Sadhana Shivdasani was an Indian actress, best known for her double role performance in the 1964 film ‘Who Kaun Thi?’ She earned a ‘Filmfare Award’ nomination for her performance in the thriller film. She was regarded as one of the most successful and highest paid actresses between 1960 and 1981. In her career, she starred in more than 30 films. She made her film debut in a cameo role in the 1955 hit ‘Shree 420.’ Her first starring role came in ‘Love in Simla’ (1960). Her most successful films include ‘Waqt’ (1965), ‘Anita’ (1967), ‘Sachaai’ (1969), ‘Ishq Par Zor Nahi’ (1970), and ‘Amaanat’ (1977).’ Some of her failed film projects were ‘Chhote Sarkar’ (1974), ‘Mahfil’ (1981), and ‘Ulfat ki Nayi Manzile’ (1994), which was also her final screen appearance. Most of her films did very well at the box-office.
A Hindi drama movie produced by B. R. Chopra, Waqt tells the story of Lala Kedarnath Prasanta, a rich merchant who loses his fortunes and family in an earthquake. After many years, he is finally reunited with his three long-lost sons and wife. The film pioneered the concept of movies with multiple stars in Indian cinema.
Chanda, a young woman, falls unconscious after being slapped by her father for refusing to get married. After she regains consciousness, she goes back home but few days later, she is visited by a man named Raj Kumar, who claims that she is her husband. He calls her to Bombay back to their house, which makes Chanda confused and unable to figure anything out.
A gang of bandits kidnap Raju, a simple-minded singer, who eventually fall in love with the daughter of their chief. He also leads the gang to a moral transformation. However, things take a turn and he informs the police about them, and they set out to kill them.