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Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare (1966)

| Musical, Romance
Nishad lives a wealthy and noble lifestyle with her Delhi-based dad, Khan Bahadur and mom. She has three suitors who would do anything to marry her. The first is Shaukat Khan, the son of ... See full summary »

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Anwar A. Farooqui
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Nishad
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Khan Bahadur
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Ms. Paul
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Ajoo Hajam / Nawab Ajmutullah Khan
Rajendra Nath ...
Shibbu
Manmohan ...
Nawab Shaukat Hamid Khan
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Begum. Khan Bahadur
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Begum Ajmutullah Farooqui
Anwar Hussain ...
Dr. Rana
Bela Bose
Lotan ...
Mir Saheb
Vishwa Mehra
Madhumati
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Nishad lives a wealthy and noble lifestyle with her Delhi-based dad, Khan Bahadur and mom. She has three suitors who would do anything to marry her. The first is Shaukat Khan, the son of Nawab Hamid Khan, who also comes from a noble family and meets with the approval of her dad; the second is Shibbu, who is distantly related to her mom, and also meets their approval; the third is Anwar, the only son of Nawab Ajmutullah Khan Farooqui, who was initially rejected by her parents, but is now on their approval list, as he, too, comes from a noble background. After a few dates, Nishad falls in love with Anwar, much to the chagrin of Shaukat and Shibbu. What Nishad does not know is that Anwar's dad was a Hajam (Barbar) by profession, and had assumed the title of 'Nawab' after winning a lottery. Watch what happens when Nishad and her parents find this out on the very day of her wedding to Anwar. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Typical Bollywood movie of 1960s
28 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The score by Madan Mohan is the stand out feature of this movie. Rafi's song " Yun rooto na hasina" and it's picturization on Shashi Kapoor is one of the highlights of this movie. The movie is unusual in one respect : This is about Indian Muslims about their culture and lives. The actors are all Hindus, Shashi Kapoor , Nanda and so on. A truly secular movie and was a hit in those days. Shashi and Nanda's youthful enthusiasm is one of the best points about this movie. Omprakash portrayal as hajam Nawab is quite humorous. Balraj Sahni gives a subdued performance. This movie also enshrines the principle of equality of all humans and the differences made out among humans are all man made and artificial.

This movie is of great nostalgic value to the reviewer.


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