Rungoli

Rungoli , India, 22 April 1960

Sewakram lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Bombay (India) along with his wife Subhagi, daughter Nirmala and son Lattoo. He works in the Flora Fountain branch of the United Commercial Bank. He is very organized, thrifty and plans to get his children educated, married and also build a house for them. Nirmala befriends Kishore Kumar Shastri, who lives a wealthy lifestyle along with his widower dad, a Deputy, and runs two businesses for supply of sand and cement. Kishore manages to impress everyone in Nirmala's family including her paternal uncle Sadhuram. Sewakram goes to meet Kishore to finalize their marriage and after doing so, he returns to the construction site and is gravely injured when an entire floor collapses. Nirmala finds out that the accident was Kishore's fault and refuses to have to do anything with him. Kishore attempts to woe her back but before he could succeed he is arrested by the police and held in a cell.

  • Genre: Romantic
  • Runtime: 176 Minutes
  • Director: Amar Kumar

Story

Rungoli (Hindi: रंगोली; Urdu: رنگولی‎; translation: A Colourful Pattern of Life, also transliterated as Rangoli) is a 1962 Black-and-white Romance comedy Hindi film directed by Amar Kumar. The film had Kishore Kumar and Vyjayanthimala in the lead with Durga Khote, Jeevan, Iftekhar and others appearing in supporting roles.

The film had music by the Shankar Jaikishan duo with Hasrat Jaipuri and Shailendra providing the lyrics.