After years of rivalry, two wealthy men, Lala Karamchand and Lala Jagannath, decide to build their individual bungalows. The trouble is: the architect for both the bungalows is Lala Jagannath's son Rakesh Kumar and the bungalows are situated opposite each other. To complicate matters, Rakesh and Sulekha, Karamchand's daughter, have fallen in love; are aware of the existing animosity between their families; and comically juggle their lives to meet their fathers' expectation. Written by
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When this film was in the making, after the shooting of the song Dil Ka Bhawar Ka Pukar was completed at Kutibinar, one of the Leader of another country, came to see the shooting, but the shooting was over, so the makers started the shooting of the song again from top of Kutibinar to bottom, just to show the Leader the shooting as not let down him. Then after about 18 years later Dev Anand got the Priveledge and was very happy also excited, when the then. Uganda President with his Wife had visited the sets of Swami Dada to watch the shooting. The President and his Wife were in Mumbai and said that they want fo see the shooting of indian film, so then they were taken to Mehboob Studios, on Dev's sets, and were pleased and happy to meet Dev and to see the shooting. See more
Seth Karam Chand
Remember, Rakesh. That house should look like cow dung.
Rakesh Anand Kumar
Would you like to live near cow dung?
Referenced in Shikaar
Sun le tu dil ki sadaa
Sung by Mohammad Rafi See more