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Prithvi Vallabh  (1943 - Hindi)

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  • The Big Movie Buff
    The Big Movie Buff wrote on Jan 15 2009 7:57PM

    This is a story of a true king called Prithvi Vallabh (Sohrab Modi) who always keeps his people happy in his kingdom. After winning a battle with a neighbouring kingdom, the king of that region, king Sailab Raj (Sankantha Prasad) is captured and brought in front of Prithvi. Sailaab is made to wash Prithvi's feet with holy water in front of the whole kingdom. After that, Prithvi makes Sailab his friend and releases him. Sailab goes back to his kingdom but he finds that he is not welcome there since he had lost the battle. He confides in his sister Mrinalvati (Durga Khote) and she tells him that if he wants to make her happy then he must go and capture Prithvi and make him the prisoner.

    Sailab goes and gets hold of Prithvi and puts him in prison. Mrinalvati meets Prithvi and have huge heated arguments, but during the arguments they both fall in love. She comes and meets Prithvi everyday in the prison and they spend a lot of time together. They decide to escape but Sailab comes to know about and orders that Prithvi be killed on being trampled upon by elephants. In the kingdom people are upset as Prithvi is an honest and courageous leader. The day arrives when Prithvi is to be killed by the elephants. Prithvi informs the entire kingdom that he is ready to die, but Mrinalvati does not want him to get killed. In the end, she also goes with him and both get killed by the elephants.


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