Balraj Sahani plays a professional Artist with wife Achala Sachdev and son Manoj Kumar caught in the trap of Rehman and Shashikala who for the payment of a large Life insurance policy frame... See full summary »

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Deepak
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Suchitra
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Mahesh
Rehman ...
Dheeraj Kumar ...
Mohan (as Dhiraj)
Shashikala ...
Sonia
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Flory D'Costa
Krishan Dhawan ...
Mohan's Father
Asit Kumar Sen ...
Mr. D'Costa (as Asit Sen)
Brahm Bhardwaj ...
Mohan's Grandfather (as Braham Bhardwaj)
Praveen Paul ...
Mohan's Mother
Mukri ...
Mr. Lobo
Devyani
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Shanti
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Balraj Sahani plays a professional Artist with wife Achala Sachdev and son Manoj Kumar caught in the trap of Rehman and Shashikala who for the payment of a large Life insurance policy frame him in the murder of Rehman - who escapes to a world of crime after becoming a dead man for the world. Written by Mamta Dhody (Delhi,Jabalpur)

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Drama | Family

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1 January 1977 (India)  »

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In Custody  »

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AMAANAT was produced by Shatrujit Pal, who had earlier produced Bahu Beti in 1965, under his banner Shatrujit Films. After Anita in 1967, Amaanat and Sachchai were launched somewhere in late 67 or early 68. The shooting started on and off, as Shatrujit Pal had finance problem. Meanwhile Sadhana had Thyroid problem, for which she went to US and came back fully recovered, however her symptoms of oedema on face and body etc. took some time to subside completely. The shooting of Amaanat had stopped.

After Sadhana came back from US in 1968, she did a quickly " Stree" in Oriya language. Sachchai was completed and released also in 1969, but due to financial problems, the shooting of Amaanat used to take place off and on. Atlast the film was completed, but the Financier dispute went to the court.In the meantime, Balraj Sahani also died in 1973. In 1975, Shatrujit struck a compromise with the Financer and the film was presented to the Censors. The censor certificate of this film is dated 31-12-1975, making it a 1977 film. See more »

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Door Reh Kar Na Karo Baat, Kareeb Aa Jaao
Music by Ravi
Lyrics by Sahir Ludhianvi
Performed by Mohammad Rafi
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