Fiffty Fiffty

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Fiffty Fiffty
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Directed by Shomu Mukherjee
Produced by Shomu Mukherjee
Starring Rajesh Khanna
Tina Munim
Music by Laxmikant–Pyarelal
Release date
13 November 1981 (1981-11-13)
Country India
Language Hindi

Fiffty Fiffty is a 1981 Indian film directed by Shomu Mukherjee, starring Rajesh Khanna and Tina Munim. The movie was a hit on its release and completed silver jubilee at many centres.

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Plot

Thakur Virendra Singh lives a wealthy lifestyle in India along with his wife and a son, Kumar (Rajesh Khanna). His relative Bihari (Om Shivpuri) is envious, and successfully switches his son, Kishan (Ranjeet), with Kumar, and also ends up killing Virendra. In this manner, Kumar grows up a wealthy lifestyle, while Kishan lives a poor lifestyle, shunned by his father and his mother, who has lost the use of her vocal cords. Bihari takes Kishan to his brother in Bombay, and leaves him there to lead a life of crime. 20 years later, Kishan has grown up and is now a master burglar. He meets with another burglar, Mary (Tina Munim), and both decide to be fifty fifty partners. However, Mary has other plans, she ditches Kishan and joins forces with Diwan Shamsher Singh (Kader Khan) to masquerade as the long-lost daughter of Ranimaa of Chandpur. Mary does not know that it was the Diwan who has done away with Rajkumari Ratna, and he will not hesitate to kill Mary - or anyone else who dares to stand in his way and the treasure of Chandpur.

Cast

Soundtrack

SongSinger
"Dilwala Aaya Hai" Kishore Kumar
"Jane Do Mujhe Yaaron" Kishore Kumar
"Pyar Ka Vaada, Fiffty Fiffty" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
"Chhod Maza Haath, Mala Peene De" Amit Kumar, Asha Bhosle
"Jogan Ban Gayi Chhodke Main Saara Sansar" Asha Bhosle
"Pardesi O Pardesi" Asha Bhosle
"Jhumo Nacho Gao" Chorus


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