Mehlon Ke Khwab
(1960)

(Certified: Mar 9, 1960)
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Asha (Madhubala) and Bela (Chanchal) work as junior artists in Hindi films wanted to bacome stars. However, one of the character actresses (Leela Chitnis) cautions them. They return home to find that their Aunt (Praveen Paul) and Uncle (Rashid Khan) wanted Asha to marry an old man Ratilal for Rs.10000/-. Bela wins Rs. 15000/ in a crossword puzzle. With that kind of money, both Asha and Bela plan to go on a holiday to Kashmir.

Asha and Bela go for shopping. They like a necklace costing a lakh of rupees and buys an imitation necklace of same design. The real one is found stolen. Asha and Bela run away from home and reach the railway station to catch a train. In the meanwhile, the thief (Pran), who has stolen the necklace is also at the railway station to run way but seeing a contingent of police forces on the station, he deposits the necklace in the suitcase of Asha. There is one more person (K N Singh) who has been keenly observing the happenings in the railway station. So Asha, Bela, the thief and K N Singh board the train to Pathankot.

As the train starts, Rajan (Kishore Kumar), a vagabond, boards the running train and by mistake he lands himself in the coupe in which Asha and Bela are travelling. Both of them think that Rajan is the thief to pick up their bag full of currency notes. However, Rajan convinces them that he accidentally boarded the train.

All of them reach Kashmir and check in a hotel owned by Om Prakash. Chander (Pradeep Kumar) is a wealthy man works as a driver to find a true life partner who is not influenced by his wealth. Now, Bela falls for Rajan. When Asha finds that necklace in her suitcase, she throws it aways and Chander picks it up. Asha and chander falls in love and Chander gifts the same necklace to Asha.
How all mystery clarifies at the end is the story of the film.


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