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Milan (1967)

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On the banks of the holy River Ganga, Gopi, a ferryman conducts an unconsummated romance with Radha, a girl from the upper classes. At the same time, he rejects the advances of Gauri, a ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sunil Dutt ...
Gopikishan 'Gopi'
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Radha
Jamuna ...
Gauri
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Rajendra
Surendra Nath ...
Radha's dad
Shyama ...
Gauri's Step-mother
Deven Verma ...
Ram Vishwanath Rai
Leela Mishra ...
Nani (as Leela Misra)
Mukri ...
Jaggu
Aruna Rai ...
(as Arun Rai)
Lata Arora
Vinod Sharma
Swaraj Gurta
T.M. Swamy
Joshi
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On the banks of the holy River Ganga, Gopi, a ferryman conducts an unconsummated romance with Radha, a girl from the upper classes. At the same time, he rejects the advances of Gauri, a girl from his own village, who is attracting the unwanted attention of Radha's lecherous uncle. Fate is not kind to them. Radha is married off to a man she doesn't care for and Gopi is severely beaten by thugs sent by Radha's uncle after he prevents him from molesting Gauri. Radha's husband dies suddenly and she returns home in disgrace to find her father is dangerously ill. However, the attraction between Radha and Gopi remains as strong as ever and ugly rumours start to circulate about the nature of their relationship - for which Gopi blames the jealous Gauri. Emotions come to the boil and tragedy results. Fortunately, for all concerned, another birth awaits them...... Written by van Goethem

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Remake of Mooga Manasulu (1963) See more »

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Mubarak Ho Sabko Samah Yeh Suhana, Main Khush Hoon Mere Ansuoh Pe Na Jaana, Me Toh Diwana Diwana Diwana
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Sung by Mukesh
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar (as Laxmikant) and Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma (as Pyarelal)
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Milan(1967)
25 July 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

I first saw this film in 1968 and was totally enchanted by its music.Seeing it again here in 2008 i am still mesmerized by the haunting tune of " hum tum yug yug se..."! The story is nothing new and very entrenched in Hinduism.The Surender and Pran characters are slap stick and far removed from reality owning to the flimsy plot of the whole film.Nutan is her usual self; simple,noble and endearing.Sunil Dutt is at home with the boatman and there aren't many who would have played Gopi better.Nutan's age is a negative factor but her overall performance nullify this.The script gets bogged down in Hindu dogma but the music is a revelation! One of those moods of greatness that once in a lifetime put the poet and musician in total harmony with each other.Even if the film will be forgotten the music will never cease to amaze and delight.Jumna acted well but her acting is a take off of Vyjantimala of "Gunga Jumna".


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