Romance (1983 film)
|Directed by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Produced by||Ramanand Sagar|
|Music by||Rahul Dev Burman|
|21 October 1983|
Romance (1983) is a colourful, lively story of two teenage lovers of the jet age; Sonia, a half English girl, and Amar an Indian Youth, whose romance blossoms across thousands of miles and crosses all barriers.
British based Mr. and Mrs. Roy are thrilled when their son announces that he is going to marry a Caucasian woman. Soon they are blessed when a daughter, Sonia, is born. Tragically, their son passes away, leaving them heartbroken.
Sonia grows up under her mother's strict control and guidance, and the love of her grandparents, who encourage her to visit India, which she does. When she returns, she announces that she has met her soul-mate in Amar, who she is going to invite to Britain, where they will marry.
Her mother does not approve of this, as she wants Sonia to get married to a Caucasian male of her choice, and will not permit any interference from her in-laws, who are asked to leave her house. In the meantime Amar's passport and money are stolen. He manages to board a ship bound for Britain, where he is subsequently apprehended, arrested and turned over for prosecution and possible deportation as an illegal immigrant. It looks like Sonia's mom have her way with her daughter after all.
- Kumar Gaurav – Amar
- Poonam Dhillon – Sonia
- Shammi Kapoor – Mr. Roy
- Sushma Seth – Mrs. Roy
- Saeed Jaffrey – Journalist / editor
- Prema Narayan – Journalist / editor's wife
- Helena Luke - Sonia's Mother
- Tom Alter – Priest
- Viju Khote – Thief
- Raj Babbar – (Guest Appearance)
- Ranjeeta Kaur – (Guest Appearance)
|1||"Ye Zindagi Kuch Bhi Sahi"||Rahul Dev Burman|
|2||"Maang Loongaa Main Tujhe Taqdeer"||Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar|
|3||"O My God, Tum Mujhse Karte Ho"||Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar|
|4||"Aayi Aayi Aayi, Teri Yaad Aayi"||Lata Mangeshkar, Amit Kumar|
|5||"Aur Intezaar Ab Mushkil Hai"||Amit Kumar|
|6||"Love Love Love"||Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, Chandrashekhar Gadgil|