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An Evening In Paris  (1967 - Hindi)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 5 2008 2:41PM

    A girl named Deepa (Sharmila Tagore) goes to Paris to search of true love. There she meets Sam (Shamuri Kapoor) & both fall in love. Meanwhile her father's secretary's son (Pran) is in a gambling debt and wants money. Otherwise her boss will harm him. So he loves Deepa, to get the money & wants to marry her. But she refuses him and this infuriates him. At his boss's Casino, he sees a girl looking pretty like Deepa, Suzy, who happens to be Deepa long lost twin sister, Rupa. He kidnaps the real Deepa & puts Suzy in her place. But Sam finds the truth. He calls the father. She is a casino Dancer. Both find it hard to accept each other. She gets angry and does not tell where Deepa is. Sam begs her and says that she will tell Deepa's whereabouts only if he marries gunuine lovers. Meanwhile, Shekhar's boss has asked Ransom money for the real Deepa! Both Sam & Suzy go for it Suzy switching places with Deepa. The real Deepa escapes. Sam arrives there and enters inti a fight with Jack, the gangster. Jack shoots the real Suzy, pretending to be Deepa. Suzy tells Sam that shes really Suzy & that Deepa has escaped. Sam runs away but tells Makhan Singh (the driver friend) to help Suzy and finds Deepa & both run away. Suzy is taken to the hospital & survives. Super music with catchy songs!


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