Ek Baap Chhe Bete

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Ek Baap Chhe Bete
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Directed by Mehmood
Starring Mehmood
Jaya Bhaduri
Yogeeta Bali
Pucky Ali
Lucky Ali
Macky Ali
Music by Rajesh Roshan
Release date
17 February 1978
Country India
Language Hindi

Ek Baap Chhe Bete is a 1978 Bollywood film directed by Mehmood. The film stars Yogeeta Bali.

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Family Members in the movie

Mehmood and all his six sons acted together in this movie along with his American wife Tracy Ali. [1]

Masood Ali aka Pucky Ali (Son of Mehmood and Madhu)
The eldest born played a role in this movie and also Hamare Tumhare , which was also the debut movie for Anil Kapoor.

Maqsood Mehmood Ali aka Lucky Ali (Son of Mehmood and Madhu)
He started his adult movie career in Yehi Hai Zindagi . Today, he has ventured out to be a famous singer, songwriter and composer.

Maqdoom Ali aka Macky Ali (Son of Mehmood and Madhu) [2]
He played the role of a disabled child in Mehmood's 1974 movie Kunwara Baap as he was in real life affected by polio. He too acted in the movie Ek Baap Chhe Bete. He later made a music album enacted by Macky himself in the music video Yaaron Sab Dua Karo and later in Tirchi Topiwale, sung by Altaf Raja.

Masoom Ali (Son of Mehmood and Madhu)
Produced the movie Dushman Duniya Ka . He too had acted in this movie.

Mansoor Ali (Son of Mehmood and Tracy Ali)
He had acted in this movie.

Manzoor Ali (Son of Mehmood and Tracy Ali)
He debuted playing the lead role of a drug addicted youth in the movie Dushman Duniya Ka . He too had acted in this movie.

Tracy Ali (Wife of Mehmood)
Had played the role of the American wife in this movie.

Cast

Music

  1. "Ghadi Milan Ki Aayi Aayi Tu Chhuti Lekar Aaja" – Mohammed Rafi, Sulakshana Pandit
  2. "Daddy Don't Go" – Kishore Kumar
  3. "Buddhe Teri Chaal Buddhe" – Lucky Ali, Vijeta Pandit, Mehmood, Sulakshana Pandit
  4. "Ek Baap Aur Chhe Bete" – Kishore Kumar
  5. "Walking And I`m Walking All Alone" – Lucky Ali

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References

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  2. "rediff.com: Movies: Macky Ali was a star in his own right". Rediff.com. Retrieved 26 January 2013.