Ek Hi Bhool

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  • 2005
  • 6.0  (178)

Ek Hi Bhool is a Bollywood drama film from 1981, directed by Tatineni Rama Rao and starring Jeetendra, Rekha, and Nazneen. The movie explores the themes of love, betrayal, and forgiveness. The story revolves around two sisters, Kaajal (Nazneen) and Sunita (Rekha). Kaajal is a wealthy and spoilt socialite who becomes jealous of her sister's marriage to the kind-hearted and hardworking Ravi (Jeetendra). Kaajal tries to sabotage their relationship by creating misunderstandings between them.

Amidst these tensions, Ravi's friend Shekhar (Vinod Mehra) enters the scene and develops feelings for Sunita. However, Sunita remains loyal to her husband and rebuffs Shekhar's advances. The situation takes a dark turn when Kaajal's husband (Asrani) discovers her treachery and decides to take revenge on Ravi by framing him for theft.

Ravi is arrested and sent to jail, leaving Sunita and her family devastated. During this time, Shekhar continues to support Sunita and helps her in taking care of her children. As Ravi serves his sentence, he learns to forgive his sister-in-law and accepts her apology.

Meanwhile, Sunita finds out about Shekhar's love for her and decides to give him a chance. However, as Ravi is released from jail, she feels torn between her love for her husband and her guilt towards Shekhar.

The film's climax is a poignant and powerful sequence that brings together all of the characters in a dramatic showdown. Will Sunita choose to stay with Ravi or start afresh with Shekhar? Will Kaajal's repentance be enough to make amends for her betrayal? These questions are answered in a heartwarming and satisfying finale.

Jeetendra's performance as Ravi is one of the highlights of the movie. He portrays the character's struggles and sacrifices with great depth and sensitivity. Rekha gives a nuanced and restrained performance as Sunita, depicting her conflicted emotions with aplomb. Nazneen shines as the jealous and selfish Kaajal, exuding both glamour and malice in equal measure.

The film's music, composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal, is also noteworthy. The songs 'Ek Hi Bhool' and 'Raat Kali Ek Khwab Mein Aayi' are still remembered for their soulful melodies and meaningful lyrics.

Overall, Ek Hi Bhool is a timeless classic that showcases the power of forgiveness and redemption. Its strong performances, engaging storyline, and heartfelt emotions make it a must-watch for all Bollywood fans.

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