|'Chal Chal Re Naujawan'|
|Filmistan / Inside|
In this situation, after doing the movie Eight Days (Aath Din) in 1947, Ashok Kumar dissociated himself from Filmistan and took over the reins of Bombay Talkies himself.
|‘Nadiya Ke Paar’|
|Set erected inside Filmistan compound|
|‘Payal Ki Jhankaar’|
|Rai Bahadur Chunnilal Kohli|
Chunnilal’s father Yograj Kohli was a famous Unani Hakeem from Chakwal area of Jhelum (now in Pakistan). Rai Bahadur Chunnilal was the accountant general of Iraqi Police and worked in Baghdad. His elder son composer Madan Mohan was also born there. When the Iraqi government asked Rai Bahadur Chunnilal to either take Iraq’s citizenship of resign, he opted to resign and return to Chakwal instead. To aid the children’s studies better, the family stayed in Lahore for some time and finally, he came to Mumbai in 1933, as a shareholder of Bombay Talkies. He passed away on 2 December 1950, due to a sudden massive heart attack at the premiere of the movie ‘Sargam’ in Delhi at Odeon Cinema.)