A poor, small time village belle reside in Bombay, India. She is the sole owner of only the clothes that she wore, her name is Radha. Her life is shattered as her husband had a sudden ... See full summary »

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A poor, small time village belle reside in Bombay, India. She is the sole owner of only the clothes that she wore, her name is Radha. Her life is shattered as her husband had a sudden sickness and passed out on there wedding night. For many years now she has always long for his return which did not happen but soon a resemblance in Vijay appears in the village and enters her life bringing a moment of enjoyment once again in her life. Will this last forever or only for a short-period of time? Written by gAvInDrA (brave_loverboy2004@hotmail.com)

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Take a step towards humanity
17 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's one of the best Hindi movies I have seen; there are no surprise scenes, every scene had been played naturally; every body can relate to it. The simplicity of the movie moved me away. There are no fancy costume or dance, this movie is just based on faith, deep faith which is unusual even in real life.

All characters showed their par of excellence, Hema and Ashok Kumar are beyond any words of praise. The director is amazing, haven't seen many movies of him.

Today's directors can better of copying movies like this, rather than copying from the west (if they really want to retain the rich cultural heritage of India).


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