After her return from abroad, Lali adjusts to life in India along with her devout Hindu mother, Laxmi; an easy-going father, Dinanath; two sisters, Kalpana and Geeta, and spends most of her time dancing along with her sisters and friends. On her way to the Mandir, she assumes a singer, Puranchan, is teasing her and she slaps him, but ends up apologizing when she is told that he is blind. Guilt-ridden, she makes arrangements for him to be taken to Bombay, has his vision restored, and both fall in love with each other. Dinanath takes a liking to Puranchan and not only gets him a job but also wants him to wed Lali. About to inform his parents, Purchan does not know that Dinanath has actually instructed Lali not to see him anymore as he is a Harijan (Lower-Caste). Written by
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Naam (a form of Urdu poetry) used in Ek Chanel Ke Mandate Take came to the film in interesting way.Director Raj Khosla spoke to Chandrasekhar about Maqdoom Moninuddin's Naam that he was unable to use it in a movie he was making and offered free for him. See more
Woh Hum Na The, Woh Tum Na The
Music by Iqbal Qureshi
Performed by Mohammad Rafi See more