Nadiya Ke Paar (1982) – A Complete Analysis

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Today’s post is Nadiya Ke Paar (1982) – A Complete Analysis. Nadiya Ke Paar (1982) is the story of a boy and a girl coming from 2 different villages. The plot revolves around how they unite after overcoming obstacles in their path.

Nadiya Ke Paar (1982) – A Complete Analysis

  1. Those were the times when a girl and a boy were not asked for their opinion regarding their marriage. Besides, in a village situation, the parents were the decision-makers for such a sacred bond. Omkar (Inder Thakur) and Roopa (Mitali) are not asked if they would like to marry each other.
  2. The relationship between Roopa and Omkar’s brother Chandan (Sachin) is idealistic. Today, in many families, such relationships have sexual overtones. These people have sex without the husband knowing about it. This behavior denigrates the sacred bond between the Bhabhi and Devar.
  3. Roopa’s sister Gunja (Sadhana Singh) and Chandan tease each other about several things. It is not surprising that they fall in love with each other when she comes to stay with them to help Roopa take care of her child. But, how others do not realize this is not known.
  4. The eternal triangle is also present here. Rajjo (Sheila David) is also in love with Chandan, who is her childhood friend. She is possessive about him and when she gets to know that he is in love with Gunja, she complains to his parents that she has been living with them for too long.
  5. The Holi song Jogiji wah Jogiji… has been picturized decently. The men celebrate the festival away from the place the women do.
  6. When Roopa dies in an accident and Omkar is unable to take care of his child alone, the elders decide that he has to get married a second time. The chosen bride is Gunja. Gunja does not know that she is to wed Omkar, till the wedding procession arrives. She tries to convince her parents that she is in love with Chandan. But, they insist that she marry Omkar. A girl did not have a right to choose her husband, independently.
  7. Music and lyrics by Ravindra Jain are fantastic.

Nadiya Ke Paar (1982) songs

Jab tak poore na ho phere saat…

Sanchi kahe tore aawanse hamre…

Kaun disha mein leke chalare…

Jogiji wah Jogiji…

Gunja re…

Jab tak poore na ho phere saat (Version 2)

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