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Dilip, spoilt and careless grandson of wealthy Rai Bahadur, is in love with film actress Nayantara and wants to marry her. However, Nayantara wants to marry him only for his wealth. Rai ... See full summary »

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S.N. Banerjee ...
Matadeen
Sunalini Devi ...
Mummy alias Nayantara's mother
Bipin Gupta ...
Rai Bahadur / Dadaji
Kaushalya ...
Nayantara
Ashok Kumar ...
Mr. Ashok Kumar
Kishore Kumar ...
Rajju
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Kiran
Randhir ...
Director Saheb
Shivraj ...
Doctor
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Dilip, spoilt and careless grandson of wealthy Rai Bahadur, is in love with film actress Nayantara and wants to marry her. However, Nayantara wants to marry him only for his wealth. Rai Bahadur totally disapproves this. However, film actor Ashok Kumar knows the truth as he also loves Nayantara. Dilip, unaware of Nayantara's ulterior motives, deceives Rai Bahadur time & again. On a day, Rai Bahadur with the help of his doctor friend, plays a trick. He pretends to be on his death bed and asks Dilip to change his ways. Dilip tries to assure him that he is out of the alliance with Nayantara and is in love with a nice girl who he plans to marry with. Rai Bahadur asks him to bring that girl in. Helpless Dilip ropes in Kiran. Rai Bahadur likes Kiran and hires her to take care of his house and himself until Dilip marries her. Unwillingly, Dilip co-op with the situation but falls in love with Kiran as he is now aware of what Nayantara wants. But he cannot marry Kiran as Nayantara starts ... Written by Vinod Arya

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A nice movie with quote familiar plot
30 March 2014 | by (Dubai) – See all my reviews

A good movie on a very familiar plot. We have been watching at least a couple of movies ever decade on the same story but this one has been created nicely. Dev Anand is good as Dilip. Meena Kumari looks cute & innocent and plays her part well. Ashok Kumar in a cameo is good too. Kishore Kumar leaves a mark with one of his early works. Koushalya as Nayantara looks struggling. Bipin Gupta is flawless. Randhir delivers a good performance. Khemchand Prakash's music is too good with at least one popular song 'Khali Pili Kahe Ko Bomb'. This light hearted comedy movie does not have over the top scenes and dialogues so you will like it.


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