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Director:
Writers:
Raj Kapoor (story)
V.P. Sathe (screenplay)
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Release Date:
25 July 1985 (India) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
Ganga Singh lives near Gangotri with her brother, Karam. One day she comes to the assistance of a young man... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
5 wins See more »
NewsDesk:
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Rajiv Kapoor ... Narendra "Naren" Sahay
Divya Rana ... Radha B. Choudhary

Saeed Jaffrey ... Kunj Bihari (as Saeed Jaffry)

Kulbhushan Kharbanda ... Jeeva Sahay
Raza Murad ... Bhagwat Choudhary
Sushma Seth ... Mrs. Sahay (as Shushma Seth)
Trilok Kapoor ... Professor
Krishan Dhawan ... Manilal
Vishwa Mehra ... Postbabu (as Wishwa Mehra)
Urmila Bhatt ... Rajeshwaribai
Gita Siddharth ... Mrs. J. Sahai
A.K. Hangal ... Brij Kishore
Gautam Sarin ... Naren's fellow student
Monty Nath ... Naren's fellow student who lost his watch (as Monty)
Kamaldeep ... Chamanlal (as Kamal Deep)
Rakesh Bedi ... Piyush
Mandakini ... Ganga Singh
Jagdish Raj ... Police Inspector
Reshma
Tom Alter ... Karam Singh
Avtar Gill ... Chander B. Kishore
C.S. Dubey ... Pandit
Nandini
Raj Rani ... Pandit's wife
Swapna Singh
Javed Khan ... Manglu
Syed Hashmi
Parmar
Gurvinder Singh
Pritam Sharma
Sunil Varma
Donial Burman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rajesh Vivek ... Cremator (uncredited)

Directed by
Raj Kapoor 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Raj Kapoor  story
V.P. Sathe  screenplay
K.K. Singh  dialogue
K.K. Singh  screenplay
Jyoti Swaroop  screenplay

Produced by
Randhir Kapoor .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ravindra Jain 
 
Cinematography by
Radhu Karmakar 
 
Film Editing by
Raj Kapoor 
 
Art Direction by
Suresh Sawant 
 
Costume Design by
Bhanu Athaiya 
Satyawan 
 
Makeup Department
Bachubhai .... makeup artist (Girish) (as Bachu Pai)
Pappu Gondane .... assistant makeup artist (as Pappu)
Gopal .... assistant makeup artist
Madhu .... assistant makeup artist
Madhav Pai .... makeup artist
Sherry .... hair stylist (as Sheri)
Vidya .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
V.S. Mahadevan .... production manager (as Mahadevan V.S.)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arun Gupta .... assistant director
Syed Hashmi .... assistant director (as Syed J. Hashmi)
S. Kalachandra .... chief assistant director
 
Art Department
Shankar Chougle .... assistant art director (as Shankar Chowgule)
A.G. Kadam .... assistant art director
Priten Patil .... assistant art director (as P. Patil)
 
Sound Department
Datta Bhowad .... assistant sound
Mangesh Desai .... sound re-recordist: Raj Kamal
Hitendra Ghosh .... associate re-recordist
Sunil Mishra .... sound assistant (as Sunil Misra)
Allauddin Khan Qureshi .... audiographer (as Allauddin)
 
Stunts
Veeru Devgan .... stunt coordinator: thrills
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Shantaram Bhonsle .... assistant camera (as S. Bhosle)
P.B. Chowdhary .... assistant camera (as P. Chowdhary)
Ankush Kokate .... assistant camera
Subodh Roy .... assistant camera
Sushil Roy .... camera operator: second unit
S.T. Salunke .... chief electrician (as S.T. Salonke)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Krishna D. Fuse .... costumes in charge (as Krishna)
Vishnu Vellar .... costumes in charge (as Vishnu Verale)
 
Editorial Department
Arun Bhatt .... film processing
Dilip .... assistant editor
R. Hiralal .... assistant editor (as Hiralal)
Jeethu Mandal .... associate editor
Navneet .... assistant editor
M.H. Rizvi .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Nirmala Devi .... playback singer
Lata Mangeshkar .... playback singer
Bhushan Mehta .... assistant music (as Bhushan)
Ramanlal .... music recordist: song and background music, Famous Recording Studio, Tardeo
Suresh Wadkar .... playback singer
 
Transportation Department
Mohanbali .... manager: factory, transport and security (as Mohan Bali)
 
Other crew
K.L. Bhasin .... business manager: distribution
Suresh Bhatt .... choreographer
Harish Bibra .... secretary: Shri Raj Kapoor
Ashok Kaul .... production controller
P.N. Khanna .... general manager
Jagdish Lal .... assistant: factory, security, studio, production
Subhash B. Mohile .... office chartered accountant
A. Mulla .... projectionist (as Mulla)
P.G. Prabhu .... assistant processing (as Prabhu)
Bunny Reuben .... publicist
N. Salian .... studio manager
V.P. Sathe .... publicity agent
Bharat S. Shah .... presenter
Ram Prasad Thakur .... assistant: factory, security, studio, production (as Ram Thakur)
Y.R. Virkud .... projectionist (as Yeshwant)
 

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Final film of Raj Kapoor.See more »
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Referenced in Touring Talkies (2013)See more »

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8 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
All pomp and no glory!, 8 July 2004
Author: Murali Chari from California

Raj Kapoor is supposed to be the ultimate showman of Bollywood. He does some justice to this image by choosing spectacular locales along with some great music and photography.

However, there is nothing new this movie offers. It's an unconvincing love story set right at the foot of Himalayas, between a rich guy and a poor girl. How they meet, get separated and finally get united in the end forms the core of the story.

Most of the Indians would remember this movie as the first one, at least the first blockbuster, where the heroine openly bares her breasts. (Such exposure is not very common in Indian movies.)

Apart from that dubious distinction, there is not much else.

The music is a blast and worth listening to. Give the movie itself a skip.

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