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Tere Mere Sapne (1971)

 -  Musical | Drama | Family  -  13 May 1971 (India)
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Dr. Anand Kumar attains his degree in medicine and re-locates to a small village to assist the local doctors there. Upon arrival, he is met by the ailing Dr. Prasad and his wife, and hired ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Dr. Anand Kumar
Mumtaz ...
Nisha Patel / Nisha Kumar
Mahesh Kaul ...
Dr. Prasad Kaul
Vijay Anand ...
Dr. Jagannath Kothari
Agha ...
Dr. Bhutani
Tabassum ...
Maltimala's Hairdresser
Paro ...
Mrs. Prasad
Leela Mishra ...
Nisha's aunt (as Leela Misra)
D.K. Sapru ...
Phoolchand (as Sapru)
Jayshree T. ...
Dancer in song "Mera Saajan Phool Kamal Ka"
Mumtaz Begum ...
Maltimala's Mother
Prem Nath ...
Seth. Madhochand
Dulari ...
Phoolchand's Wife
Rajpal
V. Gopal ...
Chemist
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Dr. Anand Kumar attains his degree in medicine and re-locates to a small village to assist the local doctors there. Upon arrival, he is met by the ailing Dr. Prasad and his wife, and hired on a salary of Rs.250/- per month. He meets with the other doctors namely Dr. Kothari, an alcoholic, and Dr. Bhutani, a dentist. Anand finds that he is saddled with all of Kothari's work as well his own due to the reason that Kothari is drunk every night. He nevertheless carries on, aided by the local school-teacher, Nisha Patel, who he eventually marries. Then one day a proud father, Phoolchand, gives a baksheesh to Anand for the safe delivery of his first-born. This does not auger well with Mrs. Prasad and she fires Anand. Anand and Nisha re-locate to Bombay, and after sometime Anand establishes himself as a leading doctor, is honored for his thesis, and gets to be the personal doctor of a leading Bollywood actress Maltimala. When Dr. Kothari and Dr. Bhutani go to visit them, they find while Nisha... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Classic.....
4 December 2013 | by (Nepal) – See all my reviews

As the credits given in the beginning, the film is dedicated to the noblest profession of the world - medicine. Directed by Vijay Anand, the film presents a clash between the professional ethics of a doctor and his greed for money. It has been shown through Dr. Anand, played by Dev Anand, who goes to a village to assist the local people. In course of his career, he rises and starts to forget his ethics and even his wife. Story-wise the film is commendable which deals with medical profession which still seems to be relevant in the present day. The story has been told through the relationship between a husband and wife (played by Dev Anand and Mumtaz) which brings the true essence of the film which in every instance looks quite natural.

Some of the songs of the film have turned classics like "Le maine kasam li." Performance wise, I liked Mumtaz better than Dev Anand. She was considered a very hot pair with Rajesh Khanna those days, but she makes a tremendous performance with DEv Anand as well. Dev Anand gets the central role and he looks good in few emotional scenes. But the one to steal the show was Vijay Anand, who kind of overshadows Dev Anand at instances. However, the film is not without flaws. The film is lengthy, contains many songs that hinder the flow, and few sequences like that of Hema Malini gets dragging. But still the film is a classic and I had a nice time watching it.

Rating: 3 stars out of 4


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