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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Sunder
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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Not a great movie but reasonably watchable
16 January 2014 | by (Dubai) – See all my reviews

There is enough of Magic & Black Magic in this movie but let's take it just as a story which has been nicely converted into a movie. It does have loopholes but lives to its expectations. Vishwajeet seems to be good for horror & suspense genre, after Kohraa & Bees Saal Baad. Asha Parekh looks good and delivers reasonable performance. Mehmood provides some very good comic sequences together with Padma Chavan. Hemant Kumar's music is simply the best with songs; 1) Ek Baar Zara Phir kehdo, 2) Zindagi Kitani Khoobsurat Hai, 3) Jab Jaag Uthe Armaan To, 4) Khushi Bhi Mili Humko, 5) Bin Badal barsaat Na Hogi, 6) Dil Mein Teri Yaad Sanam and 7) Mareez-e-Ishq Hun Ae Janeman. You can watch it if you want, you will like it.


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