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(1963)

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  • A man, a doctor who has studied abroad, Ashesh (Soumitra) , is given the job of distributing the invitation cards of his cousin's wedding. The groom is his close friend Shaileshwar (N Viswanathan) and the alliance has been done by Ashesh. While distributing the cards, he invites a wrong family by mistaking the house number. The snob uncle (Kamal) makes him to withdraw the invitation. There he comes to know that the proposed groom of his cousin is in fact betrothed to the girl in the family Aloka (Sharmila). The withdrawing of the invitation was lucky. But circumstances arise when he finds that the girl had arrived in the ceremony. This time not by error, due to one of his major guest's insistence, his uncle had himself gone and brought them. Ashesh took the girl away from the venue, to his home. In the process he fell in love with her, and so did she. But she is betrothed to Shaileshwar and can't reciprocate. He can't tell her, since he knew it all along, and hid it and also he was the one instrumental in the alliance, that went against her. He didn't know her change of heart, it was subtle and he was a novice in this matter. It would have been sorted with time, but despite all his effort she insisted and had to be brought to the wedding venue where her Shaileshwar was marrying Ashes's cousin. The effect of being spurned would extend to the whole family including cousins (Ashesh). Could she forgive him?

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  • A man mistakenly invites a family, whose girl was (and is still) betrothed to the groom. It was he who set up the cousin's alliance, would the girl forgive him, whom he had fallen in love? How to prevent her from attending the marriage?

    S Basu

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