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Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi (1966)

| Drama, Romance
Jitendra Gupta lives a poor lifestyle in Calcutta, India, along with his elder and widowed sister, and a niece named Sushma. He works in the editorial department of a leading newspaper. He ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amita Sinha
Jitendra 'Jiten' Gupta
Sunita Sinha
Rehman ...
Mr. Varma
Vikram Varma
Chunnilal 'Chunni'
Badri Prasad
Moni Chatterjee
Mumtaz Begum ...
Jitendra's sister
Paul Mahendra
Radheshyam ...
(as Radhe Shyam)


Jitendra Gupta lives a poor lifestyle in Calcutta, India, along with his elder and widowed sister, and a niece named Sushma. He works in the editorial department of a leading newspaper. He unauthorizedly exposes unscrupulous persons that are related to the newspaper's board of directors, leading to him being reprimanded by the Managing Director, Amita Sinha, and being forced to resign. Amita does have a change of heart, when she finds out that he had printed the truth, not only reinstates him but promotes him as the Chief Editor, and falls in love with him. Amita lives a wealthy lifestyle with her sister, Sunita, and is all set to tell her the good news that she finds out that Sunita has fallen in love with him also. Amita decides to give up on Jitendra in her sisters' interest. Shortly thereafter she receives a marriage proposal from wealthy Vikram Varma, the brother of a Director of the newspaper, for Sunita's hand. Will Amita seek this opportunity to wed Sunita with Vikram - and ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Guru Dutt's last offering


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Guru dutt shoot for this film and after his sudden demise dharmanda played his role. See more »


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Waiting for the spring
25 August 2010 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

Known as Guru Dutt's final offering as a producer, Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi is generally a nice and enjoyable movie. The story, taking place in the editorial department of a leading newspaper, is not particularly fresh and is even a bit typical towards the end, and maybe it's just what it seems to be today. Mala Sinha plays Amita, the managing director of her late father's company who wishes to entail his legacy of printing a reliable paper based on truth and fairness. The entire concept involving the daily life of people at the offices of the newspaper press, and the values people work with is actually very well presented. It is the triangular love story that was a bit tiresome and kind of uninspiring to me, and sadly at some point it took over the much more interesting proceedings involving the newspaper, which were much more socially relevant. In its favour it can be said that the film benefits from an almost uniformly well-written script and good dialogues. The songs are very good but they are not very suitable and some of them come in overly close proximities in the movie, dragging the narrative. The acting is very good. Mala Sinha successfully creates a tough screen persona of a strong and decisive woman with a soft inside. Dharmendra plays the young, idealistic and stubborn young man yet again, and he does it well. Tanuja is bubbly and effective in a role that I think the film would have been better without. Towards the end the film becomes increasingly intense and melodramatic and I did not like the tragic ending. But the bottom line is that Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi is a watchable movie from Hindi cinema's golden era and it's a worthy effort, particularly for those who enjoy watching Guru Dutt's cinema.

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