Bollywood movie has maximum number of songs?

Which Bollywood movie has a maximum number of songs?

The world record for the maximum number of songs is held by the musicalfilmIndrasabha (released in 1932). It has over 70 songs. It is based on a Urdu play which was first staged in 1853. The movie is set in the celestial court of Lord Indra, the King of Gods(in Indian mythology).
“It featured over seventy songs and was 211 minutes long. The movie was made by Jamshedji Framji Madan’s company, Madan Theatre.”

Music Director:-Nagardas Nayak

Writer (Play):-Sayed Aga Hasan Amanat

Production Company:-Madan Theatres Ltd
Inder Sabha (Urdu: اِندر سبها) is an Urdu play and opera written by Agha Hasan Amanat, and first staged in 1853.It is regarded as the first complete Urdu stage play ever written.The play was translated into German in the 1880s as a doctoral thesis at the University of Leipzig by Friedrich Rosen, and published to positive critical reception in 1892.A movie, Indrasabha, based on the play was released by Madan Theatre in 1932

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The opera is set in the celestial court of Indra, the king of the gods (devas) in Hindu mythology. The play is written entirely in verse, and the central theme is a romance between a prince and a fairy.Operatic devices such as fireworks and masks are employed in enacting the play.Although the play was initially intended to be performed in royal court, songs from the play influenced the geet tradition in Urdu and quickly transitioned into popular culture, where “for at least two generations after that, actors and musicians of Oudh sang the songs of Inder Sabha.”The play included “31 ghazals, 9 thumri of gaya and Benares gharana, 4 holis, 15 songs and two chaubolas and five chhands with enough scope for dances as well.”

The play is considered a seminal work that directly influenced several important nineteenth and early-twentieth century Urdu plays that followed it, including Khadim Husain Afsos’s Bazm-e-Suleman (1862), Bahiron Singh Asmat’s Jashn-e-Parastan and Taj Mahal Farrukh’s Nigaristan-e-Farrukh (1911)

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