Neel Kamal (1968 film)
|Directed by||Ram Maheshwari|
|Produced by||Pannalal Maheshwari|
Binoy Chatterjee (screenplay)
Waheeda Rehman won the Filmfare Best Actress Award for her role in this film.
Sita (Waheeda Rehman) and her friends go on a trip. Sita sleepwalks and when she is about to be hit by a train on the railway track, Ram (Manoj Kumar) saves her. Impressed, her father decides to get her married to him. After the marriage, Sita discovers that her sleepwalking is not a simple sleepwalking as it takes her to the story of her past life - Chitrasen (Raaj Kumar), an artisan, is in love with the princess Sita (Neelkamal in her past life). The king rejects his alliance for his daughter, and buries him alive. Chitrasen's love for Neelkamal is immortal and his soul survives for centuries to meet her.
Sita is invited to Chitrasen's place by a song, where she sleepwalks to every night. Her mother-in-law, a very cross person, believes that Sita is in love with another and gives her a tough time at home. One night Sita reaches Chitrasen's place and a brief conversation ends with Chitrasen's soul becoming free and Sita falling unconscious. Ram rescues her and they lead a good life.
- Waheeda Rehman as Rajkumari Neel Kamal / Sita
- Raaj Kumar as Chitrasen
- Manoj Kumar as Ram
- Lalita Pawar as Thakurain
- Balraj Sahni as Mr. Raichand
- Ramayan Tiwari
- P. Jairaj
- David Abraham as Guruji
- Murad as Emperor
- Gopal Sehgal
- Jagdish Raj
- Ruby Mayer as Dean of the girls' college
- Mumtaz Begum
- Sheela R.
- Abhimanyu Sharma
- Rajan Kapoor
- Nazir Kashmiri
- V.P. Verma
- Dev Chand
- Bhushan Tiwari
- Vijay Maria
- Mehmood as Girdhar Gopal Agarwal
- Shashikala as Chanchal
|1||"Rom Rom Mein Basne Waale Raam"||Asha Bhosle|
|2||"Aaja Tujhko Mera Pyar Pukare"||Mohammad Rafi|
|3||"Yeh Zindagi Jo Ab Tak Thi Teri"||Asha Bhosle|
|4||"Baabul Ki Duaayein Leti Jaa"||Mohammad Rafi||Sahir Ludhianvi|
|5||"Sharma Ke Yun Na Dekh"||Mohammed Rafi|
|6||"Dono Ke Vichkar Lagta"||Asha Bhosle|
|7||"Khali Dabba Khali Botal"||Manna Dey|
Awards & Nominations
- "Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor". Wikipedia. 2018-02-24.
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