The deal is a very entertaining comedy with Rekha, Utpal Dutta and Shailendra Singh in the lead roles. It is a fast and moving film with many events that go to the life of Mala Mathur (Rekha) and Shekhar (Shailendra Singh). Mala is trained abroad, experienced and has a modernist vision of the role of women in marriage and challenges the elder uncle Mr. Mathur (Utpal Dutta) to prove his point of view. The fact was that she will choose a man who will be like a servant and a cook to her, and she will find many candidates to do this job. Director Anil Ganguly has done a commendable job in creating the hilarious circumstances surrounding the terms of the agreement signed by Mala and Shekhar. After all, Mala and Shekhar develop a romantic relationship and things end as planned. The whole film is about Rekha, who showed very well her acting skills, especially as a fashionr woman trained abroad in Western dresses and hairstyle. It is hard to imagine that the same Rekha played the immortal role of Umrao Jaan. She`s just a wonderful actress. The film will keep you glued to events and it`s definitely an artist.
I gave him eight out of ten. BOLLYVIEWER Indeed, I wish the film had taklen a whole comic approach to Rekha Bossing around him and he is the Joruu ka ghulam@ Sharmi Sa Shailendra Singh there, to be a playboy, I have to say he`s not as much of a horrible actor as I thought he could be given, he`s a playback singer@ Dusted Off Avoided is definitely the word, in no for Rekha I wouldn`t have any business with this 😉 movie@ they are so spot on and Gorgeous Rekha and the songs are the main positives in this movie@ Nasir thanks to the Recommendation Manchali, I`ll check out, I heard before I really like Leena, so I`ll check it out. I really don`t remember the previous films, but it looks like it`s been experienced several times, that I had the opportunity to see this film at the New Empire Cinema, where it was first released in Mumbai. After that, I read the review here! As you rightly noted, the film would have worked miracles if comedy was its main subject. This is where MANCHALI AGREEMENT is hollow. Those who have seen MANCHALI would agree with me, because Sanjeev Kumar and Leena Chandavarkar have both left a pleasant impression of the Cinégons. I`m sure this topic has been studied in vintage movies, although I`m not in a position to quote one yet. LOLS- I didn`t know shalendra! I`ve seen this movie and I hate it because of a few feminist traits in me.