Aastha: In the Prison of Spring Trailer

Aastha: In the Prison of Spring Trailer (1997)

"In the Prison of Spring" 28 January 1997 Drama 210 mins

Aastha: In the Prison of Spring is a story of a lower middle class happy nuclear family. The lady of the family gets involved in prostitution, owing to the not-so-good financial condition of the family. It is the story of the guilt that comes with the money and the cobweb that such a route entails that its quite an effort to come out of the profession once one enters it.

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Cast

Rekha

as Mansi

Om Puri

as Amar

Dinesh Thakur

as Dinesh

Daisy Irani

as Reena

Navin Nischol

as Mr. Dutt

International Releases Dates

India 28 January 1997

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