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Indu lives a middle-class lifestyle along with her widower dad. She attends college, meets with Raj, and both fall in love with each other. Raj follows her everywhere including a picnic, ... See full summary »

Director:

Pravin Bhatt

Writers:

Bharathiraja (story) (as Raj Bharath), Pravin Bhatt (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Raj Kiran ... Raj
Om Puri ... Dr. Ram Kumar Verma
Divya Rana Divya Rana ... Indu 'Dimpy' R. Verma
Satish Shah ... Inmate at C.T. Mental Hospital
Rakesh Bedi ... Stage Actor Preetam (as Raakesh Bedi)
Danny Denzongpa ... Inspector. Deepak
Kim ... Dancer / Singer at Deepak's engagement
Rita Rani Kaul Rita Rani Kaul ... (as Reeta Rani Kaul)
Sarwar Sarwar ... (as Sarvar)
Bharat Bhushan ... Indu's dad (as Bharat Bhooshan)
Sulabha Arya ... Indu's College Teacher (as Sulbha Arya)
Bansal Bansal ... Dr. Bansal
Neena Vij Neena Vij
Bhupendra Sood Bhupendra Sood
Tarendra Tarendra
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Indu lives a middle-class lifestyle along with her widower dad. She attends college, meets with Raj, and both fall in love with each other. Raj follows her everywhere including a picnic, much to the chagrin of her College Teacher, but Indu shuns her and sings and dances with Raj. Thereafter both take off on Raj's motorbike. Some goons attempt to molest her, a scuffle ensues, Indu is abducted and subsequently thrown down a cliff and the car with the molesters in it explodes. Raj thinks that Indu is dead and loses his mind and is institutionalized in C.T. Mental Hospital under the care of Dr. Ram Kumar Verma. When Raj gets better, he is discharged, finds out that Indu is still alive and goes to meet her and attempts to get intimate with her. It is then her husband, none other than Dr. Verma himself walks in, sees them together and decides to kill them. He does succeed in killing Raj, but before he could kill Indu, he is arrested and institutionalized in the very same hospital where he ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Genres:

Action | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

22 April 1988 (India) See more »

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Production Co:

The Bharat Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

" Ghungroo Toot Gaye" was earlier done by Pankaj Udhas in the album Anokha. The song was later remixed in the album Extra Hot 7 (Bhangra Remixes).The remix was in the year 1992. See more »

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Mohey aai na jag se laaj, me aisa jhoom ke naachi aaj, ke ghunghroo toot gaye
Sung by Asha Bhosle
Lyrics by Mumtaz Rasheed
Music by Pankaj Udhas
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nice movie
10 November 2015 | by nmeghnaSee all my reviews

nice movie i like the love story of raj kiran and divya it is emotional touching story of college love....om puri character is also nice

it gives some message that one should not lose his cool in difficult situations...

divya rana is looking very gorgeous in the movie ,.. danny is ossom his Hindi language is excellent...rakesh bedi is as usual cool...songs are okay..

I would give 9/10 only because of the college love shown nicely and how life changes after completing college and getting married...

overall nice movie worth watching...


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