International Crook

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International Crook
Directed by Pachhi
Produced by Pachhi
Starring Dharmendra
Saira Banu
Feroz Khan
Music by Shankar Jaikishan
Release date(s) 1974
Country India
Language Hindi

International Crook is a 1974 Bollywood film starring Dharmendra, Saira Banu & Feroz Khan who was nominated the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Plot[edit]

Superintendent of Police, Rajesh, is asked to take charge of a police station in Goa, and manage it. Rajesh is aware that his friend, Shekar, also lives there, and he is anxious to see him. Upon arrival in Goa, Rajesh and Shekar are delighted to see each other. Shekar is in love with Seema, and Seema too loves him. However, Seema's mom, Lajwanti, does not approve of Shekar, and would like Seema to marry Rajesh. When Shekar comes to know about this, he steps away, so that Rajesh and Seema can marry each other. When Rajesh finds out about Shekar's sacrifice, he decides to let Seema marry Rajesh, and shortly thereafter the marriage takes place. While Shekar and Seema go off on their honeymoon, Rajesh commences his investigation into smuggling activities off the coast of Goa, and his investigations lead him to a suspect by the name of Tiger. Little does Rajesh know, that Tiger is none other an alias for Shekar, who will do anything to protect himself from Rajesh and the police

Cast[edit]

 Dharmendra  ...  Shekar  
 Saira Banu  ...  Seema  
 Feroz Khan  ...  SP Rajesh  
 Om Prakash  ...  Havaldar Rao  
 Hiralal    
 Rajan Haksar  ...  Pinto  
 Susheela  ...  (as Sushila)  
 Rathod    
 Sunder    
 Manorama  ...  (as Manorma)  
 Raj Mehra  ...  Dinanath  
 Jayshree T.    
 Habib    
 Sulochana Chatterjee  ...  Lajwanti (as Sulochana Chatterji)  
 Jagdeep  ...  D.D.T.

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Crook Crook" Mahendra Kapoor
2 "Pyaar Ki Mujhpe Kya Nazar" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
3 "Hussne Iran" Sharda
4 "Pahera Do Hoshiari Se" Mahendra Kapoor
5 "Puccha Jo Pyaar Kya Hai" Kishore Kumar, Renu Mukherjee

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