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Raja Aur Runk (1968)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family, Musical
Mark Twain's story "The Prince and the Pauper" is transplanted to an Indian setting with all of the essential elements intact.

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(as K.P. Atma)

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(screenplay) (as K.P. Atma), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Sudhir / Vijay
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Hariram 'Haria'
Mukri ...
Sunder - Sudhir's friend
Mohan Choti ...
Gangu - Hariram's friend
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Senapati Vikram
Mahesh Kothare ...
Yuvraaj Narendradev / Raja (as Master Mahesh)
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Shanta
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Rajnartaki Madhvi (as Kum Kum)
Nazima ...
Sujata "Sujjo"
Aruna Rai ...
Chanchala - Madhvi's friend
Bipin Gupta ...
Maharaj
Badri Prasad ...
Guru Shivanand
Shyam Kumar ...
(as Sham Kumar)
Yusuf ...
(as Master Yusuf)
Maruti ...
Fat kid
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Storyline

Raja lives a poor lifestyle in a small village along with his mother, Shanta, sister, Sajju, and an alcoholic and gambler dad, Hariram, who abuses him physically and verbally as well as forces him to beg. Sajju sells toys (Firkis) for a living, but Hariram forces her to give him all the money. Shanta and Sajju encourage Raja to attend the local school, but Hariram tears up his schoolbooks and won't permit him to study. Raja likes to play with his friends and pretend to be the king. When Hariram witnesses this, he beats him up. Shortly thereafter Shanta and Sajju find out that Raja has lost his mind and really believes he is a king, and refuses to listen nor obey his elders anymore. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Family | Musical

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(RCA Sound System)

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Trivia

Rick Ramoutar song "Ah Shoulda Never" was a cover version of "O Phirki Wali". See more »

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Featured in Mr. White Mr. Black (2008) See more »

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Tu Kitni Achchi Hai, Tu Kitni Bholi Hai, Pyaari Pyaari Hai, O Maa, O Maa
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
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