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Alibaba Marjinaa (1977)

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Circa the Mughal rule in Persia, Alibaba lives a poor life-style with his mother; married brother Qasim and his wife. When a princess named Marjinaa is being sold in the slave market, ... See full summary »

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Urmila Bhatt ...
Alibaba's mom
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Gulfam
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Mustafa (Cobbler)
Pinchoo Kapoor ...
Hakim-e-allah Afsal Baig
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Nasir
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Qasim
Prem Krishan ...
Alibaba
Madhu Malhotra ...
Naseem
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Taimur Baig
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Khairu
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Jabbar
D.K. Sapru ...
Badshah
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Aslam
Tamanna ...
Marjinaa
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Circa the Mughal rule in Persia, Alibaba lives a poor life-style with his mother; married brother Qasim and his wife. When a princess named Marjinaa is being sold in the slave market, Alibaba wants to buy her and set her free, but he does not have the money. So he borrows some money from Qasim, buys Marjinaa, who offers to live with him as his slave for the rest of her life. Alibaba would like to end slavery, but is unable to do anything as he does not have money. Then one day his mother goes to Qasim to borrow some scales, and it is later that Qasim finds out that Alibaba has come across considerable wealth - enough to buy all the slaves and set them free. Qasim gets more information from Alibaba, so that he can also get wealthy. Qasim does not know that he has just signed away the rest of his life, and put the lives of his wife, mother and brother also in grave danger. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Classical piece of adventure movie
27 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

I hardly write review of any "Adventure Film" but this time I am writing a review of this movie because it took me to an imaginary world for more than two hours.

I have seen this old classic now a days and really like it. Kedar Kapoor has beautifully directed this movie. It has laughter-making comedy scenes. Lovely songs of this movie force me to write review and to create interest in other users to watch this movie.

Dialogues delivered by Amrish Puri are excellent. It has beautiful and soothing songs.

This movie is a complete family entertainer and person should enjoy his/her time watching it with family.


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