After completing his medical studies, Gopal (Rajendra Kumar) takes a break and goes on holiday in Kashmir. There he meets with Usha (Sadhana) and both fall in love with each other. Back ...
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After completing his medical studies, Gopal (Rajendra Kumar) takes a break and goes on holiday in Kashmir. There he meets with Usha (Sadhana) and both fall in love with each other. Back home, Gopal has a close friend, Ramesh (Feroze Khan), whose dad (Brahm Bhardwaj) wants him to marry Usha as an arranged marriage. Ramesh likes Usha and is willing to marry her. In the meantime, Gopal finds out that Ramesh is going to be married to Usha and decides not to pursue his romance with Usha. When Ramesh and Gopal's sister, Sarla (Nazima) convince Gopal that Usha only loves him, he reveals a dark secret to them, which may convince them that he is not right for Usha. Written by
Ramanand Sagar was picturising a song on outdoor location, he had ordered many beautiful artificial flowers which looked like real from far east and had put it there on sets and it looked very beatiful. Then a minister of that place visited the sets and he thought the flowers were real and was very happy, liked the flowers,was impressed very much and told Ramanand Sagar that he dint know beatiful flowers grow in his town. Ramanand Sagar told him flowers dont grow there and he has kept imported artificials flowers. See more »
This is my favourite Hindi film featuring two of my favourites - Rajendra Kumar and Sadhana. Of course, it is not soley because of these stars - real stars! -that i love this film. This film has it all - drama, humour, romance and knows how to keep the suspense alive. It all starts with doctor - Rajendra Kumar - heading to Kashmir - where else in the Hindi films of 1960s? - and falling in love with Sadhana, well only after a humorous fracas on the plane. From then on its romance in the form of rajendra kumar singing, courtesy of Mohd. Rafi, and then you get beautiful songs like nargisee mastana. But a Hindi film is never a Hindi film unless it has a bit of tragedy thrown in it, and do you expect anything else when legendary Rajendra Kumar is in this film? He really knows how to string a tragic note with his emoting which is endearing. As for Sadhana, she is beautiful and matches Kumar all the way, and she shows how it is done. There is something natural about the yesteryear stars that current crop of actors lack big time. As for the supporting actors, Feroz khan, Nazima and Nazir Hussain lend a solid support.
What is the tragedy Rajendra Kumar gets? why does he keep away from Sadhana and dumps her? Will Feroz Khan marry Sadhana instead? What will happen.... You will have to see it yourself.!
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