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Baseraa In present day Sharada gets hit on her head by co-inmate of mental institution and goes into coma. Balraj along with Sagar goes to Delhi to finalise Sagar's marriage with Sarita. Here in Mumbai, Sharada suddenly gets her consciousness and thinks that she woke after the initial accident 14 years back. Doctor slowly tells her that she had been in a coma and doesn't reveal the fact that Balraj and Nima are married now. Confused, Sharada escapes hospital and comes home. By the time, Nima gets information from doctor and arranges everything as it was 14 years before. She sends her young son to stay with Sarita and makes herself up like a widow, as her sister knew.
Baseraa Baseraa is a 1981 Indian Bollywood film. The film was produced by Ramesh Behl, and directed by Ramesh Talwar. The film stars Shashi Kapoor, Raakhee, Rekha, Poonam Dhillon, Raj Kiran, A.K. Hangal and Iftekar. The music was composed by R.D. Burman. Movie was hit at box office and lead actors performance was much praised.
Baseraa But, Nima's son Babbu comes home from Sarita's hostel, making everyone revealing truth to Sharada. Sharada gets shocked and lose consciousness, When she regains consciousness she acts crazy and violent. Sarita, while trying to pacify her, comes to know that Sharada was just acting crazy to go away permanently from her sister's life. She makes Sarita promise not to tell anyone and she does same with the doctor. Thinking that she again lost her mind, saddened Nima and Balraj start their normal life.
Baseraa Nima (Rekha) and Balraj Kohli (Shashi Kapoor) are happily married middle aged couple, living in rich neighborhood of Mumbai. They have two boys,eldest was Sagar(Raj Kiran) and youngest was Babbu. Things seem to go smoothly and Sagar falls in love with medico Sarita (Poonam Dhillon) who easily gains the approval of Sagar's parents. Slowly story reveals that Nima was Balraj's second wife and not actually the biological mother of Sagar. Balraj was the husband of Sharada (Raakhee) who was elder sister of Nima. When Nima lost her husband in an accident, immediately after her marriage, shocked Sharada falls off the stairs, damaging her head. She had been in a mental institute since 14 years. As Balraj had no one to manage his household in the absence of Sharada, Nima stays there to look after Balraj and seven year old Sagar. Seven years after the accident, Sharada and Nima's father, hopeless of Sharada's recovery, convinces Balraj and Nima to get married.
Baseraa Sharada comes home and feels happy to see everything was same as before. After some time Balraj returns to home with good news of son's engagement. He was happy to see Sharada recovered but feels sad to see Nima in widow's attire. They maintain things in that way for some time for the fear of Sharada falling ill again if she knows the truth.
Baseraa The film was remade in Telugu as "Thodu Needa" (1983) and in Tamil as "Kanmaniye Pesu" (1986).
Baseraa The score was composed by R. D. Burman. The main songs are: "Aaungi Ek Din Aaj Jaoon", "Chup Chup Chuppa Chuppi", "Jahan Pe Sawera Ho Basera", "Jane Kaise Beeteei Ye Barsaaten", "Sanware Sunao Bansuri" and "Tumhe Chhod Ke Ab Jeene Ko" sung by playback singers Asha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar.
Ankit Mohan He made his debut in "MTV Roadies (season 4)." Ankit appeared in Pankaj Kapoor's Mausam, In this he played Ashfaq Hussain an Air force officer. He was selected from over 800 guys for the role of Shahid Kapoor's best friend. He has also appeared in many Hindi TV serials like "Ghar Aaja Pardesi"; "Baseraa" and "Shobha Somnath Ki".
Ramesh Talwar He was Yash Chopra's assistant director between 1969 and 1979 and directed several films 1977 onwards. He is best known for directing – "Baseraa" (1981) which garnered him a Filmfare Best Director Award nomination and Zamana.He is also known for directing numerous plays in theatre.
Rekha In that same year, Rekha starred in Ramesh Talwar's family drama "Baseraa", which saw her playing a woman who marries her sister's husband, after the latter loses her mental balance. She appeared as Sadhna in the commercially successful "Ek Hi Bhool" (1981), opposite Jeetendra, playing the role of a betrayed wife who leaves her husband. In 1982, she received another Filmfare nomination for "Jeevan Dhaara", in which she played a young unmarried woman who is the sole breadwinner of her extended family. In 1983, she took the supporting role of a lawyer in "Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye", garnering another Filmfare nomination in the Supporting Actress category.