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Pyar Kiye Jaa (1966)

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A widower struggles to arrange wealthy husbands for his two daughters and control his film-obsessed son; all while, one of his ex-employees stages a protest outside his house.

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Complete credited cast:
Kishore Kumar ...
Shyam / Rai Bahadur Ganga Prasad
Shashi Kapoor ...
Ashok Verma
Mehmood ...
Atma
Om Prakash ...
Ramlal
Kalpana ...
Malti
Mumtaz ...
Meena Priyadarshini
Rajashree. T. ...
Nirmala (as Rajasree of south)
Chaman Puri ...
Devraj
Shyamlal
Shivraj ...
Verma 'Guruji'
Veena Kumari ...
Shyam's mom
V.D. Puranik ...
(as Puranik)
N.S. Bedi ...
(as Bedi)
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Widower Ramlal lives a wealthy lifestyle near Poona, India along with two daughters and a son. His daughter, Malti, is a Science Graduate; Nirmala, a matriculate, and the son, Atma, who wants his dad to finance a Hindi film which he himself will produce under the banner of 'Wah Wah Productions', he even signs up a nubile and sexy Meena Priyadarshini, the daughter of Ramlal's Estate Manager, to play the female lead role. Ramlal would like to get his daughters married to families that are wealthier than him. He hires an Assistant Manager, Ashok Verma, to look after his estate, but fires him when he finds out that he has misbehaved with his daughters. Ashok protests by putting up a tent in Ramlal's front-yard. Then an elderly male comes to visit Ramlal, he identifies himself as Rai Bahadur Ganga Prasad, claims he is very wealthy, and the estranged father of Ashok. Ramlal seizes this opportunity and asks Rai Bahadur to get Ashok to marry one of his daughters. Ashok and his dad reconcile, ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Mostly Hilarious Caper!
23 June 2004 | by (Mumbai, India) – See all my reviews

Pyar Kiye Jaa is essentially like Kishore Kumar. His madness, eccentricity is all captured very well! Adding to the mayhem, Shashi Kapoor, Mehmood and Om Prakash make this a very enjoyable movie.

The story synopsis: Shashi Kapoor gets a job in a firm owned by Om Prakash (Ramlal). For some inane reason, Shashi gets fired soon. His next Plan of Action - Protest! He camps outside Ramlal's bungalow..which makes way to introduce Ramlal's two daughters..Shashi likes one..over some hurled buckets of water!

Next POA! After some hate at first sight..wooing..etc..the couple in love need to have Shashi's parents come over to meet Ramlal..Kishore Kumar, Shashi's bum chum is summoned as a uncle/dad...Problem is Kishore likes Ramlal's other daughter..so the impersonation cannot be held long!

But the piece de resistance in this movie is Mehmood, the aspiring film director..In one situation, he is convincing dad Ramlal about a great murder mystery/plot..which is complete with his sound effects..door creaking..wind blowing...must be among the funniest scenes in Hindi cinema! There is also nubile Mumtaz, aspiring actress and her words of wisdom..ha ha..

Some decent music..and funny performances with fairly engaging plot make it an ideal Sunday watch! Laugh away!


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