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(Sep 21, 2010)
Advocate Narayan Das lives a comfortable lifestyle in rural India with his wife, Annapurna, who insists on feeding everyone who is hungry; and a lovely daughter, Shobha. Since Shobha is of marriageable age, he has arranged to get her married to Advocate Anand and shows his photograph to her, and she shyly approves. The young man shows up, and to the family's delight, not only is he well versed in Law but also in dairy farming.
Both Anand and Shobha fall in love with each other, and want to get married. They already have the blessings of Annapurna and Narayandas. Then one day, in a picnic, Anand excuses himself from Shobha's company as he wants to meet a friend. Shobha secretly follows him and is shocked to see him in the arms of another woman, Indu, who is the only daughter of wealthy Chairman Neelkanth.
Watch what happens when Shobha confronts Anand with her knowledge and asks him why he has been two-timing her.
About the Actor
Jeetendra was born as Ravi Kapoor in Amritsar, Punjab in 1942 to Amarnath and Krishna Kapoor. Ravi Kapoor was born in a Punjabi business family that dealt with imitation jewellery. While supplying jewellery to V. Shantaram, he was cast as Sandhya's double in the 1959 movie 'Navrang'.
He started in Bollywood in the late 1950s when filmmaker V. Shantaram gave him a chance in Navrang , but got his first big break when Shantaram cast him as hero in 'Sehra' in 1963 and then in 'Geet Gaya Pattharon Ne' (1964). Since then, he has appeared in almost 200 films. Jeetendra came into the spotlight in 1967 with Ravikant Nagaich's 'Farz', which went on to become a golden jubilee success. The tee shirt and white shoes he picked up from a retail store for the ""Mast Baharon Ka Main Aashiq"" number in Farz (sung by legendary Singer Mohd Rafi) became his trademark. His vigorous dancing in films like Farz, and 'Banphool' won him the epithet of the Jumping Jack.
In the 1980s, Jitendra was frequently paired with Sridevi or Jayapradha for remakes of South Indian potboilers courtesy of Rama Rao Tatineni, K. Bapayya and K. Raghavendra Rao; some of these films were produced by Padmalaya Productions. Featuring elaborate sequences with colorful clay pots, dozens of extras, electronic music by Bappi Lahiri, and lyrics by Indeewar, movies like 'Justice Chaudhry' (1982), 'Mawaali' (1983), 'Himmatwala' (1983), 'Jaani Dushman', and 'Tohfa' (1984) were huge hits despite low critical acclaim. He was a judge of Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, an Indian dance competition on Sony Entertainment Television.See all Editorial Reviews
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