Laadla (1966 film)

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Directed by Krishnan–Panju
Story by Nihar Ranjan Gupta
Produced by A. V. Meiyappan
Starring Balraj Sahni
Nirupa Roy
Music by Laxmikant–Pyarelal
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Laadla is a 1966 Hindi-language film directed by Krishnan–Panju and produced by AVM Productions. It is a remake of the Tamil film Annai (1962), [1] which itself was a remake of the Bengali film Maya Mriga (1960). [2] Sudhir Kumar Sawant, who played the role in Dosti movie is also played the role in this movie. The film is remembered for Balraj Sahni, Nirupa Roy and Sudhir Kumar class act.



Seeta marries a poor man against her family's wishes and becomes pregnant. Savitri, her sister, is childless and yearns to have a baby so Seeta gives away her child to her sister. She names the child Darshan. Now what will be the result when Darshan will know about his real identity?



All songs are written by Rajinder Krishan.

"Dil Ae Dil Teri Manzil" Lata Mangeshkar
"Meri Dua Le Ja Re" - 1Lata Mangeshkar
"Meri Dua Le Ja Re" - 2Lata Mangeshkar
"Kaun Tujhko Maa Kahega"Lata Mangeshkar
"Paas Aakar To Na Yun Sharmaiye, Do Ghadi Ka Saath Hai, Ghul Jaiye" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle


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