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Tere Ghar Ke Samne (1963)

Children of two life-long rivals fall in love and try to make their fathers see the error of their ways.

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Vijay Anand

Writer:

Vijay Anand
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dev Anand ... Rakesh Anand Kumar
Nutan ... Sulekha
Rajendra Nath ... Captain Ranjeet 'Ronny'
Zarine Katrak Zarine Katrak ... Jenny Farnandes (as Zareen Katrak)
Rashid Khan Rashid Khan ... Madan Gopal Basuriwala
Parveen Choudhary ... Motiya (as Praveen Chowdhry)
Pratima Devi Pratima Devi ... Mrs. Karam Chand
Harindranath Chattopadhyay ... Seth Karamchand (as Harindranath Chattopadhyaya)
Mumtaz Begum ... Mrs. Roop Devi Jaggannath
Om Prakash ... Lala Jagannath
Jankidas ... Auctioneer (as Janki Das)
Dhannalal Dhannalal ... (as Dhanna Lal)
Uma Dutt Uma Dutt ... Sukhvir Lal
Mehar Banu Mehar Banu ... (as Maher Banoo)
Ratan Gaurang ... Lala Jagannath's man (as Ratan Gorang)
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Storyline

After years of rivalry, two wealthy men, Lala Karamchand and Lala Jagannath, decide to build their individual bungalows. The trouble is: the architect for both the bungalows is Lala Jagannath's son Rakesh Kumar and the bungalows are situated opposite each other. To complicate matters, Rakesh and Sulekha, Karamchand's daughter, have fallen in love; are aware of the existing animosity between their families; and comically juggle their lives to meet their fathers' expectation. Written by Soumitra

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Trivia

The statue of King George can be seen at India gate under the "chaatri", which since then has been removed. See more »

Quotes

Rakesh Anand Kumar: Am I not allowed to say anything?
Sulekha: You may say something if it's useful.
Rakesh Anand Kumar: Useful things don't come to my brain at all... and even if they do...
[puts finger to lips]
Rakesh Anand Kumar: "they stop right here.
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Connections

Referenced in Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981) See more »

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Tu kahaaN yeh bata, is nashili raat mein
Sung by Mohammad Rafi
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A Bollywood Movie I Actually Enjoyed!
14 October 2016 | by richardchattenSee all my reviews

You sometimes have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince, and over the years I've fidgeted through more than my fair share of Bollywood Blockbusters in the interest of film scholarship as they interminably stretched on and on into the small hours of the morning on Channel 4; usually taking an absolute eternity to tell a very simple story. The songs to me all sound alike, so I just fast forward through them. But as a stuffy Brit, I was never the audience these films were meant for in the first place...

However, my diligence paid off about twenty years ago when I stumbled across this beauty, which I absolutely loved! Even more remarkably it actually contains a song which I'm capable of humming! It's called 'Dil Ki Manzil', a vibrant cabaret number sung by Asha Bhosle and performed on screen by a statuesque young dancer named Helga.

Ironically, because of it's age - and it's in black & white - most of my Hindi co-workers have either never seen it or are only very dimly aware of it. But it certainly gets my vote!


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

1 January 1963 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

In Front of Your House See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound System)
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