Published on 03 Apr 2015 | about 1 year ago
MOvie : Naukri (1978)
Star Cast : Rajesh Khanna, Zaheera, Raj Kapoor, 'Captain'Nadira,
A. K. Hangal, Pratima Devi, Tom Alter, Deven Varma, Jayshree T.,
Meena Roy, Aarti, Master Akbar, V. Gopal, Vijay Sharma, Lalita Kumari, Keshto Mukherjee, Om Shivpuri, Yunus Parvez, Satya Babu,
Muni Raj, Amal Sen, Shubhra Nath, Habiba Rehman, Anju Gupta, Jalil, Siddharth Narayan.
Director : Hrishikesh Mukherjee
Producer : Jayendra Pandya, Rajaram Pandya, Satish Wagle.
Music : Rahul Dev Burman
Lyricist : Anand Bakshi
Playback Singers : Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar.
Plot : The film opens up with a distraught tensed up Ranjit watching his mother and his sister and their adopted brother closely. He is wearing a depressing look as he cannot earn and feed his family members properly being a handicapped person. He walks with help of walking stick. He decides that its better to commit suicide and die rather than giving trouble to others and also seeing his family members struggle for survival. His mother loves him a lot although he is limping and jobless. She asks him not to worry and be happy. Their landlord has asked them to vacate the premises the next day. Tension looming around his mind, Ranjit decides to go out early in the morning and jump from the bridge above the railway tracks and give away his life. Ranjit carries out his plan. In the next scenes, he starts walking without help from any stick. He meets a man who calls himself as Captain and he says that he is the only person who can see Ranjith right now. That fat man introduces himself as Swaraj Singh Captain and says that he is a ghost and that Ranjit has died and is now a ghost too. Captain takes him along everywhere and shows him how many other people are roaming as ghosts in the world after committing suicides. Captain says the ghosts attain salvation only when their unfulfilled wish gets fulfilled. Captain asks him why did he commit suicide. Ranjit tells him his story of how he was a badminton player and how rich they were. He had even fell in love with a richer girl. The rest of the story is about Ranjit's description of what drove him to poverty, how were they surviving, how his friends betrayed him and deprived him of any job, how he lost his leg and how much he feels betrayed of his girlfriend leaving him and joining hands with some one else. Captain just keeps listening to his story. The answers to the above question and rest of the story is full of suspense which needs to be seen in the movie directly.