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Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)

Amar Doraiswamy is the only child of multi-millionaire businessman, who lives in a palatial house in Goa, India, along with his wife. Amar introduces a close, but poor friend, Ram, to his ... See full summary »

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Sushma Rai
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Ram Kumar
Biswajeet ...
Amar
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Mrs. Doraiswamy
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Ram's Mother (as Leela Misra)
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Doraiswamy's business partner
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Rai (as Jagdeeshraj)
Madhumati
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Lalita (as Meena)
Uday Chandrika ...
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Uma Devi
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Doraiswamy
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Lalit
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Amar Doraiswamy is the only child of multi-millionaire businessman, who lives in a palatial house in Goa, India, along with his wife. Amar introduces a close, but poor friend, Ram, to his father, who employs him conditionally. Amar falls in love with a woman named Sushma Rai, and asks Ram to pen a love letter and poem for her. Sushma gets to read the letter and the poem, and thinking that Ram is Amar, falls in love with him. She meets him, and he is also unknowingly attracted to her, both feel that they are inseparable soul-mates. Then Ram gets a shock when he finds out that Sushma is Amar's intended and decides to stay away from her. But Sushma has other plans, for she intends to marry Ram at any cost, not realizing that by doing this, she is placing not only Ram's life, but also the lives of two other individuals, namely Uma Devi and Lalit, in jeopardy. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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O Mere Bairaagi Banwra
Music by Sachin Dev Burman
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
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Rather a disappointment from a celebrated director like Ramesh Sahgal.l
13 August 1999 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Ramesh Saigal, who had earlier given films like "Shaheed" starring Dilip Kumar, Kamini Kaushal and Chandramohan, "Shikast" starring Dilip Kumar again with Nalini Jaywant, as also "Railway Platform", in which he introduced Sunil Dutt, has not given a film meeting his standards. Dharmendra and Sadhna are adequate. The only highlight of the movie is the musical score by Sachin Dev Burman. Lata Mangeshkar's numbers are all beautiful, including "Tum mujhse door chale jaana na", "Main to tere rang rati", "O' mere bairagi bhanwra", and "Sach kehti hai duniya, isaq par zor nahin" are lovely numbers. Another beautiful number is the Lata - Rafi duet, "Yeh dil diwana hai, dil to diwana hai". Rafi's "Mehbooba teri tasveer" is also good.


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