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Orphaned Bijli works on a farm owned by widowed, wealthy and arrogant Avinash Rai. She has no one to call her own save and except for her pet goat, Ramu, who often comes to protect her from... See full summary »

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(as R. Thyagaraj)

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Vijay A. Rai
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Bansi
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Avinash Rai (as Dr. Shreeram Lagoo)
Gayatri ...
Radha A. Rai
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gemini Balu ...
(as Geminibalu)
Yogesh Chhabra
Raja Duggal ...
Bhankey
Ram Govind ...
Lawyer
Jayamalini ...
Kamini
Krishnaswamy
Bhagya Kumar
Mukkamala
Rakesh Pandey ...
Mangal
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(as Lakshmipriya)
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Orphaned Bijli works on a farm owned by widowed, wealthy and arrogant Avinash Rai. She has no one to call her own save and except for her pet goat, Ramu, who often comes to protect her from molesters like Mangal. She then meets with Vijay Rai, both fall in love and decide to get married much to the chagrin of Avinash who asks Vijay to leave. The couple and Ramu re-locate to a distant farmhouse where they live a harmonious lifestyle. Avinash then arranges Radha's (his daughter) marriage and does not invite Vijay, but Vijay and Bijli show up, and what they witness during this ceremony will change their lives forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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18 February 1978 (India)  »

Also Known As:

Ciladas de Amor  »

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Sabko Chutti Mili
Performed by Lata Mangeshkar, Yesudas
Lyrics & Composed by Ravindra Jain
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