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Nafrat (1973) – Review

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A police officer returning home finds to his shock that his wife is making love to another man. He sends both out of his home. The villain later leaves the rejected wife in lurch and vanishes. The villain, leader of a gang engaged in gun-running, tries to evade the law, after killing some of the aides of the officer. How they are booked, forms the climax. The romantic angle is provided by the love of the son of the officer for the sister of the villain in whose house he works.

There is nothing original in the story. Slick editing, songs and dances are, however, good and the picture may be liked by the groundlings.

Prem Chopra is best as villain. Premnath is his usual self. Bindu is tolerably good. Raakesh Roshan and Yogita Bali do nothing of acting except going on singing duets.

Year – 1973

Language – Hindi

Country – India

Producer – Kailash Chopra

Director – Sham Ralhan

Music Director – R. D. Burman

Box-Office Status

Cast – Prem Chopra, Rakesh Roshan, Rajendranath, Krishan Dhawan, Raju, Madan Puri, Yogeeta Bali, Chandrashekhar, Bindu

Miscellaneous Information

Songs List

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Year
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Music Director(s)
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