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Anokhi Ada (1948)

Not Rated | | Drama, Musical, Romance
A traumatized beautiful woman loses her memory in a train accident.


Mehboob Khan (as Mehboob)


Agha Jani Kashmiri (screenplay & dialogue), Zia Sarhadi (story)




Complete credited cast:
Naseem Banu ... Kamini (as Naseem)
Surendra Surendra ... Professor Nath
Prem Adib Prem Adib ... Laatsaheb
Zeb Qureshi Zeb Qureshi ... Mirch
Reehan Reehan
Pratima Devi Pratima Devi ... Laatsaheb's Mom
Murad Murad ... Laatsaheb's Dad
Cuckoo Cuckoo ... Stage Dancer
Bhudo Advani Bhudo Advani
Amir Banu Amir Banu ... (as Amir Banoo)
Wasker Wasker
Abdul Abdul
Haroon Haroon
Nawab Nawab
Ghulam Mohammed Ghulam Mohammed ... Prakash (as Master Ghulam Mohamed)


Prakash and his beautiful sister live an impoverished lifestyle in a rented room in Bombay. They do not even have enough to eat and are three months behind in their rent. The neighborhood has put pressure on their landlord to evict them as they suspect his sister of being overly friendly with a homeless male who calls himself Laatsaheb. Things only get worse after Prakash is killed and his sister decides to re-locate by train. While traveling she finds her co-passenger is none other than Laatsaheb - who confesses that he loves her. Before she could respond, the train meets with an accident, he survives with minor injuries but she loses her memory, is hospitalized and presumed to have lost her mind also. She manages to escape and ends up with Imperial College's Professor Nath - who gets smitten by her beauty, calls her Kamini, assures her that she has always lived with him, and decides not to treat her medically - so that she can be his forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Drama | Musical | Romance


Not Rated





Hindi | Urdu

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
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an old film with modern thoughts
11 March 2007 | by arun_singh300-1See all my reviews

Surendra is a rich man's son who leaves his father's home to live as a vagabond.he encounters heroine who is very poor has nothing to eat.he gives her Rotis .police take him for a thief brings him to police station where he is bailed out by his father's Munshi.his father calls him back saying he is on his dying bed. meanwhile heroines brother comes under a car and dies.she being bankrupt leaves the house.they meet again on the train and fall in love.but the train falls of the track suffers accident.heroine goes to hospital surrenderer couldn't find her.she looses her memory and in lost state of mind walks out of the hospital into a professors house nearby.he takes pity on her and let her live in his house.he begins liking her and knows of her from the doctor who attended her in the hospital.they plan to get married.but surrenderer former student of professor finds her and appeals to the professor to let her go and let them marry.professor agrees.but the heroine still doesn't remember him.in the end her memory comes back and they get married .

direction is very good actors are completely unknown but perform well.music is OK.photography is best according to its time.an interesting film to view of long bye gone era.

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