Amar Rahe Yeh Pyar is a Hindi drama film, released in the year 1961. The story revolves around a woman who lost her baby and husband in amidst of Hindu-Muslim riots. The woman finds an orphan and raises her. The story takes a turn when the real parents of the child trace him back. The movie was directed by Prabhu Dayal under the banner of R.P Films.
Boy Friend is a Hindi movie, released in the year 1961. The story revolves around a man who gets separated from his parents at an early stage of his life. Later he grows up to become a thief but ends up in jail and on his return he meets his ill friend who asks him to look after his two daughters. The story takes a turn when he meets them and falls in love with one of them but police comes after him as he has stolen the necklace.
Char Diwari is about the sacrifices made by a poor man to help his family lead a normal life. The star cast includes Shashi Kapoor and Nanda in lead roles. It released in 1961 and is directed by Krishan Chopra.
Chhaya lives a rich life with her widowed dad and falls in love with her tutor. However, her father disapproves their relationship and informs her that he has already chosen a boy for her who belongs to a rich family.
Chhote Nawab is a story of a man who lives with his family till his father dies. Later, the person to whom he owed money drives him out of the house. His father's friend takes care of him and educates him. Things take a turn when he starts to make money by betting and gambling in the game of horse racing.
Dharmputra is a Hindi drama film, released in the year 1961. The film is set during the British rule in India, revolving around a Muslim girl who was cheated by her lover who gets her pregnant. A Hindu family helps her with the birth of her child, adopts her son and the girl gets married and shifts to another city. The story takes a turn when years later she comes back to meet her son who now grown up as a Muslim hater.
Flight To Assam is a Hindi language action film, released in the year 1961. The film is directed by Kamal Sharma and produced under the banner of Kamal Film Corporation. The star cast of the film includes Ranjan and Shashikala.
Ganga Jamuna is a drama action film released on 1st January 1961 under the banner of citizen films, directed by Nitin Bose and produced by Dilip Kumar. The story is about a widowed who lives a poor lifestyle along with two sons Ganga ram and jamuna. Ganga ram is nice by heart and decides to use his earnings to get decent education. Even after the death of mother he works and sell his belongings for his brother education. The twist came when his brother become inspector and convict is Gangaram.
Hum Dono is a Hindi social drama film, released in the year 1961 under the banner of Navketan International films, directed by Amarjeet and produced by Brij mohan, Dev anand. The story is about two army majors who have many similarities in common, both are from well off families and both look alike. The story takes turns when one of them dies in a war and his family misunderstood other similar looking person with him.
The movie, Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai, is written, directed and produced by Nasir Hussain in the year 1961. This suspense drama story revolves around a rich girl, who falls in love with a boy who is charged with a murder. The star cast includes Dev Anand, Asha Parekh, and Pran.
The movie Jhumroo revolves around the life of a girl who lives with her father a ta hill station. She meets a boy, whom she falls in love with, and decides to marry. The story of a movie takes a turn when her father gets to know about his daughter's relationship.
Junglee is a story of a guy who belongs to a royal family, where laughter is considered to be an act of lower class people. He visits Kashmir with his carefree sister and falls in love with a girl who does not belong to a royal family.
Kanch Ki Gudiya is a Hindi family drama film released in 1961. The film is directed by Harnam Singh Rawail. The cast of the film includes Manoj Kumar, Saeeda Khan, Leela Chitnis, Mumtaz Begum, Shobha Khote, Iftekhar, Tarun Bose and Krishan Dhawan.
This film is a story about the evolution of art and artists. It speaks about progressive art and its impact on the society.
Maya focuses on a guy who blames himself for the death of his friend's wife and is fed up with the ideal rich life. He starts to live with the poor people and falls for a girl. The entry of a third person disturbs the relationship between the couple.
Passport is a Hindi crime and drama film released in the year 1961, directed by Pramod Chakravorty and produced by C M Thakkar under the banner of Nutan Films. The story revolves around a man who is assisting police in arresting diamond smugglers. The star cast of the film inludes Pradeep Kumar, Madhubala, K N Singh, Mehmood, Nasir Hussain, Helen and Mumtaz Begum.
The story of Piya Milan Ki Aas revolves around a woman who gets separated from her mother while attempting to escape from their cruel landlord. She is saved by a boatman and eventually they fall in love. Their relationship gets in trouble when the same landlord returns in their lives and plans to separate them to exact his revenge.
Pyaar Ki Pyaas is a social film released in 1905. It is directed by Mahesh Kaul and produced under the banner of Anupam Chitra. The film is well supported by the performances of renowned artists like Shreekant, Nishi, Manmohan Krishna and David Abraham.
Pyar Ki Dastan is a Hindi social romantic film, released in the year 1961, directed by P L Santoshi and D Devendra Goel. The film is produced by Ghulam Husain under the production of Filmrays. The star cast of the movie includes Rajendra Kumar, Meena Kumari, Madan Puri, O P Ralhan and Shobha Khote in lead roles.
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