Sunil and his father, Wilson, con a rich man into believing that Sunil is his long lost son. Only the mother, who is also separated from her husband, the rich man, can identify who her son ... See full summary »

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Nisha
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Sunil Sharma (Sunny) (as Kamala Haasan)
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Banke Bihari Patnewala
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Ramlal Sharma / Seth Manhorilal
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Robinson
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Wilson
Seema Deo ...
Sudha Sharma (as Seema)
Neelu Arora ...
(as Neilu Arora)
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Bulbuli
Samina Kashmiri
Yasmin Khan
Mala Jaggi
Azaad Irani ...
Gulab - Henchman (as Azad)
Bhooshan
Birbal ...
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Sunil and his father, Wilson, con a rich man into believing that Sunil is his long lost son. Only the mother, who is also separated from her husband, the rich man, can identify who her son is. Notable songs: "Jitne bhi to kar le situm, hahs hahs ke sanghenge hum, yeh pyar na hoga kum, sanam teri kasam..."; "Shishey ke gharon me dekho to pathar dilwale basthe hai, jo pyar ko khel samajthe hain, aur todh ke dil ko hastein hain...". Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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6 May 1982 (India)  »

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I Swear by My Beloved  »

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remake of Nasir Hussain films
1 June 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Nasir Hussain (uncle of Aamir Khan and father of Mansoor Khan) made a couple of films with the same storyline like Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon with Joy Mukherjee and Asha Parekh. Sanam Teri Kasam is a remake of these movies. A man suspects his wife of having a affair. She leaves him taking her son with her. Man comes to know that his wife was innocent and searches her but she doesn't want anything to do with him. He adopts a girl and brings her up and becomes rich. Now the son is grown (Kamal Hassan) falls in love with the adopted girl (Reena Roy) and the father is against the union. The father thinks that someone else is his son (Ranjeet) and wants Reena to marry his son. If it had not been for R.D. Burman (another Nasir Hussain standard) this film would be forgettable. Gems like Sanam Teri Kasam (by kishore and a version by Asha), Jaana O Meri Jaana and other songs make this film watchable.


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