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Jaane-Anjaane (1971)

While on a religious pilgrimage, Laxmi Prasad finds an abandoned baby at a temple, when she sees no around, she decides to keep him. When her husband, Shankar, returns from jail, they name ... See full summary »

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Ram Prasad 'Ramu'
Leena Chandavarkar ...
Mala
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Koyli
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Police Inspector Hemant
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Suzie
Sulochana Latkar ...
Shobha (as Sulochana)
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Laxmi
K.N. Singh ...
Poonamchand
Dhumal ...
Dhondu
Sajjan ...
Hemant's Father
Gulshan Bawra ...
Munnu
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Chunnu
Murad ...
Judge
Sadhana Patel ...
(as Sadhna Patel)
Kanu Roy
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While on a religious pilgrimage, Laxmi Prasad finds an abandoned baby at a temple, when she sees no around, she decides to keep him. When her husband, Shankar, returns from jail, they name the child Ramu. While Laxmi wants him to go to school, study and become someone important, Shankar wants him to gamble, partner him in bootlegging and smuggling. Ramu is unable to fit in school and decides to work with his dad. Thus Ramu grows up accepting crime as his career. Then a young woman named Mala enters his life, and both fall in love with each other. When Mala finds out about Ramu's career, she makes him promise that he will go straight. He does go straight, gets a job, and when he is laid off he takes to helping Dhondu catch fish. Then Ramu's world gets turned upside when Inspector Hemant, while apprehending Shankar, guns down Laxmi. An enraged Ramu decides that he must kill Hemant at any cost. Watch what impact this will have on Hemant's mom, his dad, and Mala herself as she watches ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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17 May 1971 (India)  »

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The film was started in 1968 and delayed for 3 years. Shakti Samanta blamed it on Shammi Kapoor's weight problem.Shakti stated that Shammi had gained so much weight he could not fit him all in one frame. He requested Shammi to lose some weight. Shammi agreed and left for London. When Shammi returned he had gained even more weight. See more »

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Jaane Anjaane Log Mile, Magar Na Koi Mila Apna
Music by Shankarsingh Raghuwanshi and Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal (as Shankar-Jaikishan)
Lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri, S.H. Bihari, Gulshan Bawra
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