A woman who gets widowed on her wedding night creates a scandal by becoming pregnant.

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Rajshree ...
Rajjo H. Rai (as Rajshree Shantaram)
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Jeetendra / Jeetu
Sulochana Latkar ...
Uday's Mother (as Sulochna)
Prakash ...
Thakur Uday Singh
Shabnam ...
Parwana's Daughter
Dhumal ...
Parwana
Mehmood Jr. ...
Banne (as Mahmood Jr.)
Chandrakant Gokhale ...
Pandit (as Gokhale)
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Chamkilibai
Kaveri
Madhumati ...
Qayamat Bai
Laxmi Chhaya ...
Mohabbat Bai
Bipin Gupta ...
Jeetu's Father
Moni Chatterjee ...
Engineer Lala Harsukh Rai (as Moni Chatterji)
Mridula Rani ...
Shanta H. Rai (as Mridula)
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Rajjo, one of two children in Engineer Harsukh Rai's Uttar Pradesh-based family, is in love with Flight Lieutenant Jeetendra, and their marriage is arranged. On the day of the wedding, war is declared, the marriage gets canceled and he goes to combat. He is gravely injured, becomes crippled, and hospitalized. Rajjo's family perishes in aerial bombardment and she re-locates to live with her cousin. Jeetendra does return and is devastated when told that everyone has been killed. A wealthy woman takes pity on him, hires him as Manager, and confides that her son, Thakur Uday Singh, is a womanizer and alcoholic. Jeetendra counsels her to compel him to get married, and he agrees to do so. The marriage is arranged with none other than Rajjo herself, but the duo maintain their silence. On the wedding night Uday goes to the brothel, gets into a physical altercation with Nawab Ladan, kills him, and goes on the run. Police subsequently find his body, his mother identifies it, and Rajjo becomes a... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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31 December 1968 (India)  »

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"Mohe Lagi Re" had a cover version by Babla and Kanchan then years later by done again as "Wine on Me" a Chutney song. See more »

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Dharti Ki Tarah Har Dukh Seh Le, Suraj Ki Tarah Tu Jalti Ja
Music by Kalyanji Veerji Shah & Anandji Veerji Shah
Performed by Kishore Kumar
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