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As good an introduction to vintage Bollywood as any - a gem that was way ahead of its time.
The main problem with this film is that is labours slowly towards its more interesting conclusion. For the most part of the film it feels like an outdated romance.
Rated as one of Hindi cinemas best movie..what starts off as a normal story goes onto deliver a great message..with a good story and very good performances ...without too much of the usual melodrama but with some of the best songs ever...a superb movie you can watch many a time
I really enjoyed this "old school" Bollywood film. While it seems to be a meandering romance--entertaining but not particularly memorable--an unexpected turn results in one of the most profound and well-executed depictions of spirituality and man's relation to The Divine that I have yet seen depicted on film. Dev Anand gives a remarkable performance which captures the incredible series of transformations of Raju the Guide along his unforgettable journey.
good for the songs and the picturisation, not faithful to the novel in terms of portraying the characters.
maybe because devanad produced it, he had to make himself a bigger hero :)
Beautiful story, songs and acting. Great movie.
phew!!What a movie! Classic!
A Jewel in the Crown of everyone involved with it!
ONE OF MY FAVOURITE MOOVIES ! IT IS TRULY VERY INSPIRATIONAL ! WAHEEDA REHMAN ACTS AND LOOKS BEAUTIFUL!
rocks like damn
dint imagined bollywood cud produce such good movie way back in the '60s...
thumps up !!!
ps :- sorry to say much better than the book