The entire mahalla is talking about it
Director: Sh. Abbasov
Year of release: 1960.
Genre: historical film, drama, film adaptation
The film tells about how modern residential buildings are being built in one of the quarters of the old part of Tashkent
(mahalla). The heroes of the film are families of builders: a bricklayer with his wife and daughter Sayora, an old woman
Mehrikhon, whose son Azimjan is completing his studies in Moscow, and a warehouse manager Arslan with his crane
operator son Umar.
After graduation, Sayora secretly enters the factory from her family. The neighbors are trying to interfere in her fate. The old
woman Mehrikhon wants to marry her son, and Arslan’s wife wants to marry her son. After a series of misunderstandings,
it turns out that Azimjan has already married in Moscow, and Arslan’s son Umar is in love with Umida, who works with him
at a construction site. The youth helps Umar overcome the resistance of his parents and marry Umida. Happy families
move from the mahalla to a newly built house.