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Director  S. Balasubramanian
Release date  1971 (India)
Producer  S. Balasubramanian
Language  Hindi
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama, Family
Music director  Rahul Dev Burman
Country  India
Sanjog (1971 film) movie poster
Release date  1971
Genres  Bollywood, Drama, Comedy, Family film, World cinema
Cast  Amitabh Bachchan (Mohan), Mala Sinha (Asha Devi), Aruna Irani (Seema), Johnny Walker (Mansukh), Nazir Hussain (Seemas Father)
Similar movies  Amitabh Bachchan and Mala Sinha appear in Sanjog and Pyar Ki Kahani

Sanjog is a 1972 Bollywood drama film directed by S. Balasubramanian. The film stars Mala Sinha, Aruna Irani and Amitabh Bachchan in the lead roles. This film is a remake of Iru Kodugal directed by K. Balachander which starred Sowcar Janaki, Jayanthi and Gemini Ganesan in the lead roles.

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Cast

  • Mala Sinha ... Asha Devi
  • Amitabh Bachchan... Mohan
  • Aruna Irani ... Seema
  • Madan Puri ... Shiv Dayal (Asha's Father)
  • Nazir Hussain ... Seema's Father
  • Johnny Walker ... Mansukh
  • Keshto Mukherjee ... Mohan's Father
  • Ramesh Deo ... Hospital Doctor
  • Malika
  • Sulochana Chatterjee
  • Chandrima Bhaduri
  • Baby Indira
  • Master Sheroo
  • Master Ratan
  • Master Chicoo
  • Plot

    Mohan (Amitabh Bachchan) falls in love with Asha Devi (Mala Sinha) and they get married in Kasi. The marriage is not accepted by Mohan's mother and the couple gets separated. Asha is pregnant and her father (Madan Puri), realising that no man will marry Asha second time, decides to make her a collector. Mohan meanwhile had moved to South India, where he later married Seema (Aruna Irani) by hiding his previous marriage. They live a happy life with their three children and Seema's father(Nazir Hussain). Mohan works as a clerk in the collector's office. A new collector arrives at the office, and it turns out to be Asha. They tend to work together and someone spreads a rumour across stating that there is an affair between Asha and Mohan. This rumour reaches Seema and she is completely disturbed. Seema discovers the secret of Mohan's affair with Asha. Meanwhile, the sons of both Asha and Seema drowned in water and have been admitted to Hospital. Somehow Seema manages the disturbance of the secret and accepts Asha as her sister. But Asha's son dies in hospital while Seema's son survives. Seema gives Asha her son as a gift. Asha and Mohan leave for abroad as Asha got her duty abroad.

    Soundtrack

    1. "Roop Yeh Tera Jisne Banaya" - Kishore Kumar
    2. "Kisi Gul Ki Ye Kismat Hai Ki Vo Sehare Me Sajta Hai" - Mohammed Rafi
    3. "Ek Do Tin Chaar Paanch Chhe Aur Saat" - Kishore Kumar
    4. "Man Mandir Me Preet Ka" - Asha Bhosle, Lata Mangeshkar

    References

    Sanjog (1972 film) Wikipedia
    Sanjog (1971 film) IMDb


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