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Ek Phool Char Kaante (1960)

To wed his sweetheart, a man must try and prove himself to her eccentric paternal uncles.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sushma Saxena
Uncle - Rock 'N Roll Fanatic
Dhumal ...
Uncle - Religious
Uncle - Cinema Fanatic (as David)
Krishan Dhawan ...
Shyam Dhawan
Rashid Khan ...
Uncle - Yoga Fanatic
Bir Sakuja ...
Sanjeev's Father (as Bir Sakhuja)
Iqbal Singh ...
Rock n' Roll Singer
Mumtaz Begum ...
Sanjeev's Mother
Bela Bose
(as Radhika)
Sulochana Latkar ...
(as Sulochna)
Reeta Roy ...
(as Rita Roy)


Bombay-based Sanjeev lives a wealthy lifestyle with his parents. He dramatically meets with wealthy Sushma Saxena and falls in love with her. He is quite displeased when he sees her a number of time - always in the company of a different male. The air is cleared when he finds that the men are her paternal uncles. He introduces her to his parents, and his father goes to meet the uncles in order to finalize the marriage - but they reject this alliance insisting that Sanjeev does not measure up to their standards in either religion, yoga, acting, and music. In order to wed her Sanjeev must now satisfy each and every uncle - not realizing that he does face competition from 'yoga expert' Shyam Dhawan, who has already convinced one uncle - and has yet to realize that even if does overcome all competition and does manage to convince each and every one of the uncles - how is he going to get approval from the other three disapproving uncle? and what will be their reaction when they find out he... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





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Interesting Movie and funny too !
11 January 2001 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Get nostalgic and watch this movie from 60s if you can find it. Vahida Rahmaan with her four uncles gives us a very funny romantic comedy. This movie can be compared to 'Dekh Kabira Roya". The music by Shankar-Jaikishen has variety ranging from Bhajan to Elvis style Rock and Roll.

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