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Raadha Aur Seeta  (1979 - Hindi)

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  • samrat mukherjee
    samrat mukherjeewrote on Apr 8 2008 6:26PM

    Seeta and Radha are studying in college and they are close friend. Seeta a middle class girl with values and very shy in nature. Radha is just opposite. She is ultra modern in dress and often fights with boys. Shekher is a rich businessman's only son and a brilliant student. He wants to learn business as a trainee in a business firm by his own virtue, so he comes to Pune. He takes shelter in his friend's home, where he meets Seeta. Soon they fall in love. Shekher joins in Radha's father's firm as a trainee. Radha meets with him and starts to fight. Soon, she also falls in love with Shekher. Radha & Seeta, often try to see each others' lover, but fail. Shekher's father comes to Pune and meets with Eadha's father surprised, Radha and her father introduced with a new Shekher, who is a rich businessman. Shekher's father returns soon. Radha's father decides to get her married with shekher. Radha agrees, as she has changed totally. But when Shekher is approached, he refuses. Shekher is only going to marry Seeta. Radha comes to know everything. It breaks her heart. Shekher marries Seeta. They come to railway station for taking train. Radha also comes. She says goodbye to them. Newly married couple goes, leaving Radha alone.


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