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Saiyan (1951)

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An unusual, tragic saga of star-crossed lovers and a family caught in the calamitous backwash of a forsaken romance. An orphaned village girl is given shelter in a respected home and wooed ... See full summary »

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Saiyan
Ajit ...
Vijay
Sajjan ...
Rajjoo
Raj Mehra ...
Thakor Sahib
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Rani Sahiba
Jayant
Abbas
Ramesh Thakur
Ramesh Sinha
Amar
Amir Ali
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An unusual, tragic saga of star-crossed lovers and a family caught in the calamitous backwash of a forsaken romance. An orphaned village girl is given shelter in a respected home and wooed by the two sons of the family. This, combined with the headstrong, impulsive nature of the younger son, leads to a uniquely disastrous three-way relationship that ruins and ultimately destroys the family. Written by Hrishi Dixit <hrishi@slb.com>

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Remake of Duel in the Sun (1946) See more »

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Khayaalon Mein Tum Ho Nazaaron Mein Tum Ho
Sung by Lata Mangeshkar & chorus
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Just look at Madhubala, forget the movie.
8 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

For a film made in 1951, the theme of the story is mature and quite modern.Eighteen year old Madhubala look ravishingly beautiful, her portrayal of the character is very good. As a vulnerable girl in a strange surrounding who has to decide between the man she loves and the man who loves her. Feudal environment in which the story is taking place is quite realistic. This movie may not be liked by regular movie goes because of its unorthodox plot, but just the presence of Madhubala elevate this movie to a different level. You guest it, I am a fan of her. Now this movie is only available in VHS and even then it is hard to get it. Video quality of the VHS is also bad. I wish a better video quality of the movie was available. If some one knows how to get a DVD/ VCD or good quality VHS, please let me know.


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