A good masala movie but only for watchable once. Though the film stars Madhuri so it can be watched twice. Now back to the movie, the story is somewhat very common and I am sure it must have been copied from any other old movie. I guess Madhuri must have signed it only for the legendry actors, Sunil Dutt and Rajendra Kumar working in this film.
Anyways the story is somewhat like this;
In a village, farmers Dharamraaj (Rajendra Kumar) and Balram Choudhary (Sunil Dutt) are two friends who live in Ram Nagar in scenic Ooty. While Dharamraaj is widowed and lives with his mom (Dina Pathak) and son, Raju (Kumar Gaurav).
Balram lives with his wife, Savitri (Maya Alagh) and a daughter, Guddi (Madhuri). Now Dharamraaj and Balram arrange their marriage (child marriage) so as to cement their friendship even more, much to everyone's delight. This event is blessed by Mouni Baba from the local Shiv Mandir, whose predictions have never been proved to be wrong.
Dharamraaj then re-locates to Bombay as he wants to be a businessman, while Balram decided to continue farming. Raju is sent to a hostel, and then subsequently to America for further studies.
Years later, Balram goes to Dharamraaj to confirm Raju and Guddi's marriage, but Dharamraaj informs him that the marriage cannot take place just because of their status. Balram returns home and relays this news to his wife, who delivers a heart-attack and subsequently passes away. Guddi swears never to speak with or about Raju or his family again.
Then romance enters her life when she meets with a Journalist named Gopal (Kumar Gaurav). Balram is introduced to Gopal and does take a liking to him, but disapproves of his meeting with Guddi. Gopal promises Balram that he will not meet Guddi again until they give permission for their marriage. When Gopal does not return, Guddi goes to Mouni Baba and is told that Gopal has not been true to her.
At the end all the suspense reveals, and also finally the two friends reunites again, and so do Guddi finds her true child love back in her live with a slogan of all lived happily ever after!
Good story, good performance, and can be watch once.