|Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan|
|Directed by||Sadashiv J. Row Kavi|
|Produced by||Mahipatray Shah|
|Music by||Sudhir Phadke|
|Distributed by||Sadashiv Chitra|
|1 January 1961|
Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan is a 1961 Hindi film, a family drama directed by Sadashiv J. Row Kavi with Meena Kumari and Balraj Sahni in the lead roles. It is a remake of 1953 Marathi film Vahinichya Bangdya, which was also remade in Telugu as Vadina Gari Gaajulu (1956) and in Tamil as Mangaiyar Thilakam (1955).
Geeta (Meena Kumari) is married to Shyam (Balraj Sahni), but is unable to bear children. Orphaned as a youth, Mohan (Sailesh Kumar) is raised by his elder brother Shyam and his wife, Geeta, who offers the boy motherly love and devotion. Mohan marries Prabha (Seema Deo), Prabha is from a wealthy family and her life is ruled over by her dominating mom (Durga Khote). Mohan's youthful bride becomes jealous of his loyalty to his family. Misunderstandings arise to such an extent that Prabha moves out of her home, and back to her mom's. She gives birth to a baby, and not even her husband comes to visit her or to see the baby. But when the infant falls ill, Prabha must set aside her apprehension and learn to trust.
Jyoti Kalash Chhalke, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, is composed in Raag Bhupali and is widely regarded as one of the best Raag Bhupali-based Bollywood compositions.
|"Laaj Rakho Girdhari"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Lau Lagati, Geet Gati"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Jyoti Kalash Chhalke"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Mera Nanha Kanhaiya"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Chand, Tu Yahan Hai"||Asha Bhosle|
|"Ghoda Nachaye Mera Laadla"||Asha Bhosle|
|"Kahan Ud Chale Hai Man Pran Mere"||Asha Bhosle, Mukesh|
|"Tum Se Hi Ghar Ghar Kehlaya"||Mukesh|