Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari

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Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari
Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari (1971 film).jpg
Directed byK. Pratyagatma
Produced byP. Gangadhara Rao
Written byP. T. Mukhuram Sharma (dialogues)
Hasrat Jaipuri
Kiran Kalyani
Neeraj (lyrics)
Screenplay byK. Pratyagatma
Story byBalamurugan
Based onBrahmachari (1968 Telugu film)
Music byShankar Jaikishan
CinematographyA. Vincent
A. Venkat
Edited byS.P.S. Veerappan
Jothee Navshakthee Combines
Release date
  • 15 September 1971 (1971-09-15)
Running time
141 minutes

Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari (English: One Girl One Bachelor) is a 1971 Bollywood comedy film, produced by P. Gangadhar Rao Jothee Navshakthee Combines and directed by K. Pratyagatma. It stars Jeetendra, Mumtaz in the lead roles and music composed by Shankar Jaikishan. The film is remake of the Telugu movie Brahmachari (1968), starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Jayalalitha in the pivotal roles.


Raisaheb Surajbhan Chaudhary lives a wealthy lifestyle in a palatial mansion with his wife of 30 years, Rajlaxmi, and two sons, Rajkumar, who has been married to Shyama for several years; and Mohankumar who is studying in an out of town college. Surajbhan is disappointed with Rajkumar as he has as not yet produced an heir to his family. To make matters worse Mohan, a devout worshiper of Lord Bajrangbali, has taken a vow of celibacy and refuses to get married. Things change dramatically when a young woman named Neena, along with her son, enters the Chaudhary household claiming that Mohan had married and abandoned her. She goes through a number of medical tests which determine that the child is actually an heir of the Chaudhary family. Now Surajbhan and Rajlaxmi want Mohan and Neena to get officially married, much to Mohan's chagrin. Things get complicated when Surajbhan finds out that the child is actually Rajkumar's, and that Neena may have been pulling the wool over all their eyes.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Are Tu Hai Buddhu Brahmachari" Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey, Asha Bhosle, Sharda
2 "Chirag Kiske Ghar Ka Hai Tu" Mohammed Rafi
3 "Lapa Tosa Nanapa" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
4 "Yeh Pyar To Milan Hai" Kishore Kumar
5 "Aap Ke Peeche" Sharda

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