Neeta and Sapna are two friends who live in Bombay, India. Neeta is married to a blue collared worker, who first loses the use of his legs in an accident, and then subsequently turns blind. Sapna, whose dad has passed away, now lives with her mom, and her foster father, Pramod. In order to make money for a living, Neeta becomes a prostitute, and wants Sapna to improve her lifestyle. Sapna accompanies her, is molested by Heera, and rescued by a taxi-driver, Amitabh Sharma. Both Amitabh and Sapna fall in love and want to get married. Before that could happen, Sapna is arrested by the Police for assaulting Pramod, she is tried in Court, where she remains silent, and gets a six month jail sentence. When she is discharged, Amitabh tells her that her mom has been arrested and is serving life in jail for killing Pramod. When both are about to get married, Amitabh's dad objects to this marriage
Writer:Satish Bhatnagar (dialogue), Suhrid Kar (screenplay), Suhrid Kar (story)
Kasauti literally means "norm". The key players are Sapna (Hema Malini), Amit (Amitabh Bachan), Pyarelal (Pran), Neeta (Sonia Sahni) and Heera (Ramesh Deo). The theme is urban poverty and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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