Mili (1975)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs

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This soulful and evocative romantic drama follows the life of Shekhar Dayal, who has moved into a new neighborhood, and is just not pleased with the new surroundings. He resents the noise children make while playing, as he prefers quiet and solitude. His reclusion is shattered when his neighbor, Mili, comes into his life. At first he hates the intrusion, but then grows to be fond, and then ultimately fall in love with her. When the time comes for him to propose to this sunny, cheerful, and positive young lady, he is told that she has only a few more months to live. How will Shekhar react to this shockingly painful news?
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Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Usha Kiran

Crew: Hrishikesh Mukherjee (Director), Jaywant Pathare (Director of Photography), Sachin Dev Burman (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama, Family, Romance

Release Dates: 13 Jun 1975 (India)

Hindi Name: मिली

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Did you know? This film was remade in Telugu as Jyothi (1976). Read More
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as Shekhar Dayal
as Sharda Khanna
as Runa Singh
as Mr. Khanna
as Drunk
as Mili Khanna
as Dr. Sanjay
as Neighbour
as Ranjeet Khanna



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Remade as: Jyothi (Tamil)
Remade as: Jyothi (Telugu)
This was legendary music director Sachin Dev Burman's final film, before he went into a near year-long coma which led up to his death.

Versatile actor Asrani, made a cameo appearance in this movie as a drunkard.

Rahul Dev Burman arranged and recorded the song "Badi Sooni Sooni hai" in his father's absence.

This film was remade in Telugu as Jyothi (1976).