Aadmi Sadak Ka

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Aadmi Sadak Ka
Aadmi Sadak Ka.jpg
Directed byDevendra Goel
Produced byDevendra Goel
Written byMushtaq Jalili
StarringShatrughan Sinha
Deven Verma
Music byRavi
CinematographyKeki Mistry
Edited byR.V. Shrikhande
Release date

Aadmi Sadak Ka is a 1977 Bollywood film. Produced and directed by Devendra Goel, it stars Shatrughan Sinha, Vikram, Zaheera, Deven Verma, Asit Sen and Agha. The film's music is by Ravi.


The Nath family consists of Retired Commissioner Upendra, his wife, Savitri; elder son, Madan, who is married to Maya, and they have a son, Ashoo; a second son - Surendra, who is married to Kamla, and they have a daughter, Pinky; a third unmarried college-going son, Chander; and a school-going daughter, Namrata. They are a happy family, and everyone rejoices when Chander completes his M.A.. There is more reason to rejoice when Chander introduces them to the woman he loves, Vandana, the only daughter of wealthy Mr. Tandon. The marriage is arranged with a ceremony, attended by the family friend, Abdul, who home-delivers groceries.

However, before the marriage could be sealed, Upendra receives news that he has lost his court case, and dies. The wedding is canceled, and the lives of the entire Nath family change thereafter, with Kamla and Maya taking over the household, reducing Savitri to the status of an unwanted guest, while Namrata is asked to become the servant and is unable to complete her education, and Chander, who rebels, is asked to leave. Vandana's dad comes to know of their plight and refuses to permit his daughter to get married into the Nath family. Chander moves in with Abdul, gets a job as a waiter, then he is promoted to Manager, and finally as partner and co-owner of the Francis Hotel. Unable to get medication, Savitri died, forcing Namrata to move in with Abdul as well. Madan and Surendra also find success when they buy their own hotel and name it "Gulmohar Hotel". With Chander on one hand, and his two siblings on the other - they are now poised to compete with each other - not knowing who will win in this cut-throat competition - as they set out to destroy each other.



The music was written by Ravi and the lyrics were written by Verma Malik.

  1. "Aaj Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai" Mohammed Rafi, Ravi, Deven Varma
  2. "Bura Na Mano Yaar Dosti Yaari Men" Mohammed Rafi, Anuradha Paudwal, Deven Varma)
  3. "Basti Basti Nagri Nagri" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
  4. "Aadmi Sadak Ka" Mohammed Rafi
  5. "Aaj Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (Revival)" Mohammed Rafi, Ravi, Deven Varma
(The song is a must song during weddings and is most popular, it has been played in most weddings.)

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