Story, Synopsis, Trivia, Dialogues for Aandhi (1943)

Aandhi is a 1943 Indian Bollywood social film released on Jan 01, 1943. The film is directed by Dinesh Rajan Das. A filimic conception of a broken love, with the real political life of today made to serve as the back drop, it tells of Arti, the attractive and ambitious daughter of a leading politician and J.K., her husband, who is totally opposed to politics. Their accidental meeting after nine years of separation almost threatens to upset her chances in an election. But she wins. - Aarti is the daughter of a leading politician who is also the Mayor of the city. The mayor wants his daughter to inherit his popoularity and scale the political ladder. Aarti on her part is not reluctant, having basked in the sunshine of her fathers success in politics. But as fate would have it, she falls in love with "J.K. (Sanjeev Kumar) a hotel manager, and gets married to him. JK hates the politics and a cold water follows between the couple and a political career gets the better of married bliss. They part with each other and live separately . Aarti (Suchitra Sen) makes good in her political career, away from JK. She plans election campaign and other political activities with an eye for detail, even to the extent of directing "the operations" at the ordinary polling agent (Om Prakash) level. . One of her country-wide tours, Aarti is booked to stay in a posh hotel. She arrives in her suit to find that it is decorated to her taste in every detail. she is suprised as to who could have anticipat- ed her artistic tastes. She calls for the hotel manager, only to find out thet he is non other than her husband himself. . Then follows a turbulent phase in which Aarti is redrwan to JK emotionally and otherwise. They go out togerther a couple of times, and it is enough capital for her rival candidate her on. She explains to her votes that he is her husband, and if they so desire she is prepared to step down from the political pedestal and withdraw from the election. Check out this page for more updates on Aandhi.

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