Mera Ghar Mere Bachchay
(1960)

(Certified: Dec 12, 1960)
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2.75/5
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The story of the film sets around a self-made, conservative, stubborn man named Inderjit, better know as Bade Saheb, who likes and compells every dependent of his to think and act like him. Be it his home or office, stricken with the fear of his presence nobody could dare suggest him any thing. Inderjit want his second son Kishore to be an engineer, like his elder son Ashok, so that he could leave his firm with the two sons, little realising of Kishore's interest in music. On an occasion getting the news of Bade Saheb's departure to Delhi the children the house start dancing but having missed his train, unexpected Bade Saheb returns home and burst with fury to extent of roaring on his Parvati with rage for her being over affectionate with children thereby helping them gettim spoiled. One day, Kishore reaches home late in the night intoxicated to face Bade Saheb with courage and in that state of mind speaks of his love for music and Lata (an orphan girl brought-up in the same house) whom he wants to marry. Next day he ordered Kishroe to work as ordinary labourer in his firm and Lata to be returned her native place Nagpur. Before Bade Saheb could complete the marriage arrangement for Kishore and his daughter Meena( a convent girl) Parvati who knew Meena's love with Narendra and Kishore's with Lata managed their marriage secretly with the desired mates. Bade Saheb coming to know of this against his wish lost faith even in Parvati and turned her out of his silvery mansion alone with the newly married couples, leaving himself dishertened disappointed and alone in the hugeness of his rich but empty world. What follows is a quick succession of incidents, suspences summing up the story.

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