Desperate to earn money to support his extended family, Mohan becomes entangled in a web of deceit when he tells a lie in order to obtain a secretarial job in the city with the wealthy Mr ... See full summary »

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Mohan
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Radha
Anjali Kadam ...
Shobha (as Anjali)
Manmohan Krishna ...
Kamalrai Mansukhlal
Durga Khote ...
Janki
Jagdeep ...
Sunder
Bela Bose ...
Roopesh Kumar ...
Rasdas
Karan Dewan ...
Doctor
Ram Mohan ...
Ranjan - Kamalrai's employee
Sudhir Kumar ...
Manohar's Brother
Meena T. ...
Sudha (as Meena)
C.S. Dubey ...
Raghunandan's dad (as Dube)
Viju Khote ...
Raghunandan - Sudha's prospective groom (as Vijay Khote)
Deepak
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Desperate to earn money to support his extended family, Mohan becomes entangled in a web of deceit when he tells a lie in order to obtain a secretarial job in the city with the wealthy Mr Rai. He says he isn't married. But he is. Mr Rai has a daughter with a heart condition. She's confined to a wheelchair but Mohan has more than a mild therapeutic effect on her and she is soon up and running - running after him. Meanwhile, back in the village, the money he has been sending home is being filched by his greedy sister. Soon, mother, wife and a flock of children come looking for him and Mohan finds himself leading a double life in an increasingly desperate effort to avoid all parties learning the truth. Written by van Goethem

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"I Love She More [Rum Is Not Meh Lover] " by D Hitman was a cover version of "Badi Mastani Hain". See more »

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Remade as Bharya Biddalu (1971) See more »

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Chanda Ko Dhundne Sabhi Tarey Nikal Padhey
Performed by Mohammad Rafi
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma (as Laxmikant-Pyarelal)
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The way of living
18 March 2004 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Possibly the best movie of Jeetendra!

PLOT

Jeetendra, a village boy just out of college, is married to Anjali. He is in city in search of a job but there isn't any! Tanuja is a wheel chair bound girl! Whose father hires Jeetendra on condition that Jeetendra should not be married. Tanuja falls in love with Jeetendra and the feelings seems to be mutual. Tanuja recovers with Jeetendra's encouragement. What will be next? Will she discover that he is married? Or will he come out of his marriage? Is he a lier?

DIRECTION AND ACTING

Everyone is competent and does job well. Frankly, there are flaws in script an plot, but one does not notice while watching movie, not until one starts analyzing the flaws would surface. This is because the direction and acting is good and so the editing, leaving very little scope for audience to think while watching the movie. The run time is to enjoy and thats what this movie precisely does.

As a matter of fact, when you discover in the opening scene that Jeetendra is married to an unknown face and Tanuja is yet to come

SONGS AND MUSIC Music is very good the songs "Aane se jiske aaye bahaar, jaane se jiske jaaye bahaar...", "Chanda ko dhundane sabhi taare nikal pare...", "Ek banjara gaaye..." are very good.

Overall the movie is enjoyable - my rating is 9.5/10 as I could see it again and again....


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