Naram Garam (1981) Online
The story revolves around an old man, chachaji in search of a home after his house is repossesed by the village money-lender, and his young daughter, Kusum. Ramprasad is a poor young man in the employ of Bhavani Shankar a superstitious, middle aged widower. Ramprasad succeeds in securing a victory for Bhavani Shankar in a long running court case, which gives back Bhavani Shankar's family the possession of an ancestral house. When Ramprasad is assigned the responsibility of getting the house back in shape so that it can be re-occupied, chachaji and Kusum arrive there. When this comes to the knowledge of the estate manager, Gajanan Babu, he arrives furious and determined to oust the usurpers. However, he succumbs to the charms of Kusum and instead of ousting the old man and his daughter, presents a proposal of marriage. Horrified, Kusum and Ramprasad turn to Babua for help. He, in turn, is captivated by Kusum's beauty and presses his suit. Then Ramprasad turns to Bhavani Shankar, but he...
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Amol Palekar||-||Ram Eshwar Prasad|
|Swaroop Sampat||-||Kusum 'Kusi'|
|Utpal Dutt||-||Bhavani Shankar Bajpai|
|A.K. Hangal||-||Vishnuprasad 'Masterji'|
|Padma Chavan||-||Ratna - Birju's employer (as Padma Chauhan)|
|Kiran Vairale||-||Sumitra 'Sumi' B. Bajpai|
|Suresh Chatwal||-||Gajanan 'Gadhanand' Bajpai (as Suresh Chatwaal)|
|Anand||-||Birju - Kusum's brother|
|T.P. Jain||-||Sheikh Salamat Hussain|
|Bishan Khanna||-||(as Bishen Khanna)|
|Bijoy Ghosh||-||(as Bejoy Ghosh)|
Amitabh Bachan is seen in one scene.
RDB in an interview said that "Sagar kinare" was adapted from "Rahen na rahen hum" from Mamta, which in turn Roshan had adapted from "Thandi Hawayen" from Naujawan, MD-SDB and Yeh Hi Hain Tamanna from Aap Ki Parchhaiyan. The song "Kahan Tha Jo Tumne" from Pyar Ka Taraaana" was also used from this. 'Hamen raastonki zarurat nahin hai from Naram Garam was also a inspiration