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Inspector Shiv Nath is a honest and diligent police officer in Bombay, and lives with his wife, Radha, and a young son, Arjun. While making several arrests in connection with counterfeit ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Manoj Kumar ... Arjun
Hema Malini ... Sundari / Rosemary Fernandes
Prem Nath ... Inspector Jaichan
Pran ... Hawaldar Karan Singh Badshah
Bindu ... CBI Officer Roopa Sharma
Kamini Kaushal ... Radha
Om Shivpuri ... Karamchand
David Abraham ... Pascal (as David)
Sajjan Sajjan
Abhi Bhattacharya ... Insp. Shiv Nath
Shyam Kumar Shyam Kumar
Ram Mohan ... Police Inspector
Shivraj Shivraj ... Psychiatrist
Kumud Tripathi Kumud Tripathi
Rajan Haksar Rajan Haksar ... Jhangi


Inspector Shiv Nath is a honest and diligent police officer in Bombay, and lives with his wife, Radha, and a young son, Arjun. While making several arrests in connection with counterfeit money and drugs, he comes to know that his close friend, Karamchand is also involved in this racket. Before he could take any action, he himself is arrested by the police for possession of fake money and drugs, and sentenced to a jail term, but he escapes and his whereabouts are unknown. Radha loses her mind and is institutionalized, while Arjun takes to petty crime and on reaching adult-hood is the Don of the area known and feared as "Dus Numbri". He meets with and falls in love with a petty thief and card-sharp, Rosemary Fernandes. When Radha accidentally meets with Rosemary, she thinks it is Sundari, Karamchand's wife, and then Radha starts to regain her sanity. But not for long, as Arjun, Radha, and Rosemary will soon be enmeshed in a plot that may well rid them of their senses, that is if it does... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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17 April 1976 (India) See more »

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Amor e justiça See more »

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This is the second consecutive hit of Manoj Kumar-Hema malini after theri Sanyasi in 1975. The popularity of their pairing prompted Manoj to cast Hema malini in his magnum opus Kranti which was also a roaring hit. See more »


Remade as KD No. 1 (1978) See more »

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Dus it ain't gonna get!
19 September 2010 | by Peter_YoungSee all my reviews

Dus Numbri was a big hit of its time, and I think it was one of the most horrible movies of its time. People may have liked it as a "so bad it's good" movie which makes no sense and lets you just laugh at its stupidity, but I didn't manage to get even that. The movie was badly written, with pathetic dialogues and unbelievably silly proceedings, and it was badly directed. The action scenes were poorly handled, the music is just below average, and the movie, despite starring a bunch of good and popular actors of the times, is awfully acted, with almost everyone hamming it up to an annoying effect. Not their fault of course, it's the script that is terrible. Manoj Kumar tries to be cool but he ends up looking very weird with his strange glasses and funny undertone. Hema Malini is the saving grace since she is immensely pretty but she too is not given more than that. I guess fans of this genre would enjoy this movie, more because at points it is unintentionally hilarious, but I say just avoid and forget.

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