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Sawan Bhadon (1970)

A wealthy Vikram returns to India from England after five years.His step mother Sulochana and step sister Dolly are misusing his wealth along with Dolly's lover Madan and Sulochana's ... See full summary »

Director:

Mohan Segal

Writers:

K.P. Kottarakara (story), Ali Raza | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Navin Nischol ... Vikram / CID Inspector Vinod (as Navin Nischal)
Rekha ... Chanda
Shyama ... Sulochana Devi
Jayshree T. Jayshree T. ... Dolly (as Jaishri T.)
Agha ... Qasim Jani
Iftekhar ... Gauri Shankar
Krishan Dhawan Krishan Dhawan ... Darbarilal
Chandrima Bhaduri Chandrima Bhaduri ... Kalyani
Ranjeet ... Damu
Narendra Nath ... Madan Gopal
Rajan Kapoor Rajan Kapoor ... CID Officer #1
Bhushan Tiwari ... CID Officer #2
Ravikant Ravikant ... CID Officer #3
Madan Puri ... Robber who robs Vikram
Pardesi Pardesi ... Waiter
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Storyline

A wealthy Vikram returns to India from England after five years.His step mother Sulochana and step sister Dolly are misusing his wealth along with Dolly's lover Madan and Sulochana's brother Gauri Shankar. Their plans are put to standstill upon Vikram's arrival.Vikram meets Chanda a village belly who saves his life from goons sent by Gauri Shankar.Chanda and Vikram fall in love and and plan to get married.But Sulochana is against this and plans Vikram's murder they succeed in it but to their shock Vikram returns unharmed. Written by alex.mjacko@mypeepul.com

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

12 June 1970 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Amor Desesperado See more »

Filming Locations:

Rooptara Studios, Bombay, India

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Trivia

Debut film of Navin Nischol. See more »

Connections

Remade as Mera Haque (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Sun sun sun o gulabi kali
Lyrics by Verma Malik
Music by Master Sonik & Om Prakash Sonik
Sung by Asha Bhosle and Mohammed Rafi
EMI Odeon (India) ECLP 5415
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Colorful and full of energy...
15 November 2003 | by MbarnumSee all my reviews

This is a fun Bollywood flick full of beehive hairdos, lots of mascara, and some great dance numbers! The music is tops too!

Yoiung bachelor Vikram returns home from 5 years spent in England only to find his stepmother squandering the family fortune and his step-sister Dolly having grown into a lovely young "modern" rock and roll dancing lady. Unfortunately Dolly has fallen for a hoodlum whose intentions are evil (although what those evil intentions are is not really explained). Vikram takes to trying to separate the two love birds while he himself falls in love with a sassy girl from the village.

If you enjoy lots of melodrama, hip modern fashions, and energetic music in your Bollywood films you will want to see SAWAN BHADON!


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