Beautiful Radha lives in a small hill-station in India. One day, Mahesh comes for sight-seeing, both meet, fall in love with each other, get intimate, and Mahesh promises to return, marry ... See full summary »
Beautiful Radha lives in a small hill-station in India. One day, Mahesh comes for sight-seeing, both meet, fall in love with each other, get intimate, and Mahesh promises to return, marry her and take her with him to live in Bombay. He does not return, Radha continues to search for him in every train that stops at Shampur, in vain. She eventually gives birth to a baby girl, Laxmi, and both are looked after by Shampur's kind-hearted Station Master. Radha does come across Mahesh, but he refuses to recognize her, and she kills herself. The Station Master takes Laxmi to her next of kin, in all two families, but all reject Laxmi, consider her inauspicious, and will have nothing to do with her. He leaves Laxmi with her maternal grand-parent, Bhagwanti and her husband, but Laxmi is abused and she runs away to Bombay, where she is befriended and looked after by a blind beggar, Anwar. One day Laxmi and Anwar find that they have won a lottery worth 2.5 lakh rupees, are delighted, and look ... Written by
It is a movie with good storyline by B. Bala Murugan and is also entertaining. Music by Kalyanji Ananji was excellent. Two songs in the film were superb, the most popular one being 'Gunijano Bhaktajano' sung by Kishor Kumar and written by Qamar Jalalabadi and the other one being 'Tare Toota Karte Hain' from Lata Mangeshkar, were a treat to listen. The movie carried a lesson, about how most of the people in the world are after money and can go to any extent to grab the opportunity to steal somebody else's money. Acting by Bobby, the child star and Om Prakash was touching, even David left a mark as usual. This movie can easily go into one's 'Movies to be seen' list. It is one of the typical Hindi movies made by a South Indian producer for entire family to see.
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