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Aabroo (1968)

After being betrayed by the woman he loves, a doctor is accused of killing her husband.


C.L. Rawal


G.L. Rawal (story, screenplay, dialogue)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ashok Kumar ... Advocate P.K. Anand
Vimi Vimi ... Neena C. Verma
Rehman ... Chandrashekhar Verma
Shashikala ... Shanta
Nirupa Roy ... Tilotma M. Anand
Leela Naidu ... Sharda C. Verma
Lalita Pawar ... Mrs. Verma
Jeevan ... Darwajalal
Sunder ... Whisky Rani's Husband
Mukri ... Munim Barilal Khatamal
Tun Tun ... Whisky Rani
Niranjan Sharma Niranjan Sharma ... Judge
Praveen Paul Praveen Paul ... Neena's Naani
Ravikant Ravikant ... (as Ravi Kant)
Uma Khosla Uma Khosla


Manish is a newly-qualified doctor. He meets Neena in Kashmir and they fall in love. Manish's brother is a lawyer who is a very close friend of Shekhar who lives in Delhi. Shekhar's wife is Neena's sister. She and Shekhar love with each other very much but have no offspring. Shekhar's wife gets poisoned and on her death-bed, she extracts a promise from her sister that she will marry Shekhar. Neena marries Shekhar. When Manish gets a job in Kashmir, he stays with Shekhar and discovers that Neena is now married. They have a difficult adjustment period during which certain imposters exploit the situation to cause misunderstandings. Then Shekhar is poisoned in hospital and Manish is accused of murder. His brother is the public prosecutor demanding death sentence for him. Will Manish be free ? Will he and Neena ever get together again ? Written by riwi999

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Jinhe Hum Bhoolna Chahe Wo Aksar Yaad Aate Hain
Lyrics by G.L. Rawal
Music by Manohar Lal Sonik & Om Prakash Sonik
Performed by Mukesh
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a good movie
30 March 2011 | by pvsavlaSee all my reviews

It is a typical bollywood movie of the 1960-70 era, with some good songs, especially one song being immortal sung by Mukesh 'Jeene hum bhool na chahe', it has been flavoured by very good music by Sonik Omi. The movie has a familiar storyline, which keeps one engrossed. Deepak Kumar the hero of the movie, although has good looks, but his voice seem to be too soft, else all other actors performed well, not to mention anything about Ashok Kumar, Rehman and Nirupa Roy. As was the trend in those times to insert some comedy, but the one scripted for Sunder and Tun Tun was too mediocre and was worth missing altogether. The court scenes were good, but the last scene where Nirupa Roy appears in a lawyer's uniform seem to be superficial, it would have been appropriate if she had said all that she wanted to say in the witness box, rather from the lawyer's podium. Overall a movie worth watching for songs, story and scenery from Kashmir.

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Release Date:

20 October 1968 (India) See more »

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