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Widower businessman Mr. Sinha lives a very wealthy lifestyle along with two daughters, Juhi and Reshmi. Both are of marriageable age and he wants them to get married to equally wealthy families. Juhi ends up falling in love with a middle-classed young man named Vijay Kumar Gupta much to the chagrin of Sinha, who refuses to bless the couple, compelling them to elope. Years later Vijay and Juhi become parents to a young boy, Munna, Sinha forgives them and asks them to return home. The train they were traveling in meets with an accident and amongst the survivors are Vijay and his son. A grieving Sinha welcomes Munna and Vijay, treats Vijay as his son, lets him run the business as well as decides to make him the heir to his wealth and estate. When Reshmi returns home, she is apprehensive of Vijay, at first, then falls in love with him. Watch what happens when a man named Dr. Joshi brings an amnesiac Juhi home, and the impact this will have on everyone, especially when they find out that ...Written by
That's Rishi Kapoor's role in this film, which is not a very good film but still entertaining to an extent. The story revolves around what happens when his character Amrit is mistaken for a wealthy man named Mr. Sinha's son in-law. Sinha opposed to his daughter Juhi's marriage to a man named Vijay, and she left home. Years later, when Juhi already had a son, Sinha started missing his daughter and asked her to come back. On her way to visit her father, Juhi's husband is killed in a train accident, and Juhi disappears. The little kid is found alive and Amrit is brought to Sinha's house, mistaken for Vijay. From then on begins a chain of lies, and Amrit cannot reveal his true identity because it could kill Sinha. At that time he falls for Juhi's younger sister Reshmi. But some time later, Juhi is returned home, and she is diagnosed with temporary amnesia. That's the basic story of the movie, and it is an okay 80s fare, which would be enjoyed by lovers of Hindi cinema only. The dialogues, the proceedings and almost everything else in the movie wavers between good and bad. The only thing that is consistent in it is the music. R.D Burman creates another brilliant soundtrack which gives the film a certain charm the script did not manage to give. Songs like "Jeevan Ke Din" and "Kahin Na Jaa" are classics. Rishi Kapoor is quite good in his leading role. Tina Munim is lovely and hot. Pran is good as usual, so is Amjad Khan, and Sarika is wonderful as Juhi. Bade Dilwala is an average movie but it has its moments, and the music is, as said, excellent.
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