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Director  Basu Chatterjee
Release date  February 23, 1972 (India)
Country  India
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Family, Musical
Duration  
Language  Hindi
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Release date  1972 (1972)
Writer  Basu Chatterjee (dialogue), Vasant P. Kale (story), Ram Kelkar (screenplay)
Featured songs  Ye Zulf Kaisee Hai, Piya Ka Ghar, Ye Jeevan Hai, Bambaee Shahar Kee
Music director  Laxmikant–Pyarelal, Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
Cast  Jaya Bhaduri Bachchan (Malti Shankar), Anil Dhawan (Ram G Sharma), Asrani, Ranjita Thakur (Shobha Shiri Sharma), Paintal (Arun)
Similar movies  Insaaf (1987)

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Piya Ka Ghar (Devanagari: पिया का घर, Nastaliq: پیا کا گھر, translation: "My Beloved's House", 1972) is a Hindi comedy set (mainly) in Mumbai in the 1970s. It is a remake of Raja Thakur's Marathi film Mumbaicha Javai. It portrays the difficulties of life in India's biggest city during the 1970s in the form of a comic family drama.

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Plot

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The two main characters are Ram and Malti (Jaya Bhaduri). Ram lives in an apartment in Mumbai. Malti initially lives in a relatively comfortable home in an unidentified village.

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Ram and Malti are hooked up through a matchmaker that their parents have hired. We first see the matchmaker visiting Malti's house; he then visits Ram and his family (parents, two brothers, one sister-in-law, three uncles, and two aunts), who live together in a one-room apartment.

Ram and Malti fall in love, and Ram's family visits her in her village. Soon, they are married, and Malti moves to Ram's apartment, not knowing what to expect. Since there is very little room left in the apartment, the newlyweds are forced to sleep in the kitchen. They make several comical, but failed, attempts to have some privacy.

At last, Malti can bear it no longer, and her uncle arrives to take her back to the village. But when they see all her in-laws offering to move out on her account, they change their minds, saying that such love overcomes the difficulties of living in Mumbai. In the end, the couple finally finds the privacy they sought.

Songs

The following songs, listed in the order in which they appear, are from Piya Ka Ghar:

  • "Ye Zulf Kaisee Hai (Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammed Rafi)" — This love song is somewhat well known.
  • "Ye Jeevan Hai (Kishore Kumar)" — This was the most popular song in Piya Ka Ghar. It is the film's theme.
  • "Piya Ka Ghar (Lata Mangeshkar)" — In this song, Malti tries to make the most of her new life. The lyrics are not to be found online. Lyrics are here http://www.glamsham.com/music/lyrics/piya-ka-ghar-(1972)/piya-ka-ghar-hai-ye/2513/8019.htm
  • "Bambaee Shahar Kee (Kishore Kumar)" — This relatively obscure song portrays Mumbai more optimistically and romantically.
  • References

    Piya Ka Ghar Wikipedia
    Piya Ka Ghar IMDb


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