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Agar Tum Na Hote (1983)

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Photographer Raj Bedi meets with attractive Radha, both fall in love, and get married. Shortly after the marriage, Raj has an accident and is hospitalized. He does recover, but has no ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ashok Mehra
Mrs. Purnima Mehra / Radha
Raj Bedi
Madan Puri ...
Shakur Ahmed
Asrani ...
Baby Shabana ...
Mini Mehra
Sudhir Dalvi ...
Yunus Parvez ...
Sunder ...
Dulari ...
Matron at the Orphanage
Ranvir Raj ...
Doctor #1 (as Ranveer Raj)
Rekha Parmar
Zubaida ...
(as Zubeda)
Sunil Dhawan
Gulshan Bawra ...
Person dozed off during conference


Photographer Raj Bedi meets with attractive Radha, both fall in love, and get married. Shortly after the marriage, Raj has an accident and is hospitalized. He does recover, but has no sensation in his legs and must be confined to a wheelchair. The cost of his treatment, in addition to the loss of his job, leads Radha to take up employment as a Governess to a small child, the only daughter of wealthy industrialist, Ashok Mehra. Raj is quite happy at this arrangement and looks forward to his treatment locally, and subsequently abroad. What he does not know that Ashok's deceased wife resembles Radha, that his daughter, Mini, thinks that Mom has finally returned home; and that this was prime reason that Radha was ever hired by Mehra and his associates. Will Radha take to the comfortable life as the wealthy Mrs. Mehra, in addition to getting a cute little daughter for her own self? Written by rAjOo (

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Drama | Family





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4 November 1983 (India)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Kal To Sunday Ki
Lyrics by Gulshan Bawra
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Performed by Shailendra Singh
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A nice film
9 January 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Agar Tum Na Hote is a beautiful film. Rekha gives another outstanding performance. Rajesh Khanna is wonderful. Newcomer Baby Shabana is sweet and good as well. Raj Babbar is wonderful as well.

It's about a wealthy man, Rajesh Khanna, who has just lost his wife (Rekha) after giving birth to his child.

Another man, Raj Babbar, is a photographer who starts falling in love with Radha (Rekha) and she eventually finds that she loves him too. The man has an accident and he's in a wheelchair after his accident. She needs money to go abroad and get him treated.

Radha goes for a baby sitting job and it turns out that the man she is being interviewed by is the wealthy man. Radha gets hired by him. His child is cold to Radha at first but then becomes attached to her.

Will Radha find out that he had a wife looking exactly like her? Will she fall in love with him? Watch Agar Tum Na Hota to find out.

Rajesh Khanna was the handsome hero again and was stunning as usual. Raj Babbar was also good and played his character well. Baby Shabana was very cute and sweet and played her role well. Rekha was wonderful in the film and was she was wearing beautiful sarees and she wasn't wearing short skirts or belly tops like you see now in Bollywood. She also wasn't doing any vulgar movement dances in the film like you see now in Bollywood. Bollywood has changed very much and has become westernised which is not very good for Bollywood. Bollywood used to be a good industry. All the actresses look dignified in this film unlike the Bollywood films now where they show their body and do vulgar dances movements. This film deserves a 10 out of 10!

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