Tumhari Kasam (1978)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 25 mins

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Orphaned at an early age, Vidya, her brother, Raja, live a poor lifestyle with their maternal uncle. While the uncle is out of town, the responsibility of looking after the household is on Vidya's shoulders. Raja takes to petty crime, and runs away from home. Vidya takes on the job of a maid-servant in the house of a wealthy family. While attending to her chores, the wealthy family's alcoholic son, Anand, molests her, and wants to be intimate. After a struggle Vidya is able to shake him off and run away - out from the house - into the street, where she is hit by a speeding vehicle. She is taken to hospital by the owner of the vehicle, Advocate Sunil Kapoor, where she finds out that she has lost her vision. Traumatized with the accident, unable to see, and locate her missing brother, Vidya is devastated, There is no visible sign of anybody coming to assist her. Will Vidya and Raja ever meet again? What has happened to Raja?

Cast: Jeetendra Kapoor, Moushumi Chatterjee

Crew: Ravi Chopra (Director), Narayan Rao Das (Director of Photography), Rajesh Roshan (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Romance

Release Dates: 09 Mar 1978 (India)

Hindi Name: तुम्हारी कसम

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Did you know? This film was the last time Mukesh sand for music composer Rajesh Roshan. Read More
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as Anand
as Mrs. Manohar Lal
as Mangu
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as Sunil Verma
as Raja
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Padmini Kapila was signed for the movie after asking B.R.Chopra for work. She later realized that she was signed opposite her ex boyfriend Navin Nischol. She hated this, but stayed on because she needed the job.

This film was the last time Mukesh sand for music composer Rajesh Roshan.