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Gateway of India (1957)

A woman encounters assorted suitors/suspicious characters while on the run from killers.

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(as Om Prakash)
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Complete credited cast:
Bharat Bhushan ...
Prakash
Pradeep Kumar ...
Kishore
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Anju
Raj Mehra ...
Raj - Brothel Patron
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Man with broken wrist watch
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Johnny Walker - Spritualist
Anita Guha ...
Kishore's Girlfriend
Master Bhagwan ...
Man with 7 deceased wives
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Chandan
Sunder ...
Suspicious Man Outside Club
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The happenings of one night. A young heiress, on the run from her murderous uncle, roams the streets of Bombay where she runs into a series of shady characters. To escape from them, she makes a rendezvous with all of them to meet her early next morning at the Gateway of India, which also happens to be the locale for some covert criminal activity involving her uncle, the idea being to nab the crooks red-handed. Written by Hrishi Dixit <hrishi@slb.com>

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Master MadanMohan was the Music Director. In those days, Music made the movie. MadanMohan composed many melodic songs for the Gateway of India. See more »

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Fabulous entertainment from a matchless beauty
8 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

In the scope of one night the film brings to light various dark characters loose on the streets and climaxes in an efficient exposure of their deeds on the break of dawn at the Gateway of India.

A thoroughly enjoyable film no doubt, with eyes constantly riveted on Madhubala who turns in a captivating performance. The film is another example of a socio-entertainment theme of the mid fifties (Jagte Raho being another)which takes a view of the murky world of anti-social elements after sundown.

Madhubala's bewitching beauty and the effortless manner she lures the anti-social elements is worth a watch. Adding immense listening pleasure is the Madan Mohan tuned mesmerizing number 'Do ghadi woh jo paas aa baithe'. A 'must see' for sure!


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