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Spring (1960)

Basant (original title)
A runaway spoiled rich girl is helped by a man she meets on the road, but their path to love is strewn with numerous misunderstandings, false accusations, a sudden tragedy and the pursing footsteps of a persistent pickpocket.




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Cast overview:
Meenakshi Rai
Ashim Kumar
Minoo Mumtaz
Billoo Sanichar
Vithaldas Panchotia ...
(as V. Panchotia)
Jagdish Kanwal ...
(as Jagdish Kamal)
Gani ...
(as Gyani)
Rajendra ...
(as Rajender)
V. Namade


After arguing with her father over the possibility of a marriage to Rajesh, spoiled rich girl Meenakshi runs away from home. She finds herself in hot water when a thief called Billoo swipes her bag and her father sends the police after her. However, Ashim Kumar comes to her rescue. Deciding to travel together, Meenakshi and Ashim begin to fall in love, while the ever-persistent Billoo continues to trail them. To put their love to the test, the pair decide to temporarily separate; but misunderstandings, false accusations, and a horrific sudden tragedy threaten to tear them apart forever... Written by L. Hamre

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Drama | Romance





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Charming craziness
5 June 2009 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This minor Shammi Kapoor movie is a collection of charming love scenes and silly humoristic scenes where Nutan shines, Shammi scowls and Johnny Walker almost steals their show. It's probably difficult for today's audiences to watch until the end, but if you value all the efforts in terms of sets, dances and songs, and let yourself carried away by former Bollywood extravaganza, it's worth the time! One might say that everything is false in this fun flick; for example, Shammi's on a horse at one stage, and I think I've never seen anyone so unnaturally performing the horse-rider: but he's doing it so badly that I told myself, no, he must be clowning it! To say the truth, I'm not he was, but I like to believe in the possibility, at least! That's it, if Johnny Walker is the happy clown, he's the sad clown!

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