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Teen Bahuraniyan (1968)

| Comedy, Drama
A family experiences changes after a movie star moves in next to their house.

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Prithviraj Kapoor ...
Dinanath (as Prithviraj)
Agha ...
Shankar (music instructor)
Dhumal ...
Hariprasad - Radha's Father
Ramesh Deo ...
Ram (Clerk) (as Ramesh Dev)
Kanhaiyalal Chaturvedi ...
Sita's and Mala's Father (as Kanhaiyalal)
Jagdeep ...
Mahesh - Sheela's Assistant
Niranjan Sharma ...
Parvati's Father
Rajendra Nath ...
Kanhaiya - Salesman
Showkar Janaki ...
Parvati (as Janki Sowkar)
Jayanthi ...
Sita (as Jayanti)
Vaishali ...
Radha
Lalita Pawar ...
Sita's Mother
Kanchana ...
Mala
Baby Farida ...
Parvati's Daughter (as Farida)
Shashikala ...
Sheela Devi
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Retired school-teacher and widower, Dinanath, lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with three sons: Shankar, his wife Parvati and five children; Ram, his wife, Sita, and two children; and Kanhaiya and his wife, Radha. While Shankar teaches music in a college, Ram is a Court Clerk, and Kanhaiya a Salesman. The trio hand over their monthly earnings to their father who runs the household stringently - often comically inflicting 'school-like' punishment even on adults. Their lifestyle changes dramatically after Parvati, Sita and Radha find out that movie star, Sheela Devi, has moved in next to their house. They decide to invite her over, and she accepts and the trio set about to borrow money, jewelry, renovate the house, buy/lease new furniture, even learn English - in their attempt to impress the actress. The trio do not realize that their respective husbands too are big fans, and each one of them has his very own secret agenda of trying to woo her. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Remake of Bama Vijam (1967) See more »

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Pleasant surprise
2 August 2014 | by (Gurgaon, India) – See all my reviews

This movie was coming on TV and I just recorded it so that I can watch it while I'm doing something else in parallel. I thought I would delete it in 10-15 minutes if it does not turn out good.But, this came as a surprise. The movie which I thought would be a serious family drama turned out to be a light heart family comedy. It has continuous and engaging fun scenes throughout. The things that other movies presented with so much seriousness and loaded with tears and tragedies, this movie does with humor. The leading ladies are not well known but delivers good acting. I wish the movie had good songs as well. I forwarded them while watching. Overall a good one.

Do not miss if you love oldies.


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