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Director  Rajat Rakshit
Music director  Hemant Bhosle
Language  Hindi
8/10 IMDb

Release date  June 15, 1978 (India)
Country  India
Damaad movie poster
Release date  1978
Writer  Laxmi Pandey (dialogue), Rajat Rakshit
Screenplay  Rajat Rakshit, Laxmi Pandey
Producers  Anand Bhosle, Pari A.V. Mohan
Cast  Amol Palekar, Ranjeeta Kaur, Shreeram Lagoo, Preeti Ganguly, Ashok Saraf
Similar movies  Sautela (1999)

Damaad 1978 part 1


Damaad is a 1978 Bollywood film directed by Rajat Rakshit. It is a comedy.

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Plot

Sharad (Amol Palekar) belongs to a middle-class family and lives with his brother and sister-in-law. Sharad gets a job in Malavli in which he is not interested. He however does go for the job where he meets Mr. Rodrigues and Mr. Choudhury who are initially rude to him, but afterwards mellow down. Both these men are on the look-out for grooms for their daughters. On the first day Sharad's boss takes him to his house for lunch where he is introduced to Heena, the Boss' daughter who falls in love with him. Then he gets introduced to Mr. Rodrigues' daughter too. But Sharad is in love with Renu (Ranjeeta Kaur), his neighbour. In the factory his assistant Mr.Kote (Ashok Saraf) wants to help him get out of the trap created by Mr. Chaudhury and Rodrigues. Kote spreads the rumour that Sharad does is not of chaste character. This however creates tensions between Renu and Sharad. Mr. Chaudhury starts believing that Kote is spreading the rumours in order to win the place of his son-in-law. At this juncture Sharad introduces Renu to all of them and all tensions are resolved.

Cast

  • Amol Palekar
  • Ranjeeta Kaur
  • Shreeram Lagoo
  • Keshto Mukherjee
  • Preeti Ganguli
  • Pinchoo Kapoor
  • Ashok Saraf
  • References

    Damaad Wikipedia
    Damaad IMDb


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