Baton Baton Mein directed by Basu Chatterjee
By: Chatterjee, Basu.
Contributor(s): Roshan, Rajesh | Asrani | Abraham, David | Munim, Tina | Palekar, Amol.Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi Eagle Home Entertainment 1979Description: 1 videodisc (113 min.) sd. col. 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Man-woman relationships | Courtship | Families | IndiaDDC classification: 891.433
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Originally produced as motion picture in 1979.
Rosie Perreira is an overly anxious widow, living with her guitar-obsessed son, Sabhi, and a lovely daughter, Nancy, who she would like to get married to a wealthy young man. Her helpful neighbor, Tom, introduces a young eligible Tony Braganza to Nancy in the 9:10 AM Western Railway local train from Bandra to Churchgate. Tom also asks Nancy to introduce Tony to Rosie, which she does. Rosie is initially apprehensive about him as he only drawing a mere Rs.300/ compared to Nancy's Rs.700/-, but soon changes her mind when she finds out that after his probationary period he will draw a monthly pay of Rs.1000/-. Nancy and Tom are permitted to meet and both eventually fall in love. While Nancy wants to follow her mother's directions and get married, Tony is hesitant, and this is what costs him Nancy's love, as she starts to feel that he will not come through with the marriage. And soon Rosie starts looking elsewhere for a son-in-law, while Tony is still reluctant to make any commitments
5.1 Dolby Digital, NTSC All Regions
1.33:1 Fullscreen Colour
In Hindi with English subtitles.