Joroo Ka Ghulam
|Joroo Ka Ghulam|
|Directed by||A. Bhimsingh|
|Music by||Kalyanji Anandji|
|Edited by||A. Paul Dorai Singham|
|15 September 1972|
Joroo Ka Ghulam is a 1972 Hindi movie of family comedy genre. The film is directed by A. Bhimsingh, and stars Rajesh Khanna, Nanda, Om Prakash, Ramesh Deo and Jayshree T. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji.The movie was remade in Kannada as Anukoolakkobba Ganda.
Kalpana (Nanda) is a daughter of a rich man who always worries that his daughter might fall in love. Hence he always controls her not to talk with men. But Kalpana does not care about it. She leaves for her uncle's house to continue her studies. In the city Kalpana visits an art gallery and gets attracted by a painting of an artist named Rajesh (Rajesh Khanna). She gets angry when a photographer tries to get sketch without her consent. Meanwhile an aspiring artist who works for an assignment for ad of the company where Kalpana's uncle work. Due to the deadline pressure he sketches Kalpana for the ad without her knowledge as he was not satisfied with the models he saw. The next day Kalpana's picture get published in newspaper and Kalpana gets angry on that. She finds that the sketch was portrayed by artist Rajesh and her anger goes away. Both of them become good friends and then eventually fall in love. Kalpana's father comes to know about this and he lies to her that Kalpana's mother is ill. Kalpana rushes to home but to find it was her father's lie as he does not want his daughter to be away anymore. He arranges for Kalpana's marriage with a son of rich man who looks like an elephant. Kalpana runs away to Rajesh and insists to marry her. Rajesh initially refuse as his financial background is not stable but finally agree on Kalpana's compulsion. Both marry and settle with their life.
Rajesh tells Kalpana that they go to Kalpana's father and apologize for whatever happened much against likes of Kalpana. Unwillingly she goes to her father. She tells him wait outside and she alone goes inside her home. Kalpana's father insults Rajesh badly and tells he is looking only for the money and property of Kalpana. She gets angry and leaves the place along with Rajesh. But Kalpana has touch with her mother through letters. She writes to her mother that Rajesh is now rich and bought a bungalow, car etc. so as to irritate her father. Kalpana and Rajesh are blessed with a boy and Kalpana's father changes his mind to see his grandson. He informs Kalpana about their arrival for the naming ceremony of the child. Now Kalpana is in trouble as she has lied to her parents about Rajesh's wealth and growth which is not known even to Rajesh.
She hires a bungalow and car for two days until the departure of her parents. Rajesh tries to refrain her from lying and when she refuses to listen to him, he angrily tells her that she should hire a husband too, if she could hire a house and car and leaves. Kalpana, confused and tensed asks her friend's brother to play the role of her husband for two days and he hesitatingly agrees. Kaplana's parents buy everything though they feel things are bit chaotic. They attribute it to the inexperience of their daughter and lack of domestic help. On other side, Rajesh feels quite ashamed of leaving his wife like that and comes back. When he comes to know of arrangements, he settles there as domestic help.
Now comedy of errors cycle around the bungalow for the next two days with Kalpana,Rajesh and Kalpana's fake husband who is about to marry Kalpana's another friend within two days. Things go normal till two days till Kalpana's parents announce that they want to continue the stay to spend more time with their grand-kid and make him their heir. Their landlord, persons who gave car and furniture on rent come to take them back. Moreover Kalpana's cousin who expected that he would inherit property becomes bitter and kidnaps the child. After Rajesh saves his child and his father-in-law's money, drama gets unveiled. Finally Kalpana's parents buy house, car and furniture and ask forgiveness for not understanding Rajesh's character before, and finally things come to an order.
|1||"Aaiye Aap Ko Main"||Kishore Kumar|
|2||"Jaam Par Jaam Peene Se"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|3||"Nainon Mein Nindiya Hai"||Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar|
|4||"Baras Gayi Re"||Kishore Kumar|
|5||"Mera Chain Khoya Hua"||Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle|