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Directed by Naresh Kumar
Starring Mumtaz Rajendra Kumar and Sujit Kumar
Music by Naushad
Release date
Country India
Language Hindi

Tangewala is a 1972 Bollywood action film directed by Naresh Kumar. The film stars Mumtaz and Rajendra Kumar.


Zamindar Thakur played by (Sujit Kumar) is an arrogant, alcoholic and a womanizer. His Munimji (Kanhaiyalal) procure women for him frequently. In order to get even with Raju (Rajendra Kumar), Zamindar asks his munim to get Raju's sister, Gauri (Kumud Chhugani). Thakur and Gauri meet, and has slowly Gauri trusting him, then he marries her in an isolated temple with the munim posing as a priest. Gauri gets pregnant, and she and Rajoo go to the Thakur so that he can marry her, but Thakur denies ever knowing her, leave alone marrying her, and Munimji supports the Thakur. Gauri and family are devastated and leave the village. Gauri gives birth to a baby boy, and Raju arranges for Gauri to re-marry, however, on the day of the marriage she runs away. Raju's love life with Paro (Mumtaz) has been on hold, and Raju's mom is awaiting the return of her husband, so with Gauri running away they have to now re-locate again. Raju returns to the village to avenge his sister, instead he is arrested by the police and jailed, leaving his mother, nephew, and Gauri to fend for themselves.



  • 1. Jawani Bar Bar Nahi Aaye - Lata Mangeshkar
  • 2. Do Diwane Aaye - Mohd Rafi & Asha Bhosle
  • 3. Thap Thup Thip Ki Taal Pe Mera - Mohd. Rafi
  • 4. Kar Bhala Hoga Bhala - Mukesh
  • 5. Aisa Phanda Mare Gori - Mohd. Rafi & Asha Bhosle
  • 6. Aayi Re Khilone Waku Aayi - Lata Mangeshkar

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