A taxi-driver must unravel the mystery surrounding the woman he loves.

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Ronnie
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Santho / Ramkali / Bantho / Santho Singh
Prem Nath ...
Ram Bharose (as Premnath)
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Rajasaheb / Gulbahar Singh
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Police Commissioner (as Iftikhar)
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Ronnie's mom
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Mithoo
Gautam Sarin
Ranjan
Jankidas ...
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Ramkali's associate
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Taxi driver (as Jagdishraj)
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Shamim Banu ...
Champa
Uma Dhawan
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Ronnie comes from a poor family, lives with his mother, and drives a taxi in Bombay, India. One day he comes to the rescue of a Punjabi woman named Santho, who is lost and in distress. She is unable to find the person, Gulbahar Singh, she is looking for, has her belongings and money stolen, and takes shelter with Ronnie. Both of them fall in love, and want to get married. Then Ronnie gets the shock of his life when he sees Santho dancing in a brothel, and being referred to as Ram Kali. Ronnie must find out why Santho is leading a double life, before he can get married to her. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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love | taxi driver | taxi | revenge | rape | See All (8) »

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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30 July 1976 (India)  »

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During ishk ishk ishk it was deceided that in the year 1975, dev anand would invite his elder brother chetan anand to direct a film on the ocassion for the 25th year, silver jubilee year for navketan. The film to be made was a big lavish costume drama staring dev anand & hema malini, but then the remake of chetan anand's taxi driver was made as janeman. See more »

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Remake of Taxi Driver (1954) See more »

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Is Mulakat Ka Bus Maza Lijiye
Performed by Mohammad Rafi, Mukesh, Hemalata
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Music by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
Records on H.M.V.
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Recommended only for Devanand's fans
28 September 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Devanand seems to have taken inspiration from his 1954 landmark film "Taxidriver" for making this film. Unfortunately, this film does not deliver. Devanand, now growing old, plays his role with style and panache(though it's difficult to see him romancing a younger Hema Malini). The plot is nothing much to talk about and the action scenes are poorly choreographed(Again, Devanand was a chocolate hero in his heydays. The action scenes were less suited to him). Songs are dime a dozen and none apart from the title songs is worth listenable.

Devanand's film output decreased in quality as he headed toward the 70s and 80s and this is one example of that. Still, for Devanand fans, he still has that mannerisms which endeared him to people's hearts.

Worth watching only for Devanand.


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