Thakur Vikram Singh, while driving home in his chauffeur-driven car, loses control, and crashes it in a building, instantly killing a woman. Vikram finds out that the woman had a young son, Raju, and decides to adopt him to atone for this crime. He takes him home with him, but Vikram's snobbish and
|拉杰·肯南 (Rajesh Khanna)||饰||Rai Bahadur Rajdev Singh / Raju|
|Salma Agha||饰||Poonam Singh|
|Pradeep Kumar||饰||Thakur Vikram Singh|
|Danny Denzongpa||饰||Thakur Maan Singh|
|普莱姆 (Prem Chopra)||饰||Thakur Pratap Singh|
上映日期： 1985-11-08 更多 >
|发行公司||Eros Entertainment (DVD) (United States)|
|Eros International (DVD) (United Kingdom)|
- Salma Agha knew the film would flop. She felt a younger hero should have been cast in Rajesh Khanna's role. There was a scene where the villain whips Khanna while he sits on the horse. Salma felt the audience could not feel Khanna due to Rajesh Khanna being over weight.
- The film was infamous for a major showdown Salma Agha had with Rajesh Khanna. Salma Agha heard Rajesh Khanna suggesting to Brij that she drop her duppatta . Brij responded he would not be able to ask Salma to do that. Rajesh responded "To Hum Unko Kahenge". Rajesh Khanna then walked up to Salma and made the request to drop her duppatta. Salma very politely and firmly responded it would not look good. Salma and Rajesh had a slight argument when Rajesh Khanna blew up and yelled "Log to yahan filmo ke liye nange bhi hote hain!!!!". Salma in a fit of rage responded " Kaun Nanga Hota Hain???!!". Rajesh Khanna yelled out "Sri Devi !!". Salma Agha was shocked. Infront of the entire film unit Rajesh Khanna was degrading one of his heroines. Salma told Rajesh that if Sri Devi heard this she would slap Rajesh Khanna. After this incident Rajesh stormed off the sets and so did Salma. Rajesh Khanna was cold with Salma and they did not vibe well thru out the making of the film.
- The Wuthering heights insipired Oonche Log was a remake of Pakistani film Dehleez in return it was remake of Dil Diya Dard Liya. One of the last best songs sung by Kishore Kumar in this film and one the best songs Kishore Kumar sang for Rajesh Khanna. The film has one of the best music and songs by R.D.Burman and Anjaan and had best photography of Anwar Siraj. The combination of Rajesh Khanna and R.D.Burman is always excellent, even Brij took him instead of his regulars Kalyanji-Anandji.