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Total entertainment - RD Burman scores foot tapping score!
Heeralal Pannalal is an out-and-out entertainer. And when you have the charming Shashi Kapoor and the goofy Randhir Kapoor for company, you can be assured that it'll be pure fun.
The story's nothing much to talk about, but the movie is racy and an unabashed entertainer. The heroes have the charming Neetu Singh and Zeenat Aman for company. And then, there are the usual suspects of villains for the screwball pair to bash up.
Rahul Dev Burman comes up with a snappy, foot tapping score. Just for songs like "O padosan ki ladki", "Aaja mere pyaar aaja", "Kahiye kahan se aana hua", this movie is worth a dekko.
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