Due to a growing marital rift between Jamuna and her husband, she decides to leave him. He does not permit her to take their son, so she arranges his abduction, and disappears from her ... See full summary »

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Mohan (as Joy Mukerji)
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Mona
Rajendra Nath ...
Difu (as Rajendranath)
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Jamuna
Wasti
Krishan Dhawan ...
Mr. Kapoor
Tabassum ...
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Ram Avtar ...
Kamala (as Ram Awatar)
Amar
Indira Bansal
Rajendra Singh
Kanchanamala ...
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Rani
Ranjeet Kumar ...
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Ramesh
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Due to a growing marital rift between Jamuna and her husband, she decides to leave him. He does not permit her to take their son, so she arranges his abduction, and disappears from her husband's life. Years later, Jamuna's son, Mohan, has grown up, and together they live a middle-class existence. One day, Mohan meets with Mona and both are attracted to each other. But Mona's guardian would like her to marry Biharilal alias Difu, who is foreign returned and comes from a very wealthy family. Mona and her friends embark on a trip to Srinagar, and Mohan follows her there. Then Jamuna's overjoyed husband announces the return of his son, Mohan, back to his household. When Jamuna gets this news, she is shocked beyond words as the man claiming to be her son, is none other than an impostor named Ramesh. She will have to come out of hiding, admit to abducting Mohan, in order to bring the truth to light. But will Jamuna be willing to re-open the unpleasant past, or will she be content with the ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Nasir husein's first colour film, s.d.burman was the music director of this film but s.d.was unwell o.p.nayyar composed the music of this film. Poet sahir ludhianvi was to write songs for this film as sahir and nasir couldnt get along, nasir saab's regular majrooh was taken as the song writer of this film. See more »

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Referenced in Padosan (1968) See more »

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Humdum Mere Khel Na Jaano
Music by O.P. Nayyar
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Performed by Mohammad Rafi and Asha Bhosle
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Bollywood on Acid
31 July 2016 | by (Crystal Palace) – See all my reviews

Although ignored by 'The Encyclopedia of Indian Film' (1995), this psychedelic escapist fantasy (whose title translates into English as 'I've Come Back With the Same Heart') was not surprisingly a big hit in its day.

The plot is typical Bollywood nonsense in which Mohan, an army officer's son, is abducted as a child at the behest of his mother. He grows up to fall in love with his haughty foster sister (who happens to be a professional dancer), and pursues her and her entourage on a trip to Srinagar, thus providing a pretext for a succession of boisterous musical numbers filmed on location in various tourist spots in Kashmir. Most of this is played for laughs until director Nasir Hussain decides about two-thirds of the way into the film that it's now time for a bit of melodrama, with the introduction of an imposter passing himself off as the long-lost Mohan.

Much of the staging and acting resembles an old Mack Sennett two-reeler, as does the climactic pursuit of a jeep by a speed boat. It was Hussain's first film in colour, and he responds to the occasion with a frenzy of zooms and whip pans. Marshal Braganza's Eastmancolor photography, luxurious interior sets that look as if they're made of icing sugar, extremely phony-looking studio exteriors and the vigour with which the musical numbers are staged combine to create the sensation of watching a live action cartoon in which even a compromising photograph used for the purpose of blackmail is in colour!


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