Humjoli

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Humjoli
Humjoli.jpg
Directed by Ramanna
Produced by Prasan Kapoor
Jeetendra (Presents)
Written by Pt. Mukhram Sharma
Ramayan Tiwari
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
Based on Panakkara Kudumbam (1964)
Starring Jeetendra
Leena Chandavarkar
Music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal
Cinematography M.A. Rehman
Edited by M.S. Money
Production
company
Distributed by R.K. Studios
Rajkamal Studios
Vasu Studios
Vauhini Studios
Release dates
  • 27 May 1970 (1970-05-27)
Running time
154 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Humjoli is a 1970 Bollywood drama film, produced by Prasan Kapoor on Tirupati Pictures banner and directed by Ramanna. The film stars Jeetendra, Leena Chandavarkar in the lead roles and music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The film is the remake of Tamil Movie Panakkara Kudumbam (1964), Starring M.G.R, B. Saroja Devi and it has been remade as Telugu Movie Intiguttu (1984), starring Chiranjeevi, Nalini in pivotal roles.

Mehmood essayed a triple role in this movie which was essayed by Nagesh in the Tamil version and Dwarakish in the Kannada version Bhale Huduga.Later on , the dual roles played by Nagesh in Anubavi Raja Anubavi went on to be essayed by Mehmood in Hindi version (Do Phool) and Dwarakish in Kannada version (Kittu Puttu).

Plot[edit]

Village-based Gopalnath (Pran) had always dreamed of becoming rich. On a visit to Bombay city, his dreams are fulfilled when he agrees to marry plain-looking Roopa, the sole heiress of a wealthy man (Nazir Hussain). Unknown to Roopa, Gopalnath loves fellow-villager, Shyama (Shashikala). After the passing away of Roopa's dad, Roopa gives birth to a baby girl, Ranibala. Gopalnath arranges to have Roopa killed; marries Shyama, and let Ranibala live in a hostel. Years later, his past comes to haunt him in the shape and form of Shyama's relatives, and Ranibala's suitor, Manmohan, who will not leave any stone unturned to blackmail Gopalnath for the rest of his life.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Haye Re Haye" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
2 "Dhal Gaya Din Ho Gayi Sham" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
3 "Chal Shuru Ho Ja" Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar
4 "Ho Tu Tu Tu" Kamal Barot, Asha Bhosle
5 "Yeh Kaisa Aaya Zamana" Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Mahmood
6 "Tik Tik Tik Mera Dil" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar

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