After discovery of skeletal remains at an excavation site, a woman known to be deceased for over 2 centuries mysteriously re-surfaces to claim her lover.

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A widower Professor, who lives a wealthy lifestyle in Northern India, along with his daughter, Reeta, who is engaged to Suraj, is presently conducting an archaeological excavation along with the help of his assistant, Rakesh. They come across skeletal remains of a female corpse as well as a well-sculpted statue. Subsequently he is displeased when Reeta tells him that Suraj is showing an unusual interest in a woman named Kiran. He gets to meet her during his daughter's birthday party and notices that she is wearing jewelry similar to the one worn by the corpse. Further investigation reveal that she has been killed over 2 centuries ago, and has re-surfaced to claim Suraj, her lover from a past life, on the next full moon. The Professor counsels Suraj and even threatens to ensure his disinheritance, but the latter refuses to stop seeing her - not knowing that soon Kiran will ask him to make the ultimate sacrifice so that their souls can be re-united forever - while a gun-toting Reeta is ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Aap Se Maine Meri Jaan Mohabbat Ki Hai
Music by O.P. Nayyar
Lyrics by S.H. Bihari
Performed by Mohammad Rafi, Asha Bhosle
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a beautiful movie to watch
21 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

a beautiful film to watch for its songs & music, cinematography, locations, acting, story and direction in that order. Biswajeet looked too handsome, needless to say Sharmila Tagore's beauty equally matched his looks. This film would have been a big hit if it was shot in colour format instead of black and white. Melodious songs provide a canopy to this whole film, with the best being 'Main Shayad Tumhare' by Asha, very well interwoven with the story, the next one being 'Phir miloge kabhi' by Rafi, followed by 'Yehi Woh Jagah Hai' by Asha again and the rest of them are good to the ears too! hats off to music director O.P.Nayyar. It is a privilege from Bollywood to its viewers to bring out beautiful films on subject of mysterious women consistently over a period of time. Rarely have such films failed to enthrall its viewers, with its story, music and locations, starting from Mahal in 1949, followed by Bees Saal baad, Kohra, Woh kaun thi, Raaz etc. Overall an excellent film to watch.


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