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Mazdoor Zindabaad (1976)

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Ram and Sita Singh have been married for several years and have two children, a son and daughter, named Bhola and Munni respectively. With the exception of tiny Munni, the entire family has... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Randhir Kapoor
Parveen Babi ...
Manmohan Krishna ...
Chunilal
Suhail ...
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Parijat ...
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Ajay ...
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Ashok Kapoor ...
Ashok
Indira Bansal ...
Mrs. Hansraj
Moolchand ...
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Ram and Sita Singh have been married for several years and have two children, a son and daughter, named Bhola and Munni respectively. With the exception of tiny Munni, the entire family has to work as construction laborers in order to survive. They would like Bhola and Munni to go to school, study, and lead better lives, but the school principal demands a donation of Rs.500/- which they cannot afford. Nevertheless they decide to raise the money and thus educate their children. Alas, that is not be so, and they die trying, leaving the two children alone, to fend for themselves. A propaganda film to promote former Indian Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi's 20-point and her son's, Sanjay Gandhi's five-point pro grammes during the Emergency clamped by her during the mid-70s. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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1 May 2010 | by (Mumbai, India) – See all my reviews

A great concept though could have been executed in a better way. Performances are pretty alright. The entire story of the movie though moves around the these 2 orphan kids facing different challenges but actually the entire inception of the story/film is around the "Emergency" that was induced during the late 70's and is created just to spread the awareness of the concept and the good things that it could have brought up especially keeping in mind the ruling party and the "Gandhi's". Nothing much to talk about but if were to be speculated in a retrospective manner, not a must watch but a definite one time watch....may be just for laughs.


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