Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi

Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi

Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi is a 1966 Hindi-language romantic-tragedy film produced by Guru Dutt and directed by Shaheed Latif, actual name Shahid Lateef. It stars Dharmendra, Mala Sinha, Tanuja, Deven Verma, Rehman, Johnny Walker in lead roles. The film is still remembered for its music by O. P. Nayyar and lyrics by Sheven Rizvi, Aziz Kashmiri and for its expressionistic cinematography by K.G. Prabhakar.


Jeetendra Gupta (Dharmendra) is a reporter working in a newspaper company in Calcutta, who lives with his elder widowed sister, his niece and his best-friend Chunnilal. Jeetendra exposes dangerous working conditions in a mine owned by one of his employer's crooked creditors and consequently loses his job. Jeeten is out looking for another job when he comes across Sunita (Tanuja), who was about to commit suicide by jumping from the same train that night after a prank played by Vikram Verma. Jeeten prevents her from jumping and they take shelter in a hut nearby. They leave for their respective homes the next day after Sunita mistakenly thinks Jeeten's name was actually Chunnilal. When disaster strikes at the mine (as predicted by Jeeten), Amita (Mala Sinha), managing director of the newspaper and daughter of the paper's deceased founder realized her mistake and re-employs him as the editor of the newspaper. However, her interest in him is more than just journalism as she gradually starts developing feelings towards him.

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    contentLocation Kolkata
    director Shaheed Latif
    editor Y. G. Chawhan
    genre drama
    keywords date heart attack indian army jump lose search speak widow working conditions
    producer Guru Dutt
    theme romantic drama