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Shankar (Dharmendra), Vijay (Vijay Arora), and Ratan (Tariq) are three brothers. On their father's birthday, their mother taught them a song titled Yaadon Ki Baaraat which they held dearly to their hearts. As fate may have it, one day, the boys' fathe
Vijay Khanna is a law graduate-cum-tabloid editor. He falls in love with Princess Sunita, while general elections are underway. Vijay becomes accused of a political leader's murder. Gradually, the couple tries to expose a criminal-politician nexus.
Sujit started having mental problems when he was six years after visiting his dad, Ajit, at a mental asylum. Thereafter he kept on getting into trouble, and even ran away from the orphanage. Years later a Musician and Singer, Shyam, found Sujit singin
Udharchand Shikarpuri is a homeless man who lives in Bombay albeit under the roof of multi-millionaire Seth Kalidas...
Sanjay lives a poor lifestyle in Darjeeling and makes a living as a Tourist Guide. He meets with Calcutta-based Priya Khanna, and both fall in love. When she receives word that her dad has been arrested, she returns home, and with a lot of problems do
Manmohan alias Moni lives a dual life. One as a magician, and the other as a thief with the name of Bhagula Bhagat...
Chaudhary Shambhunath (Balraj Sahni) considers the accumulation of wealth to be important than education. He condones his sister's inattention at school and consequently she grows up anpadh (illiterate). When she finds herself married to a bibliophil
Orphan Ranjit studies in a school where-by he is a trouble-maker; his pranks goes beyond the limit when he accidentally throws his classmate...
In order to help the poor and needy; Vijay alias Fakira rob a gang leader, Chimanlal on multiple occasions of his cash and smuggled goods..
Raja Bahadur rules his region, although fully aware that his days as King are numbered. Nevertheless...
Weekly 4pm visits? According to the film the son never met his father until toward the end of the film.
Laxmi is a 1957 Indian Hindi film, directed by G.P. Pawar and produced by Chitra Bharti. The film stars Chandrashekhar, Moni Chatterjee, Kamal Kapoor, Nanda, Roopmala and Ramayan Tiwari in lead roles. The film has musical score by Avinash Vyas.