Seema and Uma belongs to a Thakur family which earns their bread & butter through stage & dance performances and this leaves Seema disowned by groom's father, right at the time of marriage rituals. Ashok, son of Diwan Saheb, marries Seema, then & there, to save their faces. Diwan disapproves this marriage and Ashok leaves his estate. He stays in a small rented house with Seema & Uma and starts doing odd jobs. Seema gives birth to their son, Munna. Ashok is diagnosed with an ophthalmic complicacy and need Rs.3000 for an operation which they could not manage despite many efforts. Seema writes to Diwan for money for Ashok's eye operation. Diwan agrees on a condition that Seema leaves Ashok alone.
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Gerard M (ru) wrote: Paul Tanter makes lots of low budget films and that is the best you can say about him and this film.
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Chase M (au) wrote: Another suspenseful movie for the franchise
Sharon R (de) wrote: One of my favirite movie
Patrick W (br) wrote: nobody truly understood Bronson :(
Charlie L (ca) wrote: Not even Pacino and De Niro can save this poorly scripted film; the surprising twist at the end is excellent yet badly executed.
Private U (gb) wrote: great story. must see!
Tabatha T (us) wrote: I loved this I got it the day it came out and watched it over a million times already lol
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Alejandro E (nl) wrote: Una de las comedias que apuntalaron la carrera de Tom Hanks, en la que hace ver el lado gracioso del dificil proceso de crecer y madurar. A destacar la escena del piano gigante.
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Heather M (nl) wrote: This has a few laughs and a very good ending, but it is overall a disappointing viewing experience.