Dr. Sarin lives with his wife, Sunita, young daughter, Rekha, and his brother, Rajesh. Rajesh is an eligible bachelor, and on the lookout for a life-partner with a view of marriage. One day... See full summary »

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Rajesh Sareen
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Komal Mathur
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Dr. Naresh Sareen
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Mala Das (as Shashi Kala)
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Mrs. Sunita Sareen
Rajendra Nath ...
Tommy (as Rajendranath)
Raj Mehra ...
DIG Mathur
Dhumal ...
Chhote Lal
Madhavi
Krishan Dhawan ...
Constable
Sujata Bakshi ...
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Hawaiin Dancer
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Rekha Sareen (as Baby Sarika)
Madhumati ...
Belly Dancer
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Dr. Sarin lives with his wife, Sunita, young daughter, Rekha, and his brother, Rajesh. Rajesh is an eligible bachelor, and on the lookout for a life-partner with a view of marriage. One day, Dr. Sarin gets a visitor from his past, namely a beautiful young woman named Mala Das, with whom he had an affair and was even married to for a short period of time. Sarin finds out that he is still attracted to Mala, and is lured into her world - full of deception, deceit, and death. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Jawan Mohabbat  »

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The heroine Asha Parekh played a Vyjayanthimala fan in the film, as she was one in real life. When she was an unknown actress, she was thrilled to share a dance number and a comedy scene with the heroine Vyjayanthimala in Aasha (1957). Two years later, Asha became a heroine with the hit film Dil Deke Dekho (1959), but still she continued to be in awe of Vyjayantimala, even sneaking on to the Amrapali (1966) set to watch her. In real life, the two stars would occasionally have lunch together. In 2016, almost 60 years since they first worked together, Vyjayantimala remembered Asha as "a very nice girl". See more »

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References Do Ankhen Barah Haath (1957) See more »

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Na Rootho Rootho Na Rootho
Music by Shankarsingh Raghuwanshi & Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal
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