Bombay-based Rohit is the only son of multi-millionaire widow of Shankar Dayal Walia. She would like to get him married, but Rohit is more interested in alcohol, dancing courtesans, and ... See full summary »

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Vikas Anand ...
Police Inspector - Juhu Police Station
Aparajita ...
Sagar's mom
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Ashok Chawla
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Dancer at Tania's wedding
Shafi Inamdar ...
Dr. Lall Jaiswal
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Rohit Shankar Walia
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Dhanraj
Emraan Khan ...
Sagar
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Mahendra Pratap Oberoi
Rukhsar ...
Tanio M. Oberoi
Tej Sapru ...
Raja
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Mrs. Shankar Dayal Walia
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Bombay-based Rohit is the only son of multi-millionaire widow of Shankar Dayal Walia. She would like to get him married, but Rohit is more interested in alcohol, dancing courtesans, and late nights out with his friends. Disappointed, his mom talks to him and asserts that he look after the family business and get married. This talk has considerable effect on Rohit and he decides to assist his mom run the business, so for starters he goes to picturesque Pallampur to supervise and assess the situation. Once there he meets with a stunningly beautiful young woman, Tania, the niece of Dr. Lall Jaiswal, and both fall in love with each other. Both plan to get married, however, they have an accident and end up getting hospitalized. When Rohit is discharged he finds out to his shock and disbelief that Tania has left Pallampur in the company of her dad. Efforts to locate her are in vain. When he returns to Bombay, he finds that his mother had picked Tania to get married to him. Thrilled both ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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One of the best love stories of 80s
17 February 2010 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Okay, so the 60s and 70 had great love stories and the eighties were more action oriented but the greatest Kapoor ever, Rishi Kapoor, made sure that a few gems were made. Think about Saagar (in which Dimple goes topless), Deewaana (if not for Rishi, who would have watched an unknown Shah Rukh in this movie) and this movie INTEHA PYAAR KI with the BEST Anand Millind score ever! The story is nothing new but Rishi kapoor AND the ending make it worth the while and of course the great songs by Suresh wadkar, Sadhana Sargam and Udit Narayan. Also the leading lady of this movie RUKSHAR is good (as in her other love story Yaad Rakhegi Duniya. The ending is a bit Sadm-ish (Sridevi-kamal Hassan) but is good nonetheless. A must see!


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