After running away from home, Prince Naresh Kumar Singh (Dev Anand) now calls himself Dilip Singh, returns home after a period of 18 years. He travels by ship, and meets Reeta Singh (Saira ... See full summary »

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Naresh Kumar Singh / Dilip Singh
Saira Banu ...
Reeta Singh
Prem Nath ...
Senapati Uday Kumar Singh
Shashikala ...
Durga Khote ...
Rajmata Rajeshwari
David Abraham ...
Dilip's friend
Asit Kumar Sen ...
Reeta's Secretary (as Asit Sen)
Sulochana Latkar
Harindranath Chattopadhyay ...
Thakur Shamsher Singh
Tarun Bose
Murad ...
Rana Mahesh Kumar Singh
Jankidas ...
Palace employee
S. Nazir
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After running away from home, Prince Naresh Kumar Singh (Dev Anand) now calls himself Dilip Singh, returns home after a period of 18 years. He travels by ship, and meets Reeta Singh (Saira Banu), and after a series of misunderstandings, both fall in love with each other. When Dilip reaches Devangarh, he is shocked to find that his brother, Rana Mahesh Kumar Singh (Murad) is dead; his mother, Rajmata Rajeshwari (Durga Khote) is blind; and the throne-prince to be crowned is the Senapati Uday Singh (Premnath), who has also killed Naresh. Rajmata is convinced that her son Naresh is still alive, and will return one day, and refuses to permit Uday to ascend the throne. In order to fool the Rajmata, Uday recruits Dilip to pose as the missing prince, Naresh. How long will Uday Singh continue to pull wool over the eyes of the Rajmata? Will Dilip alias Naresh Singh survive long enough to ascend the throne, and reveal his true identity? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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a typical 60s/70s masala flick
30 June 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I give this movie a 8 out of 10 even as it is quite predictable. But to be honest the movies in these days were quite predictable. What made the movies were the performances, music and actors. And Pyar Mohabbat has it all, drama, comedy, romance and great songs. Dev Anandis, well Dev Anand. Saira Banu is looking good as always and gives a typical Saira performance while Prem Nath is good as usual. Special mention must go out to David who gives a good performance in the first half of the movie. If you want to enjoy more movies of him check out any Hrshikesh Mukherjee directed movie and he'll be in ti for 85 percent. The songs by Shankar jaikishan sung by Mohd Rafi and Sharda are gems. Songs like AAP NARAAZ KHUDA KHAIR KARE and SUN SUN SUN RE BALAM are in this movie. A treat to watch


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