Mera Damad is a 1985 family-drama Indian Hindi film directed by Partho Ghosh[1] and produced by Shipra Biswas and Tushar Mazumdar. It stars Utpal Dutt, Ashok Kumar, Farooq Sheikh, Zarina Wahab, Rakesh Bedi, Prema Narayan, Tariq Khan and Jankidas in lead roles.[2] Music for the film was scored by Salil Choudhury and background music by Babul Bose.[3]

Mera Damad
Directed byPartho Ghosh[1]
Salil Chowdhury (assistant director)
Written byPartho Ghosh
Produced byShipra Biswas
Tushar Mazumdar
StarringFarooq Sheikh
Zarina Wahab
Bhagwan Dada
Utpal Dutt
Tariq Khan
Jankidas
Ashok Kumar
[2]
CinematographyRatan Mukherjee
Edited byKashinath Mahajan
Music bySalil Chowdhury
Release date
  • 8 March 1995 (1995-03-08)[1]
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

The voices of most artistes in the film are dubbed and not original.

SynopsisEdit

Sitanath Ardhnarayan Choudhry and Ajit Khanna are old friends. Sitanath has a daughter named Sunita, and Ajit has a son named Jai. Both fathers would like their respective children to meet each other and get married. In order to do this, Ajit asks Jai to travel to Sitanath's village, meet Sunita, and if found compatible, make arrangements for marriage, to which Jai agrees to. On reaching Sitanath's residence, Jai, in the company of his friend, Pradeep, come across a man named Ravi, who tells them they are in the wrong village, and directs them to a mansion run by an eccentric owner, so that they can spend the night there, and then take the train back the next day. Ravi warns them about the owner, who likes to talk all night to anyone who listens. Both Jai and Pradeep meet the owner, and are quite abrupt with him. The next day, Jai meets the owner's daughter Kimi, and falls in love with her.

CastEdit

TriviaEdit

In one scene, Zarina (Kimi) is listening to a song 'Tasveer teri dil me' which is from old classic movie Maya (1961 film), the music of which was given also by Salil Choudhury.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Release and director of Mera Damad, hindi comedy drama film". rottentomato. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Casts of Mera Damad (1995)". Archived from the original on 25 August 2014. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Mera Damad- Gomolo". gomolo.com. Retrieved 25 June 2014.

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