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Pyase Panchhi  (1961 - Hindi)

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  • Sajid
    Sajid wrote on Apr 5 2008 2:41PM

    It is the love story about two people of different castes, with some issues which concern "Harijans". Jamuna Prasad, lives with his sister. in the town of Rangpur. Jamuna Prasad (Jeevan) is looking out for a marriage proposal for his sister, Sheela (Ameeta). He chances upon Ganga Prasad's son Kiran kumar(Agha). Ganga prasad (David) comes to Rangpur to meet Jamuna Prasad and recover some money from Dipchand (Narbada Shankar). Kiran sends his friend Mahesh(Mehmood) to Rangpur as he is in love with Jyoti .In Rangpur, Mahesh and Sheela fall in love with each other. Mahesh then returns and tells the same to Kiran Kumar. In the meanwhile Kiran's father writes a letter of acceptance for the proposal to Jamuna Prasad. However, Jamuna Prasad comes to know that he has been cheated by Kiran by sending his friend to meet Sheela. Jamuna prasad threatens Ganga prasad by saying that he will go the court. Kiran refuses to marry Sheela because he loves Jyoti. In Rangpur, Mahesh has promised to the Harijans that he will fight for them because Jamuna Prasad does not permit these people to fill the water from his well. In the end Mahesh along with the Harijans, fights with Jamuna prasad and gains success in the mission. He also wins the love of the Harijans. The film is a comedy but with some social issues pertaining to Harijans. Mehmood and Ameeta perform well in their roles. David, Agha, Mallika have also performed their roles well. A good movie on the overall.


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