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Parivar (1967) – Review

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On October 11, 2017
Gopal is a firm believer in family planning. He is a doctor. His step-mother drives him out of the house for his impertinence in condemning continued additions to the family. Gopal then marries Meena and puts his ideal family planning to practice. He undergoes a vasectomy operation after his third child was born but the […]

Banphool (1971) – Review

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On October 11, 2017

The hero is a simpleton working in a timber estate with his pet elephant. The heroine who sells tea falls in love with the simpleton. The villain who is the adopted son of the estate owner appears on

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Sanjog (1971) – Review

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On October 11, 2017
The hero is a rich youth and he falls in love with his fashionable college mate who is the daughter of a peon. They get married but the mother-in-law somehow manages to drive away the girl and informs the hero (her son) that his wife is dead. The tables turn. The hero is a head […]
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Do Raha (1971) – Review

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On October 11, 2017
The hero is an idealist. A writer by profession, his books are not sale-worthy and are rejected by publishers who want hot stuff that would sell. The hero comes across a rich man’s daughter and then they start cooing and wooing in scant swimming and revealing costumes on the beach. At last, the hero summons […]

Sabira (1956) – Review

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On September 2, 2017

Judging from the nature of its contents, Anis Pictures’ Sabira is a most moving tragedy. There can be few more touching scenes than those presented in it. The losses it characters suffer and the

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Musafirkhana (1955) – Review

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On September 2, 2017
Review Sadiq Productions’ “Musafir Khana,” premiered on September 11th, 1955 at the Novelty and released simultaneously at the Liberty and several other cinema houses in Bombay, is a rambunctious comedy highlighted by the uninhibited performances of three of the Indian screen’s most gifted comedians. Telling the story of three young men who run away from […]
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