Pyar Ki Kahani

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Pyar Ki Kahani
Pyar Ki Kahani.jpg
Directed by Ravikant Nagaich
Produced by Doondi
Starring Amitabh Bachchan
Release date
May 14, 1971
Country India
Language Hindi

Pyar Ki Kahani (English: The Story of Love) is a 1971 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Ravikant Nagaich. It is a remake of the popular Tamil film Kai Koduttha Dheivam starring Sivaji Ganesan and Savitri. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Tanuja. According to an interview given by Amitabh bachchan at Koffee with Karan, the lead role was initially given to Jeetendra, but because of the film industry's imposed limit of maximum of 6 films to be done as a leading role by an actor, Jeetendra had to give up this film as he was shooting for 6 films that year. This film was a disaster in Hindi.


Although well qualified, Ram Chand (Amitabh Bachchan) is unable to obtain suitable employment, and works as a peon in an organization. One day he meets with Ravi Chand, who is on the verge of committing suicide, he counsels him against this, as well as permits him to live with him. Ravi gets employed in the same office as Ram, albeit as a Manager, and falls in love and marries a co-worker named Lata (Farida Jalal). Ram's parents would like him to get married too, and he goes to see them and meets his bride-to-be, Kusum Sharma (Tanuja). Ram sends a photograph of Kusum for approval to Ravi and Lata, and is disappointed to learn that Ravi does not approve of Kusum. When Ram attempts to find out the reason behind his disapproval, Ravi gives very elusive responses, and Ram takes it upon himself to find out why Ravi disapproves of Kusum so much. It is then Ram will come to know of the shocking truth behind the relationship between Kusum and Ravi, and about Kusum's reputation.



  1. "Koyi Aur Duniya Mein Tumsa" - Mohammad Rafi
  2. "Ek Pate Ki Baat Bataoon Sun" - Mohammad Rafi
  3. "Baby Tu Chhoti Hai" - Lata Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar
  4. "Ek Khabar Aayi Suno" - Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
  5. "Gori O Gori, Chori Ho Chori, Mera Jiya Le Gayi Chakori" - Kishore Kumar

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