movietone and was a key film in Dungan’s attempts to create a more sophisticated cinematic language for Tamil films which otherwise were largely just photographed drama and nothing more. Dungan edited the film, drastically reduced the number of songs, made sure the comedy track was incorporated coherently into the film’s main storyline and also shot sequences outdoors wherever he could. The film was hailed as a major technical achievement in the Tamil cinema making even the Bombay film industry sit up and take notice.
Since obviously Dungan did not know Tamil, he hired interpreters who were known as ‘rush directors’ and were well-versed with both English and Tamil. He got the script translated for himself in English by dividing the action on one half of the page and the dialogues on the other. Even as Dungan concentrated on focussing on the actors’  performances, he understanding the importance of the spoken word in Tamil filmdom. He introduced the famed scenarist Elangovan with Ambikapathy (1937), Ponmudi (1949) remains one of poet Bharathidasan’s best known scripts while Manthiri Kumari was DMK leader M Kaurunanidhi’s first major literary contribution to cinema.
Ambikapathy was one of the earliest film dealing with historical fiction in Tamil Cinema. Dungan saw the central love story in the film film as a parallel to Romeo and Juliet. So he based some of the film’s sequences on the latter. A highlight of the film is the balcony scene showing the hero, Ambikapathy, climbing up the balcony to meet his beloved, the princess Amaravathi. The film was made at the East India studio in Calcutta and the music was composed by the blind singer-composer KC Dey. It ran for a year, one of gthe earliest Tamil films to do so.
Meera (1945), is one of Dungan’s most well-known films and his favourite as well. The film starred famed Carnatic musician MS Subbulakshmi, who played Meerabai. Originally a huge Tamil hit, the equally successful Hindi version made a couple of years laterin 1947 had the great Sarojini Naidu introduce Subbulakshmi to a North Indian audience. The Hindi version premiere was attended by Lord and Lady Mountbatten and Jawaharlal Nehru among others. Her rendering of Meera Bhajans in Hindi remained for years the definitive version of Meerabai’s immortal lyrics.The Tamil version is known for some of novelist Kalki’s best work as a lyrics writer, in particular the song Katrinile Varum Geetham. It is said that Dungan and his cinemtographer used a mould of Subbulakshmi’s face and shot it at various angles with different lighting techniques. After viewing the results, they chose the best ones to create Meera’s ethereal, angelic beauty. The scene where a young Meera changes into adulthood through the songs, Nanda Bala En Manala (young Meera) and Murali Mohana (adult Meera) with an interlude piece in between to show the passage of time remains much admired even today as does the sequence showing the spread of the popularity of Meera’s songs across the country.
Interestingly, Dungan had directed Subbulakhsmi earlier in Sakuntalai (1940) where she played the title role opposite another stalwart of Carnatic music, GN Balasubramaniam. The songs Premayil Yavum Marandhome and Anandamen Solvene were extremely popular. For many scholars, Sakuntalai even more than Meera, is perhaps his finest contribution to Tamil cinema.
During World War II, Dungan made a short –  Returning Soldier (1945), a film in Tamil with TS Balaiah in the lead, in support of the war effort. He was the offical photographer for the Madras Government during this period traveling the length and breadth of India shooting photo features, propaganda films and several documentaries for the Indian News Parade.
In 1948, Dungan teamed up with Producer-Director TR Sundaram at the latter’s set up, The Modern Theatres Ltd., on the outskirts of Salem.  At Modern Theatres, Dungan first made Ponmudi about two Siva Mudaliar families in the business milieu of Kaveripooram whose children have been betrothed to each other. But the two families have a fallout over a land deal which forces the children to meet in secret. When they get caught, the boy, Ponmudi, is sent to North India on ‘business’ while the girl, Poonkothai, runs away from home. Of course the distraught parents make up, send meesages that all is well everything gets but not before Ponmudi has to be rescued from tribals as he was being prepared as a human sacrifice! The movie created an outrage in conservative Tamil audiences due to the bols love scenes and did not go down very well with them. Dungan was criticized for ‘corrupting the Tamils with American ways!’
Dungan’s last Tamil film was the MGR box office smash hit Manthiri Kumari. The film, based on the Tamil classic, Kundalakesi, is remembered till date for its flowery dialogues by M Karunanidhi. His barbs against the royal priest were part of the ideology of the Dravidian movement and the DMK Party. While MGR, of course, played the hero, a commandant of the king’s army, the portrayal of the minister’s daughter played by Madhuri Devi is the standout performance in the film. She plays an assertive and confident woman who handles a sword with much dexterity and who kills her wayward husband. Such an independent female character was a rarity in films then. But it has to be said, not to Dungan’s films. His women were bold, proactive and in control of their destinies unlike the typical Tamil film heroine who allowed others to decide it for her.
Dungan returned to the States after Manthiri Kumari was 3/4 complete due to personal problems with his wife, Alice. He, however, came back to India for the Indo-US co-production, The Jungle (1952), starring Rod Cameron, Marie Windsor and Caeser Romero, on which he was associate producer,. The film was even dubbed into Tamil as Kaadu (1952)! After this, Dungan continued to revisit India occasionally as 2nd unit photographer for Harry Black (1958) and Tarzan Comes to India (1962) or directing documentaries with an Indian backdrop. He was given a hero’s welcome and felicitated by the Tamil film industry on his last visit to India in 1994.
In America, Dungan formed Ellis Dungan Productions and made documentary shorts, industrial films and the like for nearly two decades from 1963 onwards. His last film, Josiah Fox: Architect of the First US Navy (1987), was a tribute to his great, great grandfather, a naval architect, who designed the very first ships of war for the American Navy.
Dungan passed away in Wheeling, West Virginia in the United States on December 1, 2001. He had lived there since 1958 once he returned to America. He is the subject of a documentary film, An American in Madras (2013).