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Tulsi Vivah (1971)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Fantasy
Rajkumari Vrunda lives in a palatial home with her mom and dad. One day while hunting she is molested by thugs, and Samrat Jalandhar comes to her aid. He rescues her and accompanies her to ... See full summary »

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Chandrakant
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Credited cast:
Abhi Bhattacharya ... Bhagwan Shri Vishnu
Jayshree Gadkar ... Vrunda
Geetanjali Geetanjali ... Devi Parvati
Anita Guha Anita Guha ... Devi Lakshmi
Rajan Haksar Rajan Haksar ... Devraj Indra
Moolchand Moolchand
Polson ... Senapati Khantasur
Babu Raje Babu Raje ... Narad Muni
Randhawa Randhawa ... Samrat Jalandhar
Ratnamala Ratnamala ... Vrunda's mom
Dara Singh ... Bhagwan Shri Shiv
Sunder Sunder ... Senapati's father-in-law
Tun Tun ... Senapati's mother-in-law
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Rajkumari Vrunda lives in a palatial home with her mom and dad. One day while hunting she is molested by thugs, and Samrat Jalandhar comes to her aid. He rescues her and accompanies her to her parents' home and asks them for her hand in marriage, to which they agree. The marriage takes place with great pomp and ceremony. After the marriage their life is virtually perfect. Then one day, Jalandhar gets a visit from a Sage who tells him that there is war going between the Devas (Gods) and Danavs (Demons), and that Bhagwan Vishnu has been siding with the Devas. Curious to find out more, Jalandhar journeys to his father, Sagar (Ocean), who tells that he had attempted to make peace between the Devas and the Danavs by offering them sweet nectar of life, but Bhagwan Vishnu had taken the shape of a beautiful woman, Mohini, and made sure that only the Devas got the nectar. Jalandhar is angered at this, and declares war against Bhagwan Vishnu and the Devas. Vrunda begs him not to go, as Vishnu ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Adventure | Fantasy

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Not Rated
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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Also Known As:

The Marriage of Tulsi See more »

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Mgnificient
20 May 2009 | by shovon-1See all my reviews

Great Great movie. Rich sets. Visually very pleasing to the eyes. Chandrakant as a director has really taken off. Good cultural bearings and must for every Hindu. Very nice special effects considering no cgi gimmicks from those days. Some very good acting by Randhawa and others. Set decorations were looked into with details and neither was anything left aside with regards to the costumes and bearings. Battle scenes looked real and not animated. Songs were a bit commercial kind of stunts with dancing damsels and gyrating waists, mainly to draw in audiences and prolong the story...but apart from that, I was throughly pleased and hope others will find it to be the same. 5 stars Chandrakant! Again a pity , we don't get to see any of these anymore nowadays.


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