Released On - 18 Mar 1975     2hr 25min

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Title Singer Rating
1 Dil Kya Kare Kishore Kumar 3 Lyrics 4 : 32
2 Saanchaa Naam Tera Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar 2 Lyrics 2 : 29
3 Bhul Gaya Sab Kuchh Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar 4 Lyrics 4 : 16
4 Yeh Rate Nayi Purani Lata Mangeshkar 3 Lyrics 5 : 22
5 My Heart Is Beating Preeti Sagar 4 Lyrics 5 : 54


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Julie is a romantic film of 1975 directed by K. S. Sethumadavan starring South film actress Lakshmi in the title role.  Starring in the film in pivotal roles are also Vikram, Rita Bhaduri, Nadira and Om Prakash. Sridevi acted in this film as her first adult in a supporting role.

A musical blockbuster film with the song, ‘My Heart Is Beating’ which became a superhit sung by Preeti Sagar.

The film features a love story between an Anglo Indian Girl and a Hindu boy and the social conservations in a Hindu family for the caste-creed and intercast marriage . The story is also about the unwed mothers in India.  Julie (Lakshmi) is a Christian Anglo Indian Girl living with a very loving father Om Prakash and her dominating mother Nadira and her siblings Sridevi and a younger brother.

She has Hindu friend Rita Bhaduri’s whose house she frequently visits and she happens to meet her brother Shashi(Vikram). Both fall in love and one evening their relationship consummate leaving her pregnant. Shashi however refuses to acknowledge their relationship and his child fearing his conservative parents.  Julie’s mother is shattered to hear of her pregnancy and takes her away to another city to give birth to her child in secrecy and has plans of giving away the baby to an orphanage as she too is not in favor of the inter-caste marriage and the status of an unwed mother. In the meantime, Julie’s father passes away and the family decides to move to England leaving behind the child. Lakshmi is devastated at the thought of leaving behind her new born child.    Until good wisdom prevails upon Shashi’s father, (Utpal Dutt) who urges Julie’s mother to accept the relationship regardless of the caste and religion and accept the grandchild. The film ends on a happy note with both the families blessing the young couple and their new born baby.