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TV Guide Magazine by
The most popular film in Indian history.
The New York Times by
The film is at once a sort of Indian "Stella Dallas," which finds the heroine making sacrifice after sacrifice on behalf of her family, and a "Gone With the Wind"-style epic of social change.
Village Voice by
The performances are broad; the comedy is mainly slapstick. The politics are nationalist and vaguely left-wing.
Film Threat by
More of a curio than a classic and it takes the strongest of constitutions to endure this film without entertaining notions of matricide