Anarkali of Aarah Meaning | अनारकली ऑफ़ आरा

Arrah (also spelled as Ara, though not much as aarah or araah) is a town in the Bhojpur district in Bihar, almost 50 km from Patna. Anarkali is a character famous from the Hindi film Mughal-e-Azam who was ordered to be buried alive by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, but the authenticity of the story, which is found in texts from the time of Jehangir himself, cannot be proved.

Nonetheless, Anarkali has become popular as a beautiful dancer, and to an extent as a brave/fearless person too, and that seems to be the inference that is used here in the name of the film Anarkali of Aarah. That is, the movie is about a girl who is a beautiful dancer from the town of Arrah.

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