After his business partner embezzles money and leaves him penniless, Parvati's husband passes away, leaving behind two sons, Prabhakar and Sudhakar, & a dumb daughter, Gauri, virtually on ... See full summary »

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Sudhakar
Leena Chandavarkar ...
Padma D. Das
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Parvati
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Dharam Das
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Prabhakar / Parvati's husband (as Satyendra Kappu)
Anwar Hussain ...
Magan
Kanan Kaushal ...
Pooja (as Kanan Koashal)
Meena T. ...
Gauri
Arpana Choudhary ...
Champa (as Arpana Chodhury)
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Ramsharan
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Murli / Bhaskar
Satyajeet ...
Krishna (as Satyajit)
Shyam Kumar
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Ramu
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Tirath Das
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After his business partner embezzles money and leaves him penniless, Parvati's husband passes away, leaving behind two sons, Prabhakar and Sudhakar, & a dumb daughter, Gauri, virtually on the verge of destitution, When Prabhakar grows up, he marries Pooja and moves out. Years pass by, Sudhakar has grown up, has managed to complete schooling, gets a job out of town and re-locates. He is summoned home when his sister kills himself as she is not permitted to marry Murli, who also kills himself. Then Sudhakar gets married to wealthy Padma and brings her home. Padma wants to be pampered and does not like playing second fiddle even to Parvati, which leads to disagreements in the household. Padma's pregnancy does not resolve any of the problems, and as a result the couple leave an ailing Parvati on her own and re-locate to Padma's palatial house in the city. Weeks turn into months, months turn into years, Parvati is all by herself - with the question remaining who will bid adieu (Bidaai) to ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Fantastic Movie between Son & Mother
3 September 2010 | by (United Arab Emirates) – See all my reviews

As to my knowledge this film written by Late Ex CM & Telugu Actor N.T.Rama Rao. He has written this single film script. Initially L.V. Prasad want to cast Rajesh Khanna due to his demand & behaviour, Jeetendra accept this movie unconditionally to get the success & marry his girl friend Shoba now his Wife. I have never seen this kind of movie with full of emotions & loving son towards his mother, Story of Mother with 2 sons 1 elder leaves her in the village & shift to city with his wife another younger son who wants to keep his mother happy with any cost even refusing to separate from his wife, In this movie Bidaai " Separation" shown in a very good hearth touching manner, Ist of all script is very strong as well as direction was excellent by L.V. Prasad, Acting wise Durga Khote excel in her part, Madan Puri too acted well in Father in law role, Leena Chandavarkar also perform too good as lover than wife, above all Jeetendra performance was so strong & he proved that he is a very talented actor.The movie runs 50 weeks that time. A must watch film for mother son relation. A very fantastic movie of Jeetendra.


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