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Darpan (1970)

A Teacher from Siddharth College, Balraj Dutt (Sunil Dutt) from a well-known, wealthy, and reputed family falls in love with a former prostitute, Madhvi (Waheeda Rehman) and despite of ... See full summary »

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Balraj Dutt
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Madhvi
Sonia Sahni ...
Bijli
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Vinod
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Mrs. Dutt
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Dadima
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Mukri
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Rickshawala
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Lachchi
Baby Guddi
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A Teacher from Siddharth College, Balraj Dutt (Sunil Dutt) from a well-known, wealthy, and reputed family falls in love with a former prostitute, Madhvi (Waheeda Rehman) and despite of opposition from his family, marries her, complications arise. The elder brother (Rehman), now married, recognizes Madhvi, as he had spent romantic nights with her. Then arrives Vinod (Ramesh Deo), a family friend, from the United States of America, with full approval for the marriage until he actually meets and then he too recognizes Madhvi, as he had spent some romantic nights with her. How will Madhvi continue to live her married life with the mirror reflecting her past? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Quite Good.
5 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

The story of the movie, as it should be, was the main reason for me liking this movie. I thought the screenplay was written quite well, although some unnecessary scenes could have been edited out.

Performances of almost all the actors were proficient. But both Sunil Dutt and Waheeda Rehman really carried the movie forward and excelled in their roles. Although the pace of the movie was slow, but the director did well in conveying the story.

Overall, it was a good movie and would recommend it to all those who like watching movies with good, strong story lines.

I wouldn't mind watching it again.


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