Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki

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"I swear on my mother"
  • 1984
  • 5.7  (180)

Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki is a Bollywood drama film that released in 1984, directed by Babbar Subhash. The film stars Mithun Chakraborty, Smita Patil, and Salma Agha in the lead roles. The film's title translates to "The One Who Swore to Be Born" in English, and the plotline is centered around reincarnation and its cyclical nature. The story follows a young man named Amar (Mithun Chakraborty), who falls in love with a woman named Sheetal (Smita Patil). However, their love story ends abruptly when Amar dies in a tragic accident leaving Sheetal alone and heartbroken. Years later, in another time and place, Amar is reborn as Raju and discovers that Sheetal has also been reborn as Radha. Although they do not recognize each other, Raju falls in love with Radha, who is now a successful singer.

As Raju tries to win Radha's love, he has to save her from the evil clutches of Ranjit (Amrish Puri), a wealthy and powerful man who is also attracted to her. Ranjit is obsessed with Radha's beauty and wants her to be his mistress, even if it means breaking her spirit. The story takes a dramatic turn when Ranjit reveals his true intentions and Raju has to fight against him to save Radha's life.

The film explores the themes of love, loss, and reincarnation, as the characters struggle to understand the unexplainable forces of the universe that bring them together time and again. The film's music, composed by Bappi Lahiri, was a major hit and included the popular number, "Main Teri Ho Gayi."

Mithun Chakraborty's performance in the film won him critical acclaim and established him as one of the leading actors in Bollywood. Smita Patil, who was known for her powerful performances, was exceptional in her portrayal of Radha. The chemistry between Mithun and Smita was also highly praised by the critics and the audiences alike.

Apart from the main cast, the film also featured Salma Agha in a supporting role. The film was shot in various locations across India, including Mumbai, Rajasthan, and Goa. The film's production value was also lauded by the critics, who praised the film's visual and technical aspects.

Overall, Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki is a must-watch for fans of Bollywood cinema. The film's timeless themes and engaging storyline, coupled with the stellar performances of the cast, make it a true classic of its time. Despite being released almost four decades ago, the film still resonates with audiences today and serves as a testament to the power of love and the mysterious forces that govern our lives.

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