Orphaned at a very young age, Varsha Oberoi, lives a wealthy lifestyle with her paternal uncle, Jain Oberoi, in Bombay, and has traveled world-wide. She is in love with Vijay, a ... See full summary »

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Vijay
Ranjeeta Kaur ...
Varsha Oberoi
Deepak Parashar ...
Vikram Chawla
Raj Mehra ...
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Tamanna ...
Rita
Dulari ...
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Lalita Kumari ...
Harnam Kaur J. Singh
Mehmood Jr. ...
Billu J. Singh
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Orphaned at a very young age, Varsha Oberoi, lives a wealthy lifestyle with her paternal uncle, Jain Oberoi, in Bombay, and has traveled world-wide. She is in love with Vijay, a middle-classed young man, who runs a small furniture store, badly in debt, and lives with his widowed mom, a younger brother, Deepu, and sister, Nanhi, who are very friendly with Varsha. Then Vijay is reunited with his childhood friend, Vikram Chawla, who is welcomed with open arms by the entire family. It is then Vijay's life turns around, he starts getting a lot of orders, gets out of debt, is able to buy a jeep to replace his motorbike, and moves to a comfortable bungalow. Then Vijay's life is turned upside down when he finds out that Vikram and Varsha are getting engaged. He meets with Varsha, who flats tells him that she prefers marrying someone richer and wealthier. Angrily he confronts Vikram, who counsels him that Varsha had never really loved him. The question remains, did Varsha really love Vijay, ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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5 December 1980 (India)  »

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Routine Love triangle with good music
18 March 2004 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

DISCLAIMER This movie is based on hundreds of movies with love triangle. As a matter of fact Raj Babbar and Deepak Parashar together are meant only as two angles of a Love Triangle.

PLOT Ranjeeta a rich girl is in love with poor boy Raj Babbar. Deepak Parashar a rich boy and mutual friend also falls for Ranjeeta. The parents of Ranjeeta are for the rich boy! Come on the same story I have seen in may be couple of hundred movies so far).

TRIVIA In all 4 movies together (Insaaf Ka Tarazu, Aap to Aise Na The, Armaan and Nikaah) Raj Babbar and Deepak Parashar have played two angles of a love triangle. They actually even out.

DIRECTION AND ACTING The direction is good for a story on the beaten track. Raj Babbar stands out.

MUSIC The good part of the movie. The song "Tu Is tarah se meri zindagi main shamil hai..." is one of lasting melodies. Hats off to Usha Khanna.

OVERALL 5.5/10, see with open mind - some moments could be enjoyable, for a change listen (don't fast-forward) the songs. (Fast Forward can used for most scenes without Raj Babbar).


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