Wealthy Dr. Shivnath decides to adopt an injured orphan named Rajkumar, who has been separated from his sister, Munni, much to the chagrin of his wife, Janki, who resents him and reserves ... See full summary »

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Rajkumar 'Raja'
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Rekha
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Shanta
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Buta Singh - Autorickshaw driver
Om Shivpuri ...
Dr. Shivnath
Prema Narayan ...
Munni / Sita
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Bishambernath (as Satyen Kapoo)
Paintal ...
Sunderprasad
Urmila Bhatt ...
Janki (as Urmila Bhat)
Manmohan Krishna ...
Durgaprasad (as Manmohan Krishan)
Dheeraj Kumar ...
Premnath
Manju Asrani ...
Julie Verma (as Manju Bhansal)
Dhumal ...
Sunderprasad's dad
Vikas Anand ...
Inspector Chauhan
Kanwar
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Wealthy Dr. Shivnath decides to adopt an injured orphan named Rajkumar, who has been separated from his sister, Munni, much to the chagrin of his wife, Janki, who resents him and reserves her love for her two biological children, Premnath and Sudha. Years later all the children have grown up, and Dr. Shivnath may have nothing but regret in adopting Rajkumar - who is not only living a dual life; getting into arguments and fisticuffs with Premnath; but may also soon be arrested by Inspector Chauhan for marketing and distributing fake currency. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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15 October 1976 (India)  »

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Pari Re Tu Kahan Ki Pari, Dharti Pe Aai Kaise
Performed by Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Composed by Rajesh Roshan
Music on Polydor
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Dhrati Ka Lal
18 March 2004 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

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This is one of the common genre of Jeetendra Movies. He is Dharati Ka Lal - son of soil - a rural boy in a city. While in college he falls in love with Reena Roy and the feelings are mutual. Out of college - there is no job (familier lines from the earlier movies), he gets a job with Roy Sahib as he agrees to marry the blind daughter of Roy Sahib. Catch is she is elder sister of his college sweet heart. So Whats next? The title tells all.

DIRECTION This movie is a tear jerker and the ladies would like it more. Acting is good, Asha Parekh plays the blind girls role very well.

SONGS / MUSIC The songs in the movie are plain. The first song I remember is bacause of "dharati ke lal"'s mention in the song. Sung by my favorite Mukesh.

Overall 6.5/10 from me.


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