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Prem Geet (1981)

Raj Babbar is a poet & good singer, with whom Anita Raj falls in love. However, Anita is diagnosed to have Brain Cancer; nonetheless Raj decides to marry Anita with the knowledge of his Dad


Sudesh Issar


Shashi Bhushan (screenplay) (as Shashii Bhushan), Shashi Bhushan (story) (as Shashii Bhushan) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Raj Babbar ... Akash Bhardwaj
Anita Raj ... Shikha
Rajni Sharma Rajni Sharma ... Asha
Showkar Janaki ... Mrs. Laxmi Bhardwaj (as Sowcar Janki)
Madan Puri ... Mr. Bhardwaj
Shashi Ranjan Shashi Ranjan ... Dr. Amar
Komal Soni Komal Soni
Sajjan Sajjan ... Hiralal
Shammi ... Gynecologist
Rajkishore Rana Rajkishore Rana ... Professor (as Raj Kishore)
Viju Khote ... Deepak Agarwal
Vandana Rane Vandana Rane
Yasmin ... (as Yasmeen)
Zubeida ... (as Zubeda)
Chandramohan Chandramohan ... (as Chandermohan)


Akash and Shikha make an impressive creative team as they work together in a dance troupe, and a romantic relationship soon flourishes between them. But when it transpires that Shikha only has a few months to live, and she's pregnant, some dramatic scenes unravel as the movie travels nears its climax. Written by hEmRaJ (gavin_coolhgr@hotmail.com)

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Release Date:

25 September 1981 (India) See more »

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Ramayana Chitra See more »
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Color (Fujicolor)
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Anita Raj stated she went into severe depression when the film flopped. Whe would cry for days. See more »


Yeh Kaisa Anya Daata
Performed by K.L. Saigal
from Lagan (1941)
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Most Romantic Hindi Film of the 80s
23 April 2013 | by ratanbhushankoustuvSee all my reviews

This movie is the most romantic & heart-touching masterpiece of the 80s and perhaps only one of its kind in the history of Hindi Cinema. It has tried to reflect the essence of love in a true sense. Love means sacrifice, it is pure and immortal and has nothing to do with the physical attraction. Physical attraction is just an illusion of lust which fades with the passage of time but the true love is like a trace of light illuminating for centuries. Love is a feeling that can only be sensed by soul. Love is not a business which can be traded for anything else. The artists here have done full justice to the plot. Really the potentials of Anita Raj have been underestimated. She is one among the elite of Bollywood Actresses.

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