Radha lives a poor lifestyle in Brindavan, India. When London-based Deepak Rai comes for a visit, they meet, fall in love and get married. Deepak returns home and informs his parents, who are displeased as they have arranged his marriage with Dolly, the daughter of Kuldeep's friend, Sukhdev Thakur. Shortly thereafter Deepak gets the news that Radha is dead. This news does devastate him, but Dolly assists him, both become friends, and he agrees to marry her. Shortly before the marriage he becomes aware of Radha's presence in his house but his parents scoff at this. What Deepak does not know is that Radha is still alive, has found her way to London, is living in the local Hare Krishna Mandir, had visited his house, performed prayers, but is now held captive on the instructions of his dad and Sukhdev - who have already instructed a hit-man to kill her.
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Deepti BhatnagarB Subhash's long overdue film, Dulhan Banoo Mein Teri, had an apology of a release on Friday, December 24. In Bombay, it is being screened in just two theatres and, despite the super-limited release, the collections are far from satisfactory.Obviously, the poor takings - barely 30 per cent - are due to the lack of face value. Faraaz Khan and Deepti Bhatnagar are no star names and even though Deepti has put in a good performance, that alone cannot bring in the audiences.Despite of the fact that there are some well-handled scenes in the film, the entire drama looks unbelievable. Little wonder then that B Subhash, the maker of such films as Disco Dancer, struggled to find buyers for his film this time. He finally had to release the film on his own account and at his own risk. Admission rates in Bombay, as in other major cities, are so high that it becomes impossible for such non-star cast films to attract audiences. See more