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Aakhri Khat  (1966 - Hindi)

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    Divya Solgama

    By Divya Solgama(05 Apr 2008)

    The film starts at Kulu where Govind Bali first meet Ladjo. Both fell in love & got married secretly in a temple. Ladjo becomes pregnant & her step-mother comes to know this. She sells her to a man for Rs. 500 where she is beaten & thrown out . She goes to Govind in Bombay & Govind is planning to go to America & he refuse to believe that the child is his and the whole story of Ladjo. Ladjo writes a letter, that she wont see him again. Govind relocates to Bombay where he starts his own business & makes a sculptor of Ladjo. Ladjoo writes a letter that she gaved the birth to Bantu her son. And both if them are in Bombay . Ladjo is seriously ill & may not live long. As Govind realises his mistake he goes to the Police, meets Inspector & few days. Later he is asked to identify the lifeless body found on the Sea coast which is Ladjo's body. Then the search begin for Bantu, who is only 15 month old and no one know what he looks like & even, whether he is still alive or dead. In short, the story is about a child and how he survives in such a big city.

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    V. Manohar

    By V. Manohar (22 Dec 2008)

    First movie of Super Star Rajesh Khanna made on 1966 it seems a precursor to it. Super Star Rajesh khanna a medical student loves a girl of a village.he comes to city and has to leave» read more

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    V. Manohar

    By V. Manohar (20 Nov 2008)

    Filmfare Awards -1969 : Best Cinematography (Black And White) for Kamal Bose

    BFJA Awards (1968) : Special Award for Bunty.

    RAJESH KHANNA - THE GREATEST LIVING» read more