A book-keeper, in search of accommodation, shares a room with his friend and two other flatmates. He meets a girl one rainy day and they eventually fall in love.
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This Bollywood comedy classic is a hilarious story of how destiny brings two opposites together. Bhola is a straightforward and unlettered village bumpkin, while Bindu is a modern and educated rich girl who is independent and spirited in nature. While Bhola falls in love with Bindu, she ridicules him and only feels contempt for him. Her music teacher encourages her to hurl more insults at Bhola. A heartbroken Bhola turns to Guru who runs an amateur theatre company with his motley bunch of artistes and singers. Guru devises ingenious tricks whereby Bhola is able to impress Bindu. A laugh-riot that will have you roll of your sets with mirth, Padosan also boasts of super-hit songs, including the unforgettable 'Mere Samne Wali Khidki Mein', 'Ek Chatur Naar' and 'Meri Pyari Bindu.' more»
Sadhu Aur Shaitan| 1968
Sadhu Aur Shaitan
Innocent and honest Bajrang (Mehmood) drives a taxi and helps everyone. He is devoted to his daily customer, another kind-hearted gentleman, Mr. Sadhuram (Om Prakash) who is a bank employee. One day a man claiming to be a childhood friend of Sadhuram, named Sher Khan (Pran), enters their lives. His motive is to rob the bank where Sadhuram is employed and blame Sadhuram for this. He manipulates Sadhuram into accepting him and moves in with him. He borrows a large sum of money from Sadhuram, and also manages to duplicate the bank's safe's key, and steals the money. The Bank Manager (Nasir Hussain) notifies the police of the robbery and Sadhuram becomes the prime suspect. In a panic, Sadhuram, who comes into possession of the money that Sher Khan has stolen, flees with the police on his tail. Sher Khan (alias dacoit Dilawar Khan) is killed and his dead body ends up in the back seat of Bajrang's taxi, and now, Bajrang too is on the run. With no to clear their names of the crime, how will Bajrang and Sadhuram prove their innocence? more»