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Dard (Conflict of Emotions) (1981)

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Prosecuting Attorney Seema proceeds with the criminal prosecution of Deepak Srivastav, who is accused of Murder. She submits to the Judge to not be fooled by the innocent looks and the ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Deepak Srivastav / Vikas 'Vicky'
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Seema
Poonam Dhillon ...
Poonam Bhargav
Poornima Jayaram ...
Vikas's Sister (as Poornima Jairam)
Mazhar Khan ...
Ajit Saxena
Krishan Dhawan
Pinchoo Kapoor ...
Bhargav (Poonam's dad)
Ranjeeta Kaur ...
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Om Shivpuri ...
Dayal - Seema's Dad
Shashi Kiran
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Prosecuting Attorney Seema proceeds with the criminal prosecution of Deepak Srivastav, who is accused of Murder. She submits to the Judge to not be fooled by the innocent looks and the silence of the accused, as she will prove that the accused was in fact a cold-blooded murderer who killed a Courtesan by the name of Munnibai. As the trial proceeds, so that Deepak's life, complicated by the fact that Seema was in love with the accused several years ago. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Crime | Family | Romance

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14 August 1981 (India)  »

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Na Jaane Kya Hua, Khila Gulab Ki Tarah Mera Badan
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar
Lyrics by Naqsh Lyallpuri
Music by Khayyam
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A classic double role of Father-son portrayed by First Super Star of the India
22 August 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Dard is a completely standard social movie produced during the age of action, sex, violence era. The story of the film is so emotional that fully justifies its title Dard. And to portrait its central character: a double role of Father-Son in a versatile manner, there is no alternative except Rajesh Khanna himself. There is no doubt that nobody else except him can justify the emotional father and stylish foreign returned son so effectively and life like natural way. After Aradhana, Rajesh Khanna again played a double role of Father-Son with tremendously brilliant touches of inner feelings of human being. In the total film, it is unbelievable that the old prisoner/gardener and the foreign returned lawyer are the same person; what a classic performance by a classic actor. The other performers of the film are as usual as per their limitations; but Late Mazhar Khan deserves special mention. He also performed very well in aged role villain. Overall the film is excellent in term of story, songs, direction, and above all classic characterization of Father-son by Rajesh Khanna.


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