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Tere Mere Sapne ()


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Dr. Anand Kumar attains his degree in medicine and re-locates to a small village to assist the local doctors there. Upon arrival, he is met by the ailing Dr. Prasad and his wife, and hired on a salary of Rs.250/- per month. He meets with... See more »

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Dr. Anand Kumar
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Nisha Patel / Nisha Kumar (as Mumtaz)
Mahesh Kaul ...
Dr. Prasad Kaul
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Dr. Jagannath Kothari
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Dr. Bhutani
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Maltimala's Hairdresser
Paro ...
Mrs. Prasad
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Nisha's aunt (as Leela Misra)
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Phoolchand (as Sapru)
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Dancer in song "Mera Saajan Phool Kamal Ka" (as Jayshree T.)
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Maltimala's Mother
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Seth. Madhochand (as Prem Nath)
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Phoolchand's Wife
Rajpal
V. Gopal ...
Chemist
Uma Dutt ...
Dr. Mitra
Ravikant
Prem Sagar ...
Head of Workers Union
Bhagwan Sinha
Soni
Jerry
Misra
Abdul
Niranjan Mathur
Darshan
Chandulal ...
(as Chandoolal)
Sharma
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(as Bannerji)
Mijjan
Madhurika Devi ...
(as Madhurika)
Gaya Pd ...
(as Gaya PD.)
Asif
A. Sharma
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Maltimala
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Jr Artist (uncredited)
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Maltimala's Manager (uncredited)

Directed by

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Vijay Anand

Written by

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Vijay Anand ... (dialogue)
 
Vijay Anand ... (screenplay)
 
Kaushal Bharati ... (story) (as Kaushal Bharti)
 
A.J. Cronin ... (novel "The Citadel")

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Dev Anand ... producer

Music by

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Sachin Dev Burman ... (as S.D. Burman)

Cinematography by

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V. Ratra

Film Editing by

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Vijay Anand

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A.K. Bandekar ... assistant editor
Achyut Gupte ... color supervisor
Babu Sheikh ... associate editor
J.F.H. Van der Auwera ... color consultant

Art Direction by

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T.K. Desai

Costume Design by

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Bhanu Athaiya
Mehmood

Makeup Department

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Vasant Desai ... makeup artist
Geeta ... hair stylist
Meena Rao ... hair stylist
Hariram Sharma ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Bhisham Kohli ... unit manager (as Bhisham)
R.S. Manian ... production manager
E.V. Rajkumar ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ketan Anand ... assistant director (as Ketan)
D. Kumar ... assistant director

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Shrikant R. Chogle ... assistant art director (as Chowgule)
Bhaskar L. Deokar ... assistant art director (as Bhaskar)

Sound Department

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J.M. Barot ... audiographer
Mangesh Desai ... sound re-recordist: RajKamal
S. Noor Jamal ... assistant sound (as Noor Jamal)
Gurunath Samant ... assistant sound (as Gurunath)

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Syed Galib ... titles design (as S. Galib)
Gordhanbhai Patel ... opticals (as Gordhan Bhai) / titles compositor (as Gordhan Bhai)

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Chaman K. Bajoo ... camera operator (as Chaman Kadalbaju)
S.R. Dabholkar ... assistant camera
Parvez M. Irani ... assistant camera
Prabhakar ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Balchand ... wardrobe
Mohd. Husain ... wardrobe (as Mohammad)

Music Department

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Asha Bhosle ... playback singer
Meera Dev Burman ... assistant musical director (as Mrs. Meera Dev Burman)
Basu Deo Chakravarty ... assistant orchestrator (as Basu-Manohari)
Manna Dey ... playback singer
Minoo Katrak ... song recordist
Kaushik ... song recordist
Kishore Kumar ... playback singer
Lata Mangeshkar ... playback singer
Neeraj ... lyricist
Manohari Singh ... assistant orchestrator (as Basu-Manohari)

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Hiralal B. ... choreographer (as Hiralal)
K.K. Chugh ... assistant publicist (as Chugh)
Yash Kohli ... production controller
Shankar Nandedkar ... production assistant (as Shankar)
Somnath Rangroo ... associate director
Prem Sagar ... associate director
Kali Sharma ... production assistant

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V.M. Agarwal ... grateful thanks: Newton Chikli Collieries Ltd. Parasia (as Mr. V.M. Agarwal)
S.D. Chaubal ... grateful thanks (as Dr. S.D. Chaubal)
Dr.Mrs. Maya Y. Shah ... grateful thanks
Chandrakant M. Worah ... grateful thanks: Newton Chikli Collieries Ltd. Parasia (as Mr. Chandrakant M. Worah)

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Plot Summary

Dr. Anand Kumar attains his degree in medicine and re-locates to a small village to assist the local doctors there. Upon arrival, he is met by the ailing Dr. Prasad and his wife, and hired on a salary of Rs.250/- per month. He meets with the other doctors namely Dr. Kothari, an alcoholic, and Dr. Bhutani, a dentist. Anand finds that he is saddled with all of Kothari's work as well his own due to the reason that Kothari is drunk every night. He nevertheless carries on, aided by the local school-teacher, Nisha Patel, who he eventually marries. Then one day a proud father, Phoolchand, gives a baksheesh to Anand for the safe delivery of his first-born. This does not auger well with Mrs. Prasad and she fires Anand. Anand and Nisha re-locate to Bombay, and after sometime Anand establishes himself as a leading doctor, is honored for his thesis, and gets to be the personal doctor of a leading Bollywood actress Maltimala. When Dr. Kothari and Dr. Bhutani go to visit them, they find while Nisha is still the same good-natured woman, who is expecting a child, Dr. Anand is a changed individual, who has no time for friends, personal life, or even his wife, and is not even aware that she is pregnant. The two return home disappointed, followed by Nisha, who has decided to separate from Anand. Alone now Anand has time on his hands to decide if he can divorce Nisha and marry the most sought-after actress in India. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Also Known As
  • तेरे मेरे सपने (India, Hindi title)
  • Our Dreams
Runtime
  • 175 min
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Trivia This film was a major break for Mumtaz as heroine and she was paired with Dev Anand for the first time. This film was Vijay Anand's first film as producer. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981). See more »

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