Meeta Sen (Tanuja) and Amar Sen (Sanjeev Kumar) have been married for several years. Due to Amar's hectic work schedule, the couple have not had children, as there was no time for intimacy.... See full summary »

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Amar Sen (as Sanjeev)
Tanuja ...
Meeta Sen
Dinesh Thakur ...
Shashi Bhushan (as Dinesh)
A.K. Hangal ...
Hari (as A. K. Hangal)
Paresh Nanda
O.P. Kohli ...
Dr. Kohli
Dhumketu ...
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Lalit Rai ...
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Atul ...
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Subir Sen ...
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Rainer F. Brusten ...
Moshe Andre (Guest Appearance)
N.K. Mukherjee ...
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Kinkar Sinha ...
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Meena Sinha ...
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Subhash Chowdhari ...
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Meeta Sen (Tanuja) and Amar Sen (Sanjeev Kumar) have been married for several years. Due to Amar's hectic work schedule, the couple have not had children, as there was no time for intimacy. Meeta decides to take matters into her own hands, gets rid of the servants, save for Hari (A.K. Hangal), and decides to run the household on her own. This gets the couple to be closer, and eventually they do get intimate. And then Meeta's old flame Shashi Bhushan (Dinesh Thakur) not only re-enters Meeta's life, but also gets employed in the same organization as Amar, throwing their marriage again in jeopardy. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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12 November 1971 (India)  »

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Followed by Aavishkar (1974) See more »

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Koi Chupke Se Aake
Sung by Geeta Dutt
Music composed by Kanu Roy
Lyrics by Kapil Kumar
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A must see for every married person . .
20 December 2000 | by (L.A.) – See all my reviews

Warning : This movie is not for mare entertainment so if you are looking for fun and action forget it but other than that this movie is a great experience. Listen carefully to the lyrics if all the songs, they say it all. The secrets to a good marriage are hidden in the story. And who said Rajesh Khanna was only a chocolate hero?


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