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Ghar Ho To Aisa (1990)

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The Kumar family consists of Ramprasad, his wife, Durga; their married son, Vijay, his wife, Sharda, their daughter, Pinky; a married daughter who lives with them, Kanchan, her husband, ... See full summary »

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Amar R. Kumar
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Seema
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Vijay R. Kumar
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Sharda V. Kumar
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Durga R. Kumar
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Bajrangi
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Karamchand
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Ramprasad Kumar
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Kanchan
Sonika Gill
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Dwarkaprasad
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Devki
Urmila Bhatt ...
Neeta's mother-in-law
Jayshree T. ...
Neeta
C.S. Dubey ...
Mahajan
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The Kumar family consists of Ramprasad, his wife, Durga; their married son, Vijay, his wife, Sharda, their daughter, Pinky; a married daughter who lives with them, Kanchan, her husband, Bajrangi, and a son; an unmarried and unemployed son, Amar. Save for Bajrangi and Amar everyone else likes to bully and abuse Sharda and make her do all the house-work, especially Kanchan and Durga who don't even need an excuse to beat, slap her, and even burn her arm in scalding hot water. Amar finds a job with Dwarkaprasad, and falls in love with his daughter, Seema. One day Amar has to be go to Delhi, and four days later when he returns home he finds that Sharda and Pinky are missing, and Sharda's mom, Devki, is dead. He frantically searches for them and comes across their dead bodies. The question remains how did Devki die, and how were Sharda and Pinky killed? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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An unintentionally funny spectacle
14 September 2015 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

One of the many terrible films made during its times - Ghar Ho To Aisa is quite a joke of a film, and one which would have its viewers rightly embarrassed. Melodramatic, badly written, over-the-top and so lacking in production and artistic values that I'm pretty sure any of those involved in it would be quite willing to forget it. That said, the film, like many of its genre would be great as an unintentional comedy. The film has many famous stars including repeating their usual stuff. Anil Kapoor plays his done-to-death happy-go-lucky character, Meenakshi Sheshadree is pretty but obviously wasted, Bindu is, what else, the loud and abusive mother-in-law, Raj Kiran cast in what he used to do so often, while Deepti Naval is wasted as the submissive wife. Kader Khan is the only one who seems to have fun with his part. A silly, silly movie with no redeeming qualities.


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