|Music by||Salil Choudhury|
Vijay (Kishore Kumar) is the good-for-nothing son of a rich industrialist, who becomes bored of his father’s constant railing and the efforts to marry him off, with the intention of getting him “settled” in life. So Vijay walks out of his home and decides to leave for Bombay and start life afresh in the big city, but he doesn’t have enough money to get himself a ticket!
Vijay gets a burst of inspiration from a plump child called Munnah, who is waiting in line with his mother (Tun Tun), and decides to pass himself off a child in order to get the eponymous half-ticket.
The rest of the film follows Vijay's exploits as he avoids capture by the diamond smuggler and his girlfriend (Shammi), romances Rajnidevi while avoiding her auntie-ji (Manorama), and reunites with his father.
The film is based on the Hollywood movie You're Never Too Young.
Some hilarious scenes:
Vijay at Interview- prompted for "MASKA" (Flattery).
Dinner at Vijay's home, called by his father to Board of Directors.
Would-be Father-in-Law comes to see Vijay as a bridegroom for her daughter.
- Kishore Kumar.... Vijaychand vald Lalchand vald Dhyanchand vald Hukumchand alias Munna / Vijay's Mother
- Madhubala.... Rajnidevi / Asha
- Pran.... Notorious Thief Raja Babu aka Chacha
- Shammi.... Lily Raja Babu's Mistress
- Manorama .... Asha's Aunty
- Helen .... Stage Dancer in the song Woh ek Nigah (Special Appearance)
- Pradeep Kumar .... Special Appearance
- Moni Chaterjee .... Seth Lalchand Vijay's Father
- Tun Tun .... Real Munna's Mother
|Chaand Raat Tum Ho Saath||Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar|
|Aankhon Mein Tum||Geeta Dutt and Kishore Kumar|
|Chill Chill Chilla Ke||Kishore Kumar||Picturized on Kishore Kumar as he is dressed as Munna.|
|Woh Ek Nigah Kya Mili||Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar||Picturized on Helen and Kishore Kumar with Pran.|
|Aake Seedhi Lagi Dil Pe||Kishore Kumar and Kishore Kumar||Picturized on Kishore Kumar and Pran with Kishore in drag.|
|Are Lelo Ji Lelo||Kishore Kumar|
|Are Wah Re Mere Malik||Kishore Kumar|
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