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Arth  (1983 - Hindi)

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  • mithun shetty
    mithun shettywrote on Sep 23 2009 2:58PM

    Pooja (Shabana Azmi), who grew up as an orphan girl, becomes insecure when she finds out that she and her husband, Inder (Kulbhushan Kharbanda), have to leave the apartment they rent. The twist that occurred when Inder gives her the keys of a new house proves to be double-edged, when it is revealed that he is in love with another woman, Kavita (Smita Patil), with whom he earned the money (in the film industry) for the new apartment. While previously giving advices to her maid (Rohini Hattangadi) cheated by her husband, now Pooja becomes herself involved in a similar situation. When Inder deserts Pooja for Kavita, she chooses to leave the apartment for a women hostel only with 2000 rupees that she had when she got married. She is helped by Raj (Raj Kiran) to surpass the difficulties of a life as a single person, to find a job and to rely morally on herself. As some time passes, the mental instability of Kavita deepens her fears of insecurity, even after Inder requests Pooja to sign the divorce papers. After the insistence of Kavita's mother (Dina Pathak) and of her personal doctor (Om Shivpuri), Pooja personally assures Kavita that she is not interested anymore in Inder. However, the attitude of Pooja only convices Kavita that she did a bad thing breaking a marriage and thus, to escape from her feeling of guilt and insecurity, she breaks the relation with Inder. The latter tries to revive the relation with Pooja, but he is rejected


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