Of unknown parentage, as he was abandoned as a child, calling himself Brahmachari (Shammi Kapoor) lives in a heavily mortgaged house, with twelve other young orphans, and a servant/former thief (Mohan Choti). He struggles everyday to make ends meet. He cons the neighbouring landlord (Asit Sen)into forcibly giving him money so that they do not make any noise when he is showing the house to prospective tenants. One day he rescues Sheetal Choudhary (Rajshree) from killing herself. She was killing herself as her childhood betrothed, Ravi Khanna (Pran), is refusing to marry now that she is poor and the Khannas are wealthy. Brahmachari commits himself to helping groom and educate Sheetal so that she can meet with the high standards of Ravi and thus win his heart. In turn she must pay him enough money to clear the mortgage loan from his house. In this process he falls in love with her, but is committed to the children more than ever before, and Sheetal is determined to win back Ravi at any ... Written by
Mr. Brahmachari And Family Have Come To Town!
Did You Know?
The song "Aajkal Tere Mere Pyaar Ke Charche" , is usually thought to be sung by Lata Mangeshkar but it was in fact sung by Suman Kalyanpur. The confusion results from the fact that the quality of Suman Kalyanpur's voice is similar to Lata Mangeshkar's at times. See more
Referenced in Gippi
Tarfi Kya Karoon
Sung by Mohammad Rafi
Music composed by Shankarsingh Raghuwanshi
and Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal
Lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri See more