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After the passing away of his wife (Sunita), Vijay brings up his two children, Bhishan and Charudatta, who want him to re-marry, and go around selecting a mother. They pick on Alka, who is ... See full summary »

Director:

Esmayeel Shroff

Writer:

Moin-ud-din
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dharmendra ... Vijay
Rekha ... Alka
Amrish Puri ... Gorka
Baby Pinky Baby Pinky ... Charudatta aka Chinky (as Pinky)
Jugal Hansraj ... Bhishan 'Binny'
Asrani ... Bhajanlal
Lalita Pawar ... Governess
Prema Narayan ... Mrs. Prema Bhajanlal
Aruna Irani ... Bahar
Master Bhagwan Master Bhagwan ... Constable (song "Loot Gayi") (as Bhagwan)
Moolchand Moolchand ... Stage Actor
Mukri Mukri ... Politician (song "Loot Gayi")
Birbal ... Politician (song "Loot Gayi")
Azad Azad ... Punk (song "Loot Gayi")
Viju Khote ... Custom Officer (song "Loot Gayi")
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After the passing away of his wife (Sunita), Vijay brings up his two children, Bhishan and Charudatta, who want him to re-marry, and go around selecting a mother. They pick on Alka, who is a stage singer, and lives alone as a paying guest. Vijay and Alka approve of each other, get married, and go for a honey-moon. On the way back Vijay drives too fast, has an accident, and is killed. Alka does not have the courage to tell the children, so she hires Vijay's look-alike, a dreaded bandit and killer, Tiger, who agrees to impersonate Vijay for 30 days, make the kids hate him, then leave forever - for a sum of 3 Lakh rupees. Things do go according to plan, and the children do start hating their dad. But on the 30th day, Alka receives a phone call that the children have been kidnapped and the kidnapper is demanding a sum of 25 Lakh rupees. Watch and find out who abducted the children, and whether or not Tiger had a hand in this. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

16 November 1984 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

To louloudi tis agapis anthise See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

A.G. Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Background music of Red Rose is used in the film. See more »

Soundtracks

Loot Gayi Main To Aaj O Rama
Music by Rahul Dev Burman (as R.D. Burman)
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
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Watch it for the touching performances of Rekha and children......
9 June 2016 | by SumanShakyaSee all my reviews

"Jhutha Sach" means a fake truth; and the film depicts one such personality, a temporary look alike of a deceased father, a step-mom hires for her children to hide the truth of their father's death in an accident. The film offers a lot of sweetness through the innocent performances of the children. The innocent questions the two kids put to their father forms the best part of the film. Rekha also portrays a nice motherhood of a stepmom that's also pretty touching. Dharmendra in the role of a widowed father is impressive.

Despite the goodness in the story, the film hasn't been able to free itself from the formulaic movies of '80s. The criminal role of Dharmendra as a look alike father and unnecessary cabaret and fights highly takes the leverage from the film and keeps it an ordinary affair. Had the film been just family oriented and devoid of regular bad guys like Amrish Puri, the film could have been lot better. Still I liked the film for the childhood innocence and the motherhood it depicts.

Rating: 1 star out of 4


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