Bharosa

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Bharosa
Directed by K. Shankar
Written by Sudarshan Babbar
Rajendra Krishan (lyricMeets)
Starring Guru Dutt
Asha Parekh
Mehmood
Music by Ravi
Edited by K. Narayanan [1]
Country India
Language Hindi

Bharosa is a Hindi film released in 1963.

Plot[edit]

Ronaklal (Kanhaiyalal) is the servant of a rich man who suffers from tuberculosis and believes himself to be on the point of death; he gives Ronaklal a large sum of money to look after his little son, Bansi. Ronaklal moves to a village with his wife, son and Bansi where he brings up Bansi as a menial. Bansi (Guru Dutt) is simple and good-hearted, while Ronaklal's son Deepak (Sudesh Kumar), though sent to the city for education, pursues a rich man's daughter (Neena). Bansi falls in love with a village belle, Gomati (Asha Parekh) but Ronaklal tries to put obstacles in the way of their marriage. However, in due time all ends well.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

# Song Singer(s)
1. " Aaj Ki Mulaqat Bas Itni " Lata Mangeshkar, Mahendra Kapoor
2. " Dhadka O Dil Dhadka " Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle
3. " Is Bhari Duniya Mein " Mohammed Rafi
4. " Kaahe Itna " Mohd.Rafi & Asha Bhonsle
5. " Woh Dil Kahan Se " Lata Mangeshkar
6. " Yeh Jhuke Jhuke Naina " Rafi

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