Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)


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Amar Doraiswamy is the only child of multi-millionaire businessman, who lives in a palatial house in Goa, India, along with his wife. Amar introduces a close, but poor friend, Ram, to his ... See full summary »


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2 December 2013 | sherrvin-1
| Too dramatic, Too unrealistic
A love triangle stretched unnecessarily until the end. Late 60s was the period when Hindi cinema started going unrealistic and too dramatic. The story is good but the screenplay is full of awkward sequences (mostly) until the very end. Climax is too foolish. Dharmendra & Sadhana are good. I found Vishwajeet somewhat bearable, for the first time. Others have supported well. If someone really want to watch this movie, should be for good songs; 1) Mehbooba Teri Tasweer, 2) Ye Dil Diwana Hai, Dil To, 3) Tum Mujhse Door Chale Jana Na, 4) Sach Kahti Hai Duniya, 5) Main To Tere Rang Rangi and a few more. Some interesting notes; A) This was the only movie Dharmendra and Sadhana worked together, B) This was the only movie Dharmendra and Vishwajeet worked together C) This was the only movie Vishwajeet and Sadhana worked together. My vote 3 for songs and 1 for movie.




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