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Raj Anand is a Bollywood movie director and lives a wealthy lifestyle with his wife, Padmini, and only son, Varun. He is respected and liked in the industry and is known to be a man of honesty and principles. He feels that Varun should make a debut in one of his movies, which he decides to call "Nagar Vadhu" (Prostitute), and hopes to cast a well-known Bollywood actress, Sakhi Swami, opposite Varun in the female lead role. The only problem is that Varun dislikes acting, but when Raj persuades him, he changes his mind, and agrees to act in this movie. Varun meets with Sakhi, and both are attracted to each other. This does not auger well with Raj and he puts a stop to the production immediately. It is then that Varun finds out that his principled father has been known to have an illicit relationship with Sakhi. How will this knowledge help him overcome the wall of mistrust that has now arisen between his dad, himself, and Sakhi. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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One of the Classic films of Rajesh Khanna- a superb performance
31 July 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This film is inspired on the real life tragedy of Late Guru Datt Saheb. While viewing this film, one has to feel by heart that the character portrayed by Mr. Khanna is a landmark for a classic performance Indian cinema has ever produced. One can not even imagine this character to be characterized in such depth except Mr. Rajesh ji. It is not out of place to mention here that he has won the Best Actor Award at Ujvegistan for this film, for which he is most genuinely deserved. Moreover, in every angle, this film must be categorised under the all time classic artistic Indian films. I must appreciate the fact especially because it is the capability of only Mr. Khanna that he had shown his boldness to accept this challenging role without thinking its box report result, when cheap trend Amitabh brand multi starry formula films were dominating the box office.


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