Anand Aur Anand

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Anand Aur Anand
Anand2Anand.jpg
Vinyl Records Cover
Directed by Dev Anand
Produced by Dev Anand
Story by Suraj Sanim
Starring Dev Anand
Raakhee
Suneil Anand
Raj Babbar
Smita Patil
Natasha Sinha
Biswajeet
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Cinematography D. K. Prabhakar
Release date(s)
  • 10 August 1984 (1984-08-10) (India)
Language Hindi

Anand aur Anand is an Indian film from 1984 which is most famous for being the debut movie of both Dev Anand's son, Suneil Anand as well as of Natasha Sinha. It stars Dev Anand along with Suneil Anand, Natasha Sinha, Raakhee, Smita Patil, Raj Babbar, and Biswajeet.

Plot[edit]

Arun Anand (Dev Anand) has been married for several years now, but his wife (Raakhee) is unable to conceive. Arun has an affair with his personal secretary, Kiran (Smita Patil), and as a result Kiran gets pregnant. Arun does not want a scandal to upset his wife, so he asks an impotent union leader, Pratap Singh (Raj Babbar), to marry Kiran, sire the child, and then divorce her, all for a hefty sum of money. Pratap agrees to this arrangement, and soon a boy is born. Pratap then changes his mind about divorcing Kiran, as her son is proof of his virility and manhood, and as such disappears from Arun's life. Years later Kiran's son has grown up and named Varun Singh (Suneil Anand). Arun finally finds out about them and meets them, but is rejected by Varun, who has come to accept Pratap as his father. There is a confrontation between Pratap and his employer, Thakur (Biswajeet), and as a result, Varun is abducted, tied to a tree with four wild elephants who are made to drink alcohol, and after which will go on a drunken and virtually unstoppable rampage - starting with the gory death of the person nearest to them - Varun.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Director: Dev Anand
  • Producer: Dev Anand
  • Story: Suraj Sanim
  • Cinematographer: D. K. Prabhakar

Soundtrack[edit]

All lyrics written by Anjaan, all music composed by R. D. Burman.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Hum Kya Hain"   Kishore Kumar, Pinaaz Masani  
2. "Main Awara Hi Sahi"   Lata Mangeshkar  
3. "Mere Liye Soona Soona"   Kishore Kumar  
4. "Nasha Hai Mujhe Bhi"   Lata Mangeshkar, Abhijeet Bhattacharya  
5. "Wadon Ki Sham Aai"   Kishore Kumar  
6. "Lag Jaa Gale Se"   Kishore Kumar, Pinaaz Masani, Dilraj Kaur, Shailendra Singh  

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