Directed by Chander Vohra
Screenplay by Gulshan Nanda
Release date 8 April 1970 (India)
Produced by L.V. Prasad
Story by Gulshan Nanda
Director Chander Vohra
|Written by Aghajani Kashmeri (dialogues)
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)|
Starring Sanjeev Kumar Mumtaz Shatrughan Sinha Jeetendra
Awards Filmfare Award for Best Actress, Filmfare Award for Best Film
Cast Sanjeev Kumar, Jeetendra, Mumtaz, Shatrughan Sinha, Jagdeep
Khilona (English: Toy) is a 1970 Indian drama film, produced by L.V. Prasad on Prasad Productions Pvt.Ltd. banner and directed by Chander Vohra. Starring Sanjeev Kumar, Mumtaz, Jeetendra in lead roles. Other actors in supporting roles are Shatrughan Sinha, Durga Khote, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The film recorded as "Super Hit" at the box office. The film was not remade in Tamil instead both Hindi and Tamil version were simultaneously made. Tamil version had Engirundho Vandhaal with Sivaji Ganesan and Jayalalithaa. The film was also remade in Malayalam as Amrithavaahini.
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The film received six nominations at the 18th Filmfare Awards in 1971 of which it won the Filmfare Best Movie Award and Filmfare Best Actress Award for Mumtaz. Other nominations were for Best Actor (Sanjeev Kumar), Best Comic (Jagdeep), Best Story (Gulshan Nanda), and Best Male Playback Singer (Mohd. Rafi).
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Vijaykamal (Sanjeev Kumar) is a son of a rich Thakur Suraj Singh but has lost his mind. He sees his lover Sapna marry his neighbour Bihari (Shatrughan Sinha) and then commit suicide on the night of the Diwali party hosted by Bihari. This incident puts Vijay in shock. Thakur believes that if Vijay gets married, his mental health would improve. He hence approaches a tawaif Chand (Mumtaz) to pretend to be Vijay's wife and thus help him get better. But Chand receives cold treatment by Vijay's mother and his elder brother Kishore. Once, in a fit of madness, Vijay sexually assaults Chand. But later Chand becomes very friendly with Vijay and that starts improving his condition.
Bihari who wishes to have Chand for himself also tries to persuade Vijay's young sister Radha. He promises Radha to make her an actress in Bollywood and asks her to elope with him with the family's money and gold. But Chand does not let Bihari's plan work. Vijay's younger brother Mohan (Jeetendra) also falls in love with noble Chand and is heartbroken when he finds out that she is pregnant (owing to the assault) and is carrying Vijay's child. Dejected, he leaves home without notice.
In a fight between Vijay and Bihari, Bihari falls off the terrace and this shocks Vijay curing him of his mental ailment. But then Vijay is unable to recall Chand. She is then humiliated by the family and is thrown out of the house. Mohan steps in and accuses everyone for treating her like a toy and only using her when needed. He reveals how she saved Radha from Bihari's evil pursuits. It is also revealed that Chand was actually born in a noble family and was only raised as a tawaif as she was found alone after a train accident. The family thus accepts Chand and all ends well.
All the songs were composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal and lyrics were penned by Anand Bakshi.
The film won two Filmfare Awards out of the six nominations it received.
Other four nominations that it received were;
1Sanam Tu Bewafa Ke Naam SeLata Mangeshkar6:09
2Khush Rahe Tu SadaMohammed Rafi3:36
3Khilona Jaankar Tum KyuMohammed Rafi4:02