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Aap Ki Kasam

Aap Ki Kasam
Movie: Aap Ki Kasam(1974)[tt0175423] Rajesh Khanna plays Mumtaz's jealous husband who begins to doubt her fidelity when his best friend Sanjeev Kumar enters their lives. She is unable to convince Rajesh Khanna that she loves only him. He leaves her, not knowing that she is pregnant with his child. Depressed and confused, Rajesh Khanna becomes a homeless wanderer, while Mumtaz remarries to provide a secure home for her child. Many years later, the truth dawns on him as he turns up, a broken man, at his own daughter's wedding. Written bygavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com
Title Aap Ki Kasam
Release Date 17 April 1974 (India)
Runtime
Genres Romance, Drama
Production Companies Filmyug PVT Ltd.
Rajesh Khanna
Rajesh Khanna...
Kamal Bhatnagar...
Mumtaz
Mumtaz...
Sunita Bhatnagar...
Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar...
Mohan...
Rehman
Rehman...
Sunita's Father...
Ranjeet
Ranjeet...
Suresh...
Dina Pathak
Dina Pathak...
Sunita's Mother...
A.K. Hangal
A.K. Hangal...
Kamal's Father...
Mehmood Jr.
Mehmood Jr....
Kalua (as Jr. Me...
Ruby Mayer
Ruby Mayer...
Girl's Hostel Superintend...
Asrani
Asrani...
Dr. Ghad-Ghad Singhwala...

Reviews

TuFNuT on 3 August 2008
What looks like a typical bollywood affair is actually a film enriched with deep human emotions. It comments upon relationships of love, marriage and friendship. Starts out as a cute and sparkling romance between an ordinary man Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaaz who is the only child of rich parents. Yes, they marry and the initial cute and sparkling chemistry is short lived. Next, you'll expect a 'Love Conquers All' and 'They lived happily ever after' scenario which you will NOT get here. Rajesh Khanna becomes a victim of Insecurity and suspicion and ruins it all -- his love, his friendship, his life, his everything.Which of the performances are the best? The beautiful Mumtaaz with her portrayal of a loving, exuberant and an understanding wife or Rajesh Khanna playing the suspicious husband who brings tears to your eyes seeing his hapless state towards the end, or is it Sanjeev Kumar's portrayal of a friend, the likes of which is a rarity in this world. With this legendary cast you wont have an answer to this question.Kishore Kumar's soulful song -- 'Zindagi Ke Safar Mei Guzar Jaatein Hai' will stick with you long after this is over.Highly Recommended!

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