Ayee Milan Ki Bela - DVD

Ayee Milan Ki  Bela  -  DVD
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Ayee Milan Ki Bela - DVD

Starring: Actor / Actress - Rajendra Kumar,Dharmendra,Sunder,Madan Puri,Saira Bano,Shashikala,Sulochana

Director - Mohan Kumar

Producer - Filmyug

Music Director - Shanker Jaikishan

Print type - Color

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Lakshmi gave birth to twin bonny boysbut her own joy was shortlived when she was told of the tragedy, which had befallen her mistress. The mistress too was expecting to be a happy mother and that too after seventeen years of barren married life. The child was still-born. Unable to bear the thought of her mistress's agony, Lakshmi bravely gave away one of her own twins to take the place of dead child. Her mistress would never know the truth and Lakshmi herself vowed that secret would be deeply buried within her breast forever. Thus, did the twins attain manhood under very difficult circumstances. Ranjit was brought up in the very lap of luxury, and received the finest of education. His twin Shyam lived with his own mother Lakshmi and was constantly under the shadow of want and poverty yet already an acknowledged leader of men. Shyam got an opportunity of showing his wisdom and sterling qualities when Chowdhury Saaheb came to the Villagers with the proposal to form a cooperative. Steeped in ancient traditions, the suspicious villagers turned down the proposal but Shyam took a different view. His liberal upbringing gave him the foresight to appreciate the virtues of Chowdhury Saaheb's unselfish offer and Shyam's dynamic personality soon won over the dissidents. The farmers, led by Shyam joined the cooperative en masse. Shyam again became a great favourite of Chowdhury Saaheb while the cooperative farming brought the expected prosperity to the farmers of the region. The cooperative also opened an unexpected chapter in Shyam's life. Barkha was Chowdhury Saaheb's daughter and her appearance in Shyam's life came like a gentle spring shower that brings golden hues to the orchards of the colourful valley. They hailed from different stations of life yet were, by temperament, ideally suited to each other and their flush of romance in early spring ripened into a summer of tempestuous love. Little did the beautiful Barkha know that her father already had different plans for her future, into which would fit the cooperative's new manager. The new manager's arrival was a big event and the whole farm turned up at the small airstrip to welcome him. Out of the aircraft stepped none other than Shyam's twin brother Ranjit. Out of the plane and into a whirlpool of human emotions not of his own creation. It was as if a turbulent Fate had conspired to bring the brothers together, yet unknown to each other. Instinctively they took an immediate liking for each other yet how very unfortunate were they both to yearn for the same girl. And a silent witness to this most human of dramas involving her own flesh and blood was the tragic mother Lakshmi. All at once, an ugly storm gathered over the sunny valley. The laughter of young love was lost amidst the cries of an anguished mother and hate tore brother from brother, mother from son. The screen unfolds the dynamic action that leads to a stirring climax and carries emotions to hitherto unattained heights till comes the time of reunion of loving hearts