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Anamika (1973) – Review


A writer sees a girl lying on the road and takes her home. Next day, she claims him as her husband to his consternation. The doctor claims that it may be a case of amnesia. The writer-bachelor thinks that she is after his wealth. Close proximity makes the hero like the heroine. This happens in Simla and then the explanation comes from the girl who tells that how the villain made her life miserable and how she pretended to be his wife and later, how she really loved him. Before the happy ending the hero and the villain fight.

The film starts promisingly with a puzzle but the solving of the same is poor and contrived. The film itself is full of cliches.

Sanjeev Kumar fails to maintain his reputation. Jaya is typed.

Some songs are good in an otherwise humdrum variety.

Year – 1973

Language – Hindi

Country – India

Producer – Tahir Hussain

Director – R. Jhalani

Music Director – R. D. Burman

Box-Office Status

Cast – Helen, Jaya Bachchan, Achla Sachdev, Narendranath, A. K. Hangal, Jankidas, Mac Mohan, Iftekhar, Rajesh Behl, Sanjeev Kumar, Asrani, Ashoo

Miscellaneous Information

Songs List

Music Director(s)
Bahon men chale aao
Lata Mangeshkar
R.D. Burman
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