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Gumrah (1963)

| Drama, Family, Romance
Meena lives with her retired and widowed dad in picturesque Nainital. She has a sister, Kamla, married to a well-known Barrister, Ashok, and two children, Pappu and Dolly. When Kamla comes ... See full summary »

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Rajendra
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Meena lives with her retired and widowed dad in picturesque Nainital. She has a sister, Kamla, married to a well-known Barrister, Ashok, and two children, Pappu and Dolly. When Kamla comes for a visit, she finds out that Meena is in love with Rajendra, a painter and singer, who she approves of him, and would like to get them married. Before that could happen she has an accident and passes away, leaving the care of her children to Meena. Subsequently, their father arranges Meena's marriage with Ashok, fearing ill-treatment by another woman as the step-mother. Meena marries Ashok and goes to live in his palatial house in Bombay. After a year when they return to Nainital, a visibly upset Rajendra gets in touch with Meena and they rekindle their romance. When Meena gets back to Bombay, Rajendra follows her and they continue to meet in secret. Things gets complicated when Meena finds out that Rajendra is married to a woman named Leela, who also wants to blackmail her in order to keep her ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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The film was remade in 2005 as Bewafaa with Anil Kapoor,Akshay Kumar,Kareena Kapoor and Sushmita Sen. See more »

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Remade as Bewafaa (2005) See more »

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Sung by Asha Bhosle
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a good movie but not very appealing
5 June 2005 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

This movie is the original source,which was later copied by Boney Kapoor as Bewafa.The movie is good but is depressing all the way.Sunil Dutt gives a good performance in the role which Akshay Kumar did,though he does not make a big impact since his coverage and shades are not very much.Ashok Kumar gives a gr8 performance in the role of a husband who is being cheated by his wife.Mala Sinha gives a gr8 performance in the role of an unfaithful wife who subsequently understands her mistake.The problem with the movie is that no one wants to see a simple man like Sunil Dutt acting as Emraan Hashmi of murder and making the girl cheat her husband,plus having no shades in his character.Shashikala gives an awesome performance in the role of a blackmailer and the role even won her an award.On the whole the movie is Okk but cannot be given 10 because of some depressing moments and miscast.


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