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Sangam is a Bollywood movie released in year 1964.
This movie belongs to social genre.
Raj Kapoor was director of Sangam movie.
Any Movie is produced by efforts of various experts including writer, singer, editor, screenplay writer, dialogue writer, choreographer, director etc. Starcast of Sangam film includes Raj Kapoor, Vyjayanthimala, Rajendra Kumar.
Also many other experts contributed in production of this Sangam Film which includes Raj Kapoor.
Sangam Movie in filmfare 1965
Raj Kapoor was nominated under category Best Actor
(Lieutenant Sundar Khanna)
Won Best Actress Award
» Sangam movie was nominated under category Best Film 1965
» Rajendra Kumar was nominated under category Best Supporting Actor
Won Best Director Award
Mukesh was nominated under category Best Male Playback Singer
(Dost Dost Na Raha)
» Shankar Jaikishan was nominated under category Best Music Director
» Shailendra was nominated under category Best Lyricist
(Dost Dost Na Raha)
Won Best Editing Award
» Allauddin Khan Qureshi Won Best Sound Design Award
Details/Plot of Sangam Movie
Sundar (Raj Kapoor),Gopal (Rajendra Kumar) and Radha (Vyjayantimala) have been friends since childhood. As they grow into adults, Sundar develops an obsessive romantic attraction to Radha, but she prefers Gopal, who is also in love with her. Yet, as Sundar has confided his feelings for Radha to him, Gopal decides to sacrifice his love for his friend's sake. Radha systematically resists Sundar's overtures, but to no avail. For him, she is the only woman in the world. Matching Sundar's great love for Radha is his unswerving devotion to his friendship with Gopal.
Eventually, Sundar enlists in the Indian Air Force and is assigned to a military mission in Kashmir. Before leaving, he extracts a promise from Gopal, whom he trusts implicitly, never to let any man come between Radha and himself while he is away. Subsequently, Sundar's aircraft is shot down over Kashmir. He is listed as MIA and presumed dead. This news saddens Radha and Gopal, but they are nonetheless now free to profess their love for one another. Among other expressions of love, Gopal writes her an unsigned prem patra (love letter) which touches her particularly and which she hides away. Just when they begin taking steps to be married, Sundar returns, safe and sound. The self-effacing Gopal sacrifices himself once more, stepping back into the shadows, watching as the reborn Sundar resumes his wooing of Radha. Inevitably, the two marry.
After the couple returns from an extended European honeymoon, Sundar is deliriously happy. His life's dream has been realised. Radha is resolved to be faithful to her husband and to put Gopal out of her mind. She privately asks him to stay away from her and Sundar because of the torture his presence causes her. Sundar's devotion to Gopal, however, is such that he constantly tries to draw him into their life, much to Radha's chagrin. The perfection of their marital bliss is, however, shattered when Sundar accidentally discovers the unsigned love letter Gopal had written to Radha. Sundar is thunderstruck, and assumes that Radha has been unfaithful to him. Producing a pistol, he demands she divulge the name of the supposed lover and threatens to kill the man, but she refuses.
In the days that follow, Sundar becomes obsessed with discovering the identity of the letter's author and cannot return to normality. Radha's life becomes miserable, lived out against the incessant drama of Sundar's jealousy, threats, anger and fixation with the letter. Eventually unable to bear the wretchedness of her existence with Sundar any further, Radha flees to Gopal for help. Sundar takes the same route, unaware that Radha has gone to Gopal's house. There, matters come to a head. The overwrought Gopal admits his authorship of the infamous letter to Radha, an admission which almost destroys his friend. Gopal, perceiving no exit from the impasse at which the three have arrived, kills himself with Sundar's pistol. Radha and Sundar are finally reunited â€“ in mourning.