Professor Vidyadhar teaches Hindi in a college and resides in a flat with his wife, Shobha, and school-going son, Pappu. He leads a fairly routine and mundane life, until a new resident in ... See full summary »

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Professor Vidhyadhar
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Menaka D. Khanna
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Vinod
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Ranjeet D. Das (as Dilip Tahil)
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Manda
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Shobha (Prof's Wife)
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Vaidji (as Anant Mahadevan)
Urmila Bhatt ...
Shobha's Mother
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Dr. Dharam Das
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The Director
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Rai Bahadur Dinanath Khanna
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Panditji
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Pappu
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Professor Vidyadhar teaches Hindi in a college and resides in a flat with his wife, Shobha, and school-going son, Pappu. He leads a fairly routine and mundane life, until a new resident in the flat upstairs moves in - an attractive young actress by the name of Menaka Khanna, the daughter of a wealthy man, Dinanath. Shobha does not approve of her at all and tells her so in quite a candid manner. An enraged Menaka swears she will make Shobha regret her criticism. So she decides to seduce Vidyadhar and does succeed to a considerable extent, and even plays his bride in a commercial for "Vicks Vaporub". When Shobha finds out, she decides to put an end to this affair, and a terrified Vidyadhar consumes a portion that makes him invisible, thus temporarily saving him from his wife's wrath. This does leave his free to pursue Menaka, only to find out that Menaka has two other much younger suitors, namely Ranjit Das and Vinod, and both are not likely to give Menaka that easy - at least not ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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When the shooting of this film had started in 1981, actor Shekhar Suman at that time he he was not yet in films,He started to act in 1984 and his debut film was Utsav. Shekhar Suman had replaced Raj Babbar in two films, Professor Ki Padosan & Pati Parmeshwar. See more »

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Tribute to Sanjeev Kumar
19 February 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Sanjeev Kumar died in 1985, This film was 75% complete before his death so later there changed the script making him invisible and completed the film with some new actors. Due to it's delay, the film looks like an incomplete film, In the climax when Sanjeev Kumar re-appears, suddenly an old footage is used which gives an indication that the film is not complete

Direction is okay, of course the delay does affect Music is okay

Sanjeev Kumar is present for half the film and is good, his dubbing by Sudhesh Bhonsle is good, The film has old actors like Asha Paresh, Mousami Chatergee and there are good, all look younger Aruna Irani is okay, Naseer and rest are passable


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