Saath Saath (film)

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Saath Saath
Saath Saath film dvd cover.jpeg
Directed by Raman Kumar
Produced by Dilip Dhawan
Written by Raman Kumar
Starring Farooq Shaikh
Deepti Naval
Rakesh Bedi
Neena Gupta
Music by Kuldeep Singh
Cinematography Sunil Sharma
filmed in Bombay
Edited by David Dhawan
Distributed by Mr Talwar
Release date
4 March 1982
Running time
145 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 12 Lakh Rupees

Saath Saath is a 1982 Indian Hindi language film that is written and directed by Raman Kumar and produced by Dilip Dhawan. It stars Farooque Shaikh and Deepti Naval in the lead roles, and was first released in India on 4 March 1982.[1]

Plot[edit]

Avinash, an M.A. student, is an idealistic young man with socialist views and stern principles. He is not affected by the materialistic nature of his generation and strongly opposes acquiring more wealth than is needed. He is the son of a wealthy landlord but has left his father's house because of philosophical differences. He works as a part time writer for a living. He finds an admirer in Geeta, his classmate and daughter of a textile mill owner, who falls in love with him for his outlook. Geeta also leaves her father's house and they get married and are soon expecting a child. Avinash finds it difficult to manage this extended family. Financial insecurity forces him to join a publishing house owned by his classmate Satish Shah. Soon he starts transforming into a ruthless businessman and treads the very path he once loathed. Geeta is surprised at his easy change of principles and decides to leave him. Avinash realizes his mistake, leaves his job and joins his ex-professor Choudhary's publishing house.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

All lyrics written by Javed Akhtar; all music composed by Kuldeep Singh.

Songs
No. Title Playback Length
1. "Yu zindagi ki raah mein" Chitra Singh  
2. "Pyaar Mujh se Jo Kiya Tumne Toh Kya Payogi" Jagjit Singh  
3. "Tum ko dekha to yeh khayaal aaya" Jagjit Singh, Chitra Singh  
4. "Yeh bata de mujhe zindagi" Jagjit Singh, Chitra Singh  
5. "Ye tera ghar ye mera ghar" Jagjit Singh, Chitra Singh  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saath Saath".  Bollywood Hungama Retrieved 2016-7-25

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