Around the World (1967 film)

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Around The World
Around The World 1967 film.jpg
Directed by Pachhi
Written by Jagdish Kanwal (dialogue)
Pachhi (screenplay)
Starring Raj Kapoor
Rajshree (Dua)
Music by Shankar Jaikishan
Release date
1967
Running time
178 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Around The World is a Bollywood romantic comedy released in 1967 directed by Pachhi.

It was India's first film to be released in 70mm and was extensively shot all around the world, as the title suggests.[1] A romcom, it featured Raj Kapoor as an Indian who travels around the world on 8 dollars. The film also starred Rajshree, Ameeta, Om Prakash, and Mehmood.

The sum of 8 dollars refers to the number of dollars, or an equivalent foreign currency, that an Indian was allowed, by Government rules, to obtain by converting rupees into foreign currencies.

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Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Dil Laga Kar Aap Se" Mukesh
2 "Chale Jana Zara Thahro" Mukesh, Sharda
3 "Duniya Ki Sair Kar Lo" Mukesh, Sharda
4 "Jane Bhi De Sanam" Sharda
5 "Joshe Jawani Hai Re Hai" Mukesh
6 "Kauva Chala Hans Ki Chaal" Mohammed Rafi
7 "Yeh Munh Aur Masoor Ki Dal" Mubarak Begum, Sharda
8 "Aao Aao Aate Kyon Nahin" Mohammed Rafi, Manna Dey
9 "Chale Jana Zara Thahro" Sharda

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Down The years 1967". Down Melody Lane.. Retrieved 2011-12-14. 

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