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| D.D. Kashyap, Ram Daryani|
Rajinder Singh Bedi, Qamar Jalalabadi, Rajinder Krishan
Qamar Jalalabadi, Rajendra Krishan, D.D. Kashyap, Rajinder Singh Bedi
Suraiya (Shyama), Pran (Jeetu), Geeta Bali (Kiran), Niranjan Sharma (Amar Nath), Shanti Madhok
Pyar Ki Jeet (1948 film), Bahar (film), Dillagi (1949 film)
Bari Behen Wikipedia
Bari Behen is a 1949 Hindi Bollywood film direct, screenplay and producer by D. D. Kashyap, starring Suraiya, Rehman, Ullhas and Pran. The film was remade in Sinhalese as Sujatha (1953).
Shyama (Suraiya) gets a job as a servant so she can pay for her younger sister, Kiran's (Geeta Bali) education in the city. Kiran, though, is in love with a rogue, Ajit (Pran). Ajit makes Kiran splurge all the money Shyama sends her on them. Meanwhile, Shyama meets and falls in love with Shyam (Rehman), the son of the family she works for and who is a doctor who wants to treat the poor. With both of being ill-treated by the woman of the house, who is Shyam's step mother, they decide to elope. However, Kiran comes to her, abandoned and impregnated. Shyama goes along with her without informing Shyam in order to find Ajit. They find Ajit but he escapes from them. The two sisters then relocate to another town. Kiran has the child, Shyama works in another house, where in order to get Kiran settled with the young man of the house and to prove her to be without blemish, she takes it upon herself to claim to be the mother of the child. This causes further complications with Shyam, who has managed to trace her out and now believes that she has been unfaithful to him. Wallowing in grief, he falls ill. Finally, with the help of a kindly army colonel, also Ajit's uncle (Ulhas), all ends well that well with a repentant Ajit marrying Kiran and Shyama reunited with Shyam.Suraiya as ShyamaRehman as ShyamUllhas as ColonelPran as Jeetu /AjitGulabRoopkamalBabytabassum as MunniShanti MadhokNiranjan Sharma as Amar NathGeeta Bali as KiranBaij SharmaRam Avtar as Seth Amrit LalAmar KumarGyani SarangMrs. PaulPapoo& Gita Bali
Music composed by Husnlal Bhagatram and lyrics by Rajinder Krishna & Qamar Jalalabadi.
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