Aradhana

Synopsis: Dashing pilot Arun romances Vandana Tripathi, and both in love with each other, become very intimate, and as a result Vandana gets pregnant. Arun and Vandana have a quiet temple wedding ceremony, and Arun leaves to re-join his duties. Unfortunately, Arun is killed, and Vandana is unable to convince anyone of her marriage with him, and as such must re-locate to hide her shame. She gives birth to a baby boy, who she must place in an orphanage, and then adopt. Unfortunately for her, the boy, Suraj, is adopted by someone else. She manages to find out their whereabouts, and gets a job as a servant. When she is about to be molested by Shyam, a relative, Suraj witnesses this, and kills him. Vandana takes the blame for this killing and is sentenced to imprisonment, leaving her son and her life behind, for a crime she did not commit. When she returns everything has changed, and she is unable to locate the family where her son was.
Director(s): Shakti Samanta
Production: Ultra Distributors
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.7
Year:
1969
169 min
95 Views


exercising in my towel.

Exercises? What do you mean?

What do you mean?! Why didn't

you tell me about him before?

What is his name? Was he

studying with you in college?

Who? I don't even know him.

This shirt?

Why are you laughing?

I had thrown water

on him by mistake.

So I thought that I would

dry his clothes and iron them.

- That's all? - I'll also

give him a cup of tea.

I thought that

you knew each other.

I thought that you liked him

so my problem would be solved.

What are you saying?

Your tea.

- Thank you. I bothered you

unnecessarily. - Not at all.

You had to make tea

and iron my clothes.

Please tell the doctor

to accompany me.

No. Father is tired.

He will not go anywhere now.

What! We could get into trouble.

My friend and I left on

a holiday without permission.

And my friend

has fallen ill suddenly.

If he doesn't recover before

we reach the headquarters...

...we'll get into trouble.

- What can I do?

- Doctor, I'd be obliged if...

- I heard it. Let's go.

- Okay. Let's go.

- At least drink your tea.

Thank you for the tea

and also for drying my clothes.

Let's go.

Sir, I've brought you your tea.

- Make it.

- Yes, sir.

- Has the other man got up?

- He has already gone out.

He has gone out?! Where?

He has gone to visit the doctor,

and asked you to meet him there.

- And his belongings?

- They are here.

He asked me to pack them and

said that you'd take them along.

- And also give me a tip.

- Scoundrel!

- What!

- Nothing.

- Is my jeep there?

- Yes it is outside.

Keep my things in the car.

- You don't have a fever anymore.

- How could I, Ms Vandana?

My fever abated on taking your

father's medicines yesterday.

And now it has gone completely

after drinking the tea you made.

- Who told you my name?

- Arun.

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Sachin Bhowmick

Sachin Bhowmick (Bengali: শচীন ভৌমিক; 17 July 1930 – 12 April 2011) was an Indian Hindi film writer and director. Writing was his main work and he wrote stories or screenplays for over 94 films. He is best remembered for directing the light romantic black comedy classic Raja Rani (1973). He was also a regular contributor to Ultorath, a Bengali magazine on cinema. Due to the Bengali pronunciation of his surname Bhaumick we will find his surname spelled as Bhowmick in numerous sites. more…

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