Believing his wife to be dead, a man lets a woman, who has lost her child, nurse and bring up his infant son - until he finds out that his wife is still alive, and wants the baby back at any cost.



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Credited cast:
Yashoda (as Jayapradha)
Anand's chacha
Manmohan Krishna ...
Vicky's dad
Vicky (Guest Appearance)
Bharat Bhushan ...
Lalita Kumari ...
Devki's stepmother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vikas Anand ...
Harbans Darshan M. Arora ...
Mumtaz Begum ...
Aging gypsy
Ramesh Deo ...
Dr. Ramesh Chander


Anand and Devki on one hand, and Yashoda and Vicky on the other, have recently married. While Devki has a child, Yashoda is expecting. The two couples meet in a train, which is ill-fated as it meet with an accident. Devki is nowhere to be found, and Anand believes she is dead. Vicky and his child are killed and Yashoda is devastated. Anand feels sorry for Yashoda and has the doctor switch his baby for the dead one. Yashoda returns to her home and her in-laws with Anand's child, while he re-locates abroad. Several years later, Anand returns and is unable to keep away from Yashoda and the child. He repeatedly keeps on visiting them, to the extent that his visits get to be a nuisance, and an embarrassment. Then Anand is overjoyed to know that Devki is still alive. But when Devki asks about their child, he tells her the truth, thus setting off a tussle between the 2 mothers, to such an extent that both are prepared to sue each other publicly in Court. Written by rAjOo (

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Performed by Usha Mangeshkar
Lyrics by S.H. Bihari
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
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Typical 80's Melodrama
26 May 2007 | by (Fraggle Rock) – See all my reviews

...the 80s were mainly defined for producing atrocious Indian cinema. Aulad is more a typical Bollywood melodrama which is only watchable for Sridevi's performance. She is excellent as the charming street dancer, as the honest citizen and as the tormented mother. The horrendous background score will sound familiar as it's been used in almost all 80's crap. Jeetendra is wooden. Jaya Prada is alright but she too overacts in some scenes. Music is forgettable. There's an annoying kid who tries to be cute. Supporting cast (that includes talents like Dina Pathak and Bharat Bhushan) is wasted. Special effects are extremely poor. If you have absolutely nothing else to watch, you could give this one a your own cost.

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