Sohni Mahiwal is a 1958 Bollywood film produced by J. N. Choudhary and directed by Raja Nawathe. The film stars Bharat Bhushan, Nimmi and Om Prakash in lead roles. The film's music is composed by Naushad. The film is based on the tragic romances of the Sindh, Sohni Mahiwal.
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Gopal Bharat Bhooshan, a poor music-teacher of Goa, earns his livelihood by teaching music to the children in his village. Though Gopal and his wife Sharda Shalini and their three children are poor, they face life with integrity. One day Gopal leaves home to better his prospects by taking employment onboard a ship. But, soon after his departure, news comes that the ship has been wrecked, and he is reported missing. Sharda tries her best to stem the onrushing tide of poverty but cannot, and soon her children are on the verge of starvation. Trapped in the storms of agony and tortures, Sharda finally takes a brave decision -- and accepts Vijay Babu's offer to marry him. Several years pass, and we find on the shores of Africa a bearded Gopal bereft of memory. But one day he hears a familiar melody, a composition of his own, sung by one of his former pupils. Memory flashes back to him, and he returns to his native place in Goa. Here, he's shocked to find his home broken down and deserted. Then he hears of his wife's remarriage to Vijay Babu and finds his children grownup, rich and happy. Gopal decides not to re-enter their lives instead choosing to eke out a quiet and lonely existence. But the wheel of fate turns once again and one day, the he saves Geetahis daughter from a ruffian. One thing leads to another, and soon, Sharada, comes to know that the strange friend of her youngest daughter is none other than her own husband! Almost simultaneously, Vijay Babu learns the truth too. Instantly he decides to get rid of poor Gopal. Watch to know what happens next. more»
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