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Yash Chopra wanted Laxmikant Pyarelal for the film. Lyricist Sahir was against the idea because he did not believe Laxmikant Pyarelal could do justice to his lyrics. He told Yash Chopra to sign another composer or give him back his songs. See more »
Sometimes the thought crosses my mind / That you were made for me. / Before this you lived among the stars / You were called to earth for me. / Sometimes the thought crosses my mind / That your body, your eyes are in trust for me. / The dense shade of your hair is for me alone, / These lips, these arms are in my trust. / Sometimes the thought crosses my mind / As if wedding music plays on the road. / It is our wedding night and I'm lifting your veil... / You're melting in my arms, ...
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Kabhi Kabhi Sometimes life comes in full circle!
Kabhi Kabhi Sometimes life comes in full circle! Amit (Amitabh) loves Pooja (Rakhee) since college days.
Pooja gets married to Vijay (Shashi) and conceives Vicky (Rishi).
Vicky falls in love with Pinky (Neetu) an adopted daughter of the Kapoors.
Pinky is the illegitimate (pre-marital sex locha) child of Anjali (Waheeda).
Anjali is wife of Amit! Anjaili gives birth (legitimate this time)to Sweetie after sleeping with Amit (her husband).
Sweetie falls in love with Vicky! Vicky rejects Sweetie earning the wrath of Amit for Amit was a failure in love himself and it hurt him to see that Sweetie would have to live-on with unrequited love more or less like father, like daughter also like mother since her mother (Waheeda) too had been in love with someone else and was afraid to confess to Amit about her pre-marital sex, pregnancy and even delivery! Such a huge secret was hidden by Waheeda!! So a sad Amit reluctantly married an even sadder Waheeda (she was a mother after all who had given birth to a 'nanhi-pari' but never could shower her love on her sob-sniff) and they 'copulated' lovelessly thereby giving birth to an entity like Sweetie whose love for Vicky went unrequited! Like Parent, Like Children amazing huh!!
Mind it a 1976 film pre-marital sex and associated lochas are ramphant why on earth do the oldies scream and shout at the youngsters saying that the current generation has gone to the dogs! Even they were not adhering to chastity or virginity how come they expect their sons and daughters...kith and kin to behave all nice and decent and chaste!? Pooja's heart, mind and soul remains with Amit body with Vijay. Only Vijay is the one who seems to not have had any locha affair but what does he get as a reward? Pooja's body well most Indian husbands will quite agree that it is enough heart, mind and soul are difficult things to handle it is better that the female handles it all alone which maximum wives do by dwelling in their reverie with some distant (existing or non-existing) dream lover!
Life & Compromise - So Pathetic Indeed!
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