Manzil - DVD

Manzil - DVD
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Manzil - DVD

Movie Director: Mandi Buraman

Producer: Kalpana Pictures

Starring: Dev Anand, Nutan, K.N. Singh Subtitles: English

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Synopsis:

Rajoo, sent abroad to study engineering, returns to his native Simla determined to carve out a career in music. Pushpa his childhood sweetheart and betrohed encourages ambitions, but his conservative father, Mr. Mehta, is shocked. Rajoo secures a job with a Simla hotel band, and Mr. Mehta hears that his son had become, of all things, an ordinary band-master ! This news is cleverly conveyed by Captain Premnath, Rajoo’s rival for Pushpa’s hand in marriage. Mr. Mehta demands Rajoo go give up his job forthwith, but finding him unrepentant he orders him out of his house. Pushpa suggest that Rajoo should go and seek his fortune in one of the major cities like Calcutta, Delhi or Bombay where there were sure to be greater opportunities to further his chosen career. Rajoo agrees with Pushpa, and bidding her atender farewell, he entrained for Bombay. Life in Bombay was neither easy nor ind towards strangers, and Rajoo was somewhat fortunate to find good friends. The panwallah at the street corner had a heart of gold, and was always ready to help Rajoo within his means. Shaad, a music director in those early days of the talking film, took a fancy to the young Rajoo and emplyed him as assistant. Shaad was greatly impressed with Rajoo’s ideas, and he told him – “You are far ahead of your time. One day your music will make you famous.” Pushpa suddenly found herself cut off from Rajoo. Her Letters remained unanswered. Pushpa could not have imagined that another girl was trying to force her way into Rajoo’s life. Though Rajoo had no feelings beyond friendliness. Titli was madly in love with him. Any trick was good enough for Titli to win her man, and she manipulated that no letter from Pushpa should reach Rajoo, at the same time seeing that none of Rajoo’s letters should even get to the post box. As time went by, Pushpa anxiously requested her mother to write to her maternal uncle in Bombay who would visit Rajoo and find out what was wrong with him. The uncle’s report spoke of Title. As time went by, Pushpa anxiously requested her mother to write to her maternal uncle in Bombay who would visit Rajoo and find out what was wrong with him. The uncle’s report spoke of Title.