Do Anjaane

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Do Anjaane
Do Anjaane.jpg
Directed byDulal Guha
Produced byTito
Written byShafiq Ansari
Nabendu Ghosh
Nihar Ranjan Gupta
StarringAmitabh Bachchan
Rekha
Prem Chopra
Music byKalyanji Anandji
CinematographyM. Rajaram
Edited byBimal Roy
Release date
November 26, 1976
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Do Anjaane (English: Two Strangers) is a 1976 Hindi drama-thriller film, produced by Tito, it is directed by Dulal Guha and based on the story Ratrir Jatri of Nihar Ranjan Gupta.[1] The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha, Prem Chopra, Pradeep Kumar, Utpal Dutt, Lalita Pawar and a young pre-stardom Mithun Chakraborty. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The film became a hit at the box office.[2] It was remade in Telugu as Maavari Manchitanam (1979), starring N.T. Ramarao and Vanisri. The Kannada version Aaseya Bale was released in 1987, starring Vishnuvardhan and Nalini.

Synopsis[edit]

Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) is found wounded on railway tracks and when he awakens he has no memory of who he is and doesn't remember anything about his life. Six years later he is living with a wealthy couple and is now named Naresh Dutt.

One day, he begins to regain his memory when he watches a film and realises that the actress in the film is related to him somehow. It is then that he discovers the actress in the film is none other than his wife Rekha Roy (Rekha). He finds out that she is now a very successful film actress, having changed her name to Sunita Devi and her manager is none other than Ranjeet Malik (Prem Chopra), who was once his best friend.

In flashbacks, he remembers that his real name is Amit Roy and Ranjit was the one who attempted to kill him six years earlier by throwing him off the train he was travelling on with Rekha. Amit also discovers that his young son who is now 10 years old has been sent to a boarding school and sets out a plan to regain custody of his son. First however, he plans on taking revenge against Ranjit. Amit comes up with a plan to re-enter Rekha and Ranjit's lives by disguising himself as a film producer. He meets with Rekha and Ranjit and offers Rekha the opportunity to act in his new film titled Do Anjaane. Rekha and Ranjit grow suspicious of Naresh Dutt as they start to realise that he bears a striking resemblance to Rekha's supposedly deceased husband Amit Roy and the story line of his film eerily mirrors Rekha's past life. Will she discover the true identity of Naresh Dutt? and what revenge has Amit/Naresh got planned for Ranjit?

In the end, Amit pretended to go back to Mumbai with his son, instead came back to Rekha's home with his parents. It is concluded that he forgave her halfheartedly and they got back together again.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aai Karke Singaar" Lata Mangeshkar
2 "Kahin Door Mujhe Jana Hai" Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Luk Chhip Luk Chhip Jao Na (Male)" Kishore Kumar
4 "Luk Chhip Luk Chhip Jao Na (Duet)" Kishore Kumar, Shivangi Kolhapure

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rekha breaks her silence". thehindu.com. Retrieved May 5, 2018.
  2. ^ BoxOffice India.com Archived 20 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine

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