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Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke (1963)

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A commercial pilot is arrested and charged with killing his wife's lover.



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Complete credited cast:
Ashok Kumar ...
Advocate Buom Kesh Mukherjee
Sunil Dutt ...
Anilkumar G. Sahni
Leela Naidu ...
Neena A. Sahni
Motilal ...
Prosecutor Ali Khan
Rehman ...
Ashok Srivastava
Rajendra Nath ...
Kewal Kapoor (as Rajendranath)
Shashikala ...
Hari Shivdasani ...
Rai Bahadur Gyanchand Sahni
Mohsin Abdullah ...
Ram Singh (as Mohsin Abdulla)
Iftekhar ...
Junior lawyer (as Iftkhar)
Baby Farida ...
Rita A. Sahni
Raja Amrohi ...
Pawan A. Sahni
Manmohan ...
Vendor at the fair (as Man Mohan)
Shakeel Ahmed
Merlyn ...
Cabaret Dancer


Bombay-based Commercial Pilot, Anilkumar Sahni, while being held in a prison cell, reflects on his romance and subsequent marriage with Paris-born Neena - much to the chagrin of his wealthy widower father, Rai Bahadur Gyanchand Sahni. The couple live harmoniously together and become parents of Rita and Pavan. He introduces his wife to his friends, Kewal Kapoor and Ashok Srivastava, and while he is away on a 4 month trip overseas, Ashok and Neena become friendly and have an affair. When he returns, he notices the change, is enraged, borrows a gun from Kewal and goes to confront Ashok. The confrontation results in the latter's death, and Anilkumar's arrest. His father engages the services of Advocate Buom Kesh Mukherjee, while the Public Prosecutor, Ali Khan, is all set to present evidence and argue that the accused be sentenced to death. Written by rAjOo (

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

£69,566 (UK) (10 August 2001)


£157,743 (UK) (17 August 2001)

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Loosely based on the sensational landmark 'Nanavati Case' - which was India's last trial by jury. Commander Kawas Manekshaw Nanavati was accused of the murder of Prem Ahuja on 27 April 1959 and was finally pardoned by the president. See more »


Referenced in Guddi (1971) See more »


Hawa Ko Dekho
Music by Ravi
Lyrics by Rajendra Krishan (as Rajender Krishan)
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a good movie
3 June 2005 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

This film is a good Sunil Dutt movie but quite a different kinda movie.Sunil Dutt gives a good performance all in all as a husband,whose wife is having an extra-marital affair,.Ashok Kumar gives a good performance as a supporting actor in the role of a lawyer defending Sunil Dutt.The leading lady's performance is also good.Besides the fact that it is based on a true story,it is also said to be the first movie in which a woman was openly shown doing adultery.The direction of the movie is also good however the screenplay lacks in pulling attention especially in the courtroom scene where Sunil Dutt is telling about the whole incident.In my opinion this movie is all in all I would say a good one and deserves to be seen,though I was not happy with the end of the movie.

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