Bitter hatred had always existed between two Rajput families, namely those of Bharat Singh and Prithviraj Singh, resulting in the death of Bharat's nephew. Years later, Prithviraj's son ... See full summary »

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Dharamraj Singh / Thakur Prithviraj Singh
Poonam Dhillon ...
Leela
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Kumar Deshraj Singh
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Bharat Singh
Anita Raj ...
Padmini Singh (as Anita Raaj)
Pradeep Kumar ...
Pir Saab
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Ram Singh (as Satyen Kapoo)
Yunus Parvez ...
Sarwar Sheikh
Yogeeta Bali ...
Mrs. Sunaina Dharamraj Singh (as Yogita Bali)
Neena Gupta ...
Salma
Babli
Sharad Qazilbash
Gajanan Jagirdar
Yasmin ...
Rinkoo
Trilok Kapoor
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Bitter hatred had always existed between two Rajput families, namely those of Bharat Singh and Prithviraj Singh, resulting in the death of Bharat's nephew. Years later, Prithviraj's son Dharamraj gets married to Sunaina, who gives birth to a baby boy named Deshraj. On Deshraj's 10th birthday, Prithviraj goes to make peace with Bharat and invites him for a birthday party, which Bharat attends, but there is no end to the animosity - which results in the death of Prithviraj, when his chauffeur, Chandu, is bribed and manipulated by Bharat and his men. Dharamraj is beside himself with anger, he poisons Chandu, and sends Deshraj to the U.S. to continue his studies and live in a safer atmosphere. Years later, Deshraj returns home, meets and falls in love with a young woman named Leela, who is none other than Chandu's daughter. Fearing for his son's life, Dharamraj proposes peace with Bharat and would like his son to marry Bharat's daughter, Padmini. When Deshraj refuses to marry Padmini, ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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7 September 1984 (India)  »

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After Laila release, Sawan Kumar, had anounced a 3D film, tittled. Shantidoot with Sanjay Dutt and Mandakini & music by Usha Khanna, this film was never made. At that time 3D films like Shiva Ka Insaaf & Saamri were made. See more »

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