Rohit, Whiskey, and Kumar (Rajendra Kumar, Rajendra Nath, and Prem Chopra respectively) are childhood friends. While travelling to his estate in the company of Whiskey, Rohit meets with ... See full summary »

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Rajendra Kumar ...
Rohit Kumar Verma (as Rajinder Kumar)
Sadhana ...
Neena Bakshi
Prem Chopra ...
Kumar
Rajendra Nath ...
Whiskey (as Rajinder Nath)
Bobby
Raj Mehra ...
Bakshi (Neena's dad)
Mumtaz Begum ...
Rohit's mom
Meena T. ...
Rasilee
Kamaldeep ...
Manager (as Kamal Deep)
Madhu Apte
June
Subhash ...
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Sarita Devi
Kodi S. Irani ...
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Surendra ...
(as Surinder)
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Rohit, Whiskey, and Kumar (Rajendra Kumar, Rajendra Nath, and Prem Chopra respectively) are childhood friends. While travelling to his estate in the company of Whiskey, Rohit meets with beautiful Neena (Sadhana), and falls in love with her. Subsequently, he meets with her father (Raj Mehra) where they are properly introduced, and she too falls in love with him. Unknowingly, Kumar also sends his proposal for marriage to Neena, but Neena rejects it. Kumar is offended and shortly before the marriage of Neena and Rohit, molests Neena. Rohit and Kumar become enemies, have a fight and Kumar loses sight in his left eye. Feeling that she is not worthly of Rohit anymore, Neena refuses to marry Rohit. Will Rohit and Neena ever get together again? Will they continue to be haunted by Kumar? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Saadhana - Rajender Kumar Hit
18 June 2009 | by (Lahore, Pakistan) – See all my reviews

Good entertaining movie of the early seventies. Perhaps the last movie of both Saadhana and Rajendra in the lead roles. Good songs and nice cinematography. It is light classic entertainment for some leisure time.

The movie was released when Rajesh Khanna ruled Bollywood as the Super Star. Had it been released a couple of years ago before Rajesh Khanna became a sensation, the movie would have done more business on the circuit, still..... it did good on the box office.

The song "Mujhe teri Mohabbat ka Sahara ......" is beautifully filmed in the lush green and picturesque Kashmir valley. Mohan Kumar did great piece of direction to make the song and movie a success.

Needless to mention, if Saddhana had been paired with Rajesh Khanna, the movie must have been a block buster. It is strange that Saadhana being a renowned and charismatic actress, only appeared once in "Dil Daulat aur Duniya" with the Super Star of that era.


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