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Young Seema lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with her grandmother and maternal uncle, Kamdev. She is friendly with Rajesh, and another young boy, Sanjay, also wants to be her friend, ... See full summary »

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(story, screenplay, dialogue) (as Khalid-Narvi), (story, screenplay, dialogue) (as Khalid-Narvi)
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Mumtaz Begum ...
Poor woman who is assisted by Rajesh
Master Bhagwan ...
Qawali Dancer
Master Bittoo ...
Young Sanjay (as Master Bittu)
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Rajesh 'Raju'
Gazala ...
Young Seema
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Kaamdev
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Prem
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Police Inspector
Ranjeeta Kaur ...
Seema 'Sweety' (as Ranjeeta)
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Kara
Madhu Malhotra ...
Sheeba
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Sanjay 'Sonu' / Rajesh 'Raju
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Prema
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Young Rajesh (as Master Sonu)
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Young Seema lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with her grandmother and maternal uncle, Kamdev. She is friendly with Rajesh, and another young boy, Sanjay, also wants to be her friend, but she rejects him. Then the region is devastated by floods and she is separated from Rajesh. Years later, Seema has grown up and much to her delight gets re-united with Rajesh. Her grandmother happily arranges their marriage. On the day of the marriage, a beautiful young woman, Prema, along with a young child in her arms, stops the marriage, claiming that Rajesh is already married to her and is the father of her child. Watch what impact this has on Seema and on her grandmother. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Action | Crime | Drama | Romance

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26 February 1982 (India)  »

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Saathi Tere Naam Ek Din Jeevan Kar Jayenge
Performed by Asha Bhosle, Bhupinder
Lyrics by Gauhar Kanpuri, Ravindra Rawal, Dilip Tahir
Music by Raam Laxman
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Mediocre..
6 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Ustaadi Ustaad Se Directed By Deepak Bahry is Romantic Action Drama. Direction is Average To Poor. Script is Mediocre With Sloppy Screenplay. Action & Editing is Fine. Dialogues & Unintentional Comedy is Great.

In Childhood, Sweety & Raju Are in Love And Sonu Likes Sweety But She Ignores Him. Tragedy Strikes And They All Get Separated.

Rajesh(Mithun Chakraborty) A Petty Thief & Sanjay(Vinod Mehra) A Crook Both Face Each Other In Order To Prove, Who is Better. Sanjay Meets Seema(Ranjeeta Kaur) And Recalls His Childhood After Listening To Her Song, He Recognizes She is Sweety. Sanjay is Sonu But Pretends To Be Raju And They Get Together.

Meanwhile A Bank Robbery Takes Place By Group Of Five. Rajesh & Sanjay Get Trapped in It . To Prove Themselves Innocent They Are On The Run.

Mithun is Asusal. Vinod Mehra Gives Better Performance Than Others. Ranjeeta Kaur is Fine. Jagdeep is Quite Funny. Bharat Kapoor, Padma Khanna & Prema Narayan Are Just OK.

Music is Quite Average By Ram Laxman. "Saathi Tere Naam Ek Din" By Bhupinder & Asha Bhosle is Better And Played Throughout The Movie. Overall Avoidable Fair.


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