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Sachaa Jhutha

Sachaa Jhutha
Movie: Sachaa Jhutha(1970)[tt0148691] Bhola is a young musision who arrives in Bombay to try to make a living as a music player to get money for his crippled twin sister, Belu, to find a sutor to marry her. Ranjit Kamar is a wealthy businessman who moonlights as a diamond thief and smuggler who is the dead spliting image of Bhola. Bhola and Ranjit paths cross at a costume party Bhola unknowingly crashes in which Ranjit and his mistress Rita persuade the unsuspecting and naive country-bumkin Bhola to impersonate Ranjit for social engagements while the real Ranjit settles for his criminal activities, while a undercover police woman persues Bhola/Ranjit hoping to catch him in his latest thief. Written byMatthew Patay
Title Sachaa Jhutha
Release Date 1 May 1970 (India)
Runtime
Genres Action, Comedy, Thriller
Production Companies V.R. Films
Rajesh Khanna
Rajesh Khanna...
Bhola / Ran...
Mumtaz
Mumtaz...
Leena / Rit...
Vinod Khanna
Vinod Khanna...
Inspector. Pradhan...
Kumari Naaz
Kumari Naaz...
Belu (as Naaz)...
Jagdish Raj
Jagdish Raj...
Inspector. Jagdish...
Kamal Kapoor
Kamal Kapoor...
Commisioner of Police...
Ratnamala
Ratnamala...
Miss Malti Mehra ...
Viju Khote
Viju Khote...
...
Santosh Kumar
Santosh Kumar...
...
Jullian
Jullian...
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Reviews

spirit_free on 14 August 2010
This is one of those formulaic film that Hindi cinema is famous for, including not-so-subtle moralistic teachings.The simple, kind-hearted, charming village man vs the sophisticated, evil crook. Both played by handsome Rajesh Khanna with trademark mannerisms that somehow feel genuine.With multitude of coincidences, the plot pushes along with the help of beautiful, sweet (though not smart) Mumtaz and melodious songs. Thrown in are the requisite damsel in distress scenes. We are at least spared the song in rain.I give it 8 out 10 because it works, well, most of the time and the fast-forward is always handy. Also, Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz are very watchable. And I was interested enough to watch it through the end even if there is no mystery whatsoever about how a Hindi movie would end.

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