Sohni Mahiwal (1984)
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Shahjada Ijjat Beg comes to India with his caravan and settles in a town in Gujrat. Here he falls in love with Sohani, who keeps a shop in metal pots. Ijjat Beg buys pot from her with whatever money he had and they were attracted to each other. Sohni dispensed with her servant and kept Ijjat Beg instead. This gave them more opportunity to meet. This was a scandal in the town and Sohni was perforce married to Rehaman who was slightly off his head. Sohni continued her meeting Ijjat Beg who went out fishing. When the atmosphere became to hot for them they jointly took a water grave for their love.
Mirza Izzat Beg has visions of the girl he is going to be attracted to; so he takes off to locate her. He does manage to find her whose name is Sohni - in order to be close to her he decides to assist her dad, Tulla in shaping various pottery products for marketing thus Sohni and Mirza fall in love with each other - but there is a major draw-back in this romance as an admirer of Sohni, Noor will go to any length to separate the lovers.
Mirza Izzat Beg has dreamt of meeting a beautiful girl, and in order to make this a reality he travels to seek her out. He finds her in the shape and form of Sohni, the daughter of a poor pottery maker, Tulla and his wife. Sohni and Izzat both fall in love instantly. Even after leaving her village, Izzat continues to meet Sohni in secret, disguised as a shepherd. But Noor, from Sohni's village, has already decided to marry her, and he creates a gigiantic wall of misunderstandings and obstacles to prevent the two lovers from meeting again.
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