Seventy years ago the wealthy Thakur of Neelamghat had an affair with a gypsy girl, and then married another woman. The gypsy girl's dad placed a curse on the entire Thakur family that ... See full summary »

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Sandhya Gupta
Biswajeet ...
Thakur Prabhat
Nishi
Dev Kishan ...
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Padma Chavan ...
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S.N. Banerjee
Moni Chatterjee
Ram Murthy ...
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Lal Bahadur
Bela Bose ...
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Ameer
C.S. Dubey ...
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Anwari
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Seventy years ago the wealthy Thakur of Neelamghat had an affair with a gypsy girl, and then married another woman. The gypsy girl's dad placed a curse on the entire Thakur family that whenever a male marries, his wife will die in mysterious circumstances after an year. The curse has come true over the years, and none of the Thakurs have escaped it's wrath. The latest Thakur, Prabhat has now come to settle in Neelamghat, and is attracted to the local doctor's daughter, Sandhya Gupta. When Dr. Gupta proposes marriage, Prabhat tells them about the gypsy curse, and both father and daughter scoff at this. They quickly change their minds one night, when they find Prabhat dressed as a groom, getting ready to marry a reincarnated gypsy girl. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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17 November 1963 (India)  »

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Something about reincarnation...?
19 January 2005 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

After watching the movie, I think that there should be a type "reincarnation" in your genre section. It is because the story of the movie revolves around reincarnation of Prabhat (Biswajeet) and Reshma (Nishi). Howerver, commenting about the movie, I will say that the movie was good to watch for one time. It cannot be rated as above average but if you have not watched it, at least watch it for one time. You will not feel bored. The music was not out standing but O.K. In fact I did not like the music while watching the movie. The acting was good. The dialogues were also good. The picturisation was also nice in the green hills of Himachal Pradesh (although the movie was Black & White). Mehmood, as a comedian did a very good job. The best thing of the movie was its script. The script is basically what is shown in the movie. So, the script was very good.


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