A difficult marriage can be demanding and emotionally consuming - particularly when the bride and groom hail from two ideologically dissimilar cultures. Such is the problem plaguing the couple at the center of S.M. Abbas's classic 1972 Bollywood romantic drama Ek Hasina Do Diwane. Jeetendra and Babita star as Amar and Neeta, the pair in question, who fall in love and tie the proverbial knot - only to discover that groom Amar's Indian thought patterns and worldview poorly mesh with those of bride Neeta's native culture. Soon, talk of divorce grows prevalent and colors every meaningful discussion between the couple.