Hindi    1969 (India)

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Doli is a 1969 Indian Bollywood social film released on 1969. The film is directed by A. V. Subba Rao, produced by Hargobind Duggal under banner named Bahar Films.

Amar lives a middle-class life in India with his oft-critical dad, Basantlal and his mom, a housewife. When Basantlal decides to get Amar married to Ramprasad's daughter, Amar accepts this. However, on the day of the wedding, Ramprasad is arrested by the police for embezzling Rs.20,000/- from his employer, he is tried in court and sentenced to a long prison term. Then Amar meets with a lovely young woman named Asha and both of them fall in love with each other. They would like to get married and want each other to meet their respective families. Before that could happen, a shocked Amar sees Asha holding hands and being intimate with his U.S.-returned friend, Prem Kumar. Looks like Amar's heart is going to get broken, and by the looks of things, marriage may not be in his fate after all.

To sit in the "Doli" is every girls dream come true. . But from Ashas (Babita) house. Doli went empty. The bridegroom Amar (Rajesh Khanna) did not accept her. Brides pleadings were of no avail Amar refused even to see her face. Thus, Ashahs dream was shattered. . In course of time, they met again. Asha immediately recognized Amar... but Amar could not recognize her. Asha also did not reveal herslef, decidiing to tease and torment him...Asha got the job as a secretary in an office whose Manager. Prem Kumar (Prem Chopra) happened to be Amars college friend. Prem, who had returned after advanced studies from America, immediately fell in love with Asha. He never knew that Asha was the former discarded wife of his best friend, Amar, and Amar still loved her not knowing who she was. Prem, blindly in love with Asha, turned his own wife (Nazima) out of the house. . When one day, Amar came to meet Asha in the office, he accidently met Prem. Prem gave a job to Amar in his own office. Closeness of Prem and and Asha became a thorn in Amars side and Amar labelled Asha as unfaithful and deceitful. Asha enacted a drama to unite prem with his former wife, Shobha (Nazima). To be successful in this scheme, Asha had to go more close to Prem. Fed up, Amar resigned and threatened to take revenge form Prem. . Prem got an inkling of Ashas plan but at this stage Amar also came to know that Asha is innocent and not mad after Prem. Love for Asha again kindled in Amars heart....One night, Prem dragged Asha to her car, took her away to teach her a lesson for her deceit. Amar promised to save her at all costs. Prem and Asha were in a car. Amar followed them in his scooter, caught up with them and jumped in the running car Both entangled with each other, thirsting for blood. Just when Amar was poised to kill Prem his wife Shobha came in between and begged for his husbands life. Amar let go of him...Prem apologised and accepted his wife. Check out this page for more updates on Doli.

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