Aap Ki Kasam

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  • 1974
  • 2 hr 34 min
  • 7.0  (502)

Aap Ki Kasam is a Hindi movie from 1974 directed by J. Om Prakash starring Rajesh Khanna, Mumtaz Askari, and Sanjeev Kumar. The film is a romantic drama that explores the story of a couple who finds their marriage in jeopardy due to misunderstandings and trust issues. The movie revolves around the life of Kamal Bhatnagar (Rajesh Khanna) and his wife, Sunita (Mumtaz Askari). Kamal is a successful businessman while Sunita is a housewife. The couple is deeply in love, but their relationship is put to the test due to Kamal's suspicions about his wife's fidelity. Kamal's jealousy causes him to doubt Sunita's every move, and she feels trapped and misunderstood.

As the story progresses, Kamal's suspicions intensify, leading to a series of tense confrontations between the couple. Sunita is desperate to prove her innocence, but Kamal's unrelenting doubts and accusations push her away. Matters come to a head when Kamal overhears a conversation between Sunita and her friend that confirms his worst fears.

Kamal challenges Sunita to take an oath to prove her love and commitment to him. Sunita, innocent and desperate to save her marriage, agrees to the oath, but events take a tragic turn when she breaks her promise.

The rest of the film deals with the aftermath of the oath and its consequences for the couple's relationship. Kamal struggles with forgiving Sunita while she deals with the guilt and the repercussions of her mistake. The film also features Sanjeev Kumar in a supporting role as Kamal's friend and confidant, who provides a sympathetic ear and advice.

The film's soundtrack, composed by R.D. Burman, features some memorable songs, including the hit duet "Jai Jai Shiv Shankar" sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar. The film's romantic and emotional scenes are balanced by moments of comedy, such as Sanjeev Kumar's bumbling attempts at matchmaking.

Aap Ki Kasam is a well-crafted story that explores the complex nature of relationships, trust, and forgiveness. The film features strong performances by Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz, who portray the emotional turmoil of their characters with sensitivity and nuance. The film's cinematography and direction also add to its charm, capturing the beauty of its locations and atmospheres.

Overall, Aap Ki Kasam is a classic Bollywood movie that stands the test of time. Its timeless themes and powerful performances make it a must-watch for fans of the genre, and a perfect introduction to Indian cinema for newcomers.

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    2 hr 34 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (502)