GenreDrama, Romance Music directorP. Adinarayana Rao Duration CountryIndia
Release date1 January 1964 (1964-01-01) Based onAndhere Chirag
by Gulshan Nanda CastVyjayanthimala (Karuna), Manoj Kumar (Nirmal Verma), Mehmood Ali (Girdhari), Ashok Kumar (Doctor Verma), Shubha Khote (Missy) Similar moviesAshok Kumar appears in Phoolon Ki Sej and Bandini
Aa to aa zara vyjantimala manoj kumar phoolon ki sej
Phoolon Ki Sej (Hindi: फूलों की सेज; Urdu: پھولوں کی سیج; translation: Bed of Flowers) is a 1964 Black-and-white Social Hindi film written and directed by Inder Raj Anand. The film stars Vyjayanthimala, Ashok Kumar and Manoj Kumar in the lead with Nirupa Roy, Lalita Pawar, Mehmood, Shubha Khote, Mukri and Kanhaiyalal appearing in other significant roles. Music by Adi Narayana Rao was one of the plus point of this film. The song 'Aa bhi ja rasiya' is very melodious. This movie was based on Gulshan Nanda's famous novel of the same name. The film was produced by South Indian actress Anjali Devi and her husband P. Adinarayana Rao with their production company, Anjali Pictures. Phoolon Ki Sej is about a love between Nirmal Verma and Karuna.
Aa bhi ja rasiya classic romantic song phoolon ki sej vyjantimala manoj kumar mehmood
Nirmal Verma and Karuna are attracted to each other, while the former is touring that part of the country. They get very intimate, he promises to return, and even leaves his address with her but she misplaces it. Both do meet after 5 years, and after formal introductions - get married; and she re-locates to live with him and his doctor brother, and Bhabhi, Janki. Shortly thereafter Nirmal and the rest of the family are baffled when they find out Karuna secretly leaves the house and goes to an unknown location - when confronted - she refuses to divulge anything.
Vyjayanthimala as Karuna
Ashok Kumar as Doctor Verma
Manoj Kumar as Nirmal Verma
Nirupa Roy as Janki Verma
Lalita Pawar as Didi
Mehmood as Girdhari
Shubha Khote as Missy
Mukri as Jacket
Kanhaiyalal as Banwari
At the end of its theatrical run, Phoolon Ki Sej grossed around ₹90,00,000 with nett gross of ₹45,00,000, thus becoming the eighteenth highest grossing film of 1964 with verdict average success at box office. According to Ibosnetwork.com, the film had been grossed at about ₹45,00,000 and its adjust to inflation gross is about ₹68.42 crore (US$11 million) (2010).