Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche

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Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche
Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche.jpg
Directed by R. Tulsi Shyam
Produced by F.U. Ramsay
Starring Surendra Kumar
Music by Sapan Jagnmohan
Cinematography Gangu Ramsay & Keshu Ramsay
Edited by Bal Korde
Release date
Running time
2hr 7mnts
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 3.5 Lakhs
Box office 45 Lakhs

Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche is a 1972 Hindi horror film directed by Tulsi Ramsay & Shyam Ramsay.


Rajvansh, a rich widower and young scientist rescues a woman named Anjali and marries her. She forces her husband to fulfill her maternal uncle's demands for money all time. Unwillingly he consents. He soon realizes his marriage is a failure because his wife and her uncle all the time try to extort money from him.

One day he rescues a woman named Meera and while she is unconscious he gets her to his home. He nurses her to good health with the help of his two faithful servants. Meera starts respecting and idolizing her master but faces the wrath of Anjali. Anjali constantly taunts Meera and Rajvansh.

Frustrated by all this Rajvansh keeps working in his laboratory which is set up at his home. One day while working some drops of chemical spill in his milk and he unknowingly drinks it. He becomes very ill. Anjali is least concerned. Rajvansh loses his ability to walk. Meera nurses him and constantly prays to God to make him well soon. Rajvansh's friend and family doctor advises him to get admitted to the hospital for better treatment for which Anjali flatly denies stating he will never recover in the hospital and she will search a better doctor for him.

In the meantime Anjali meets her old lover Anand with the help of her uncle and convinces him to stay at her home as a doctor and pretend to treat Rajvansh. She romances Anand behind Rajvansh's back. One day Rajvansh catches them red-handed. Anjali compels Anand to kill Rajvansh for his property and they put his corpse in a big iron box and bury him in the graveyard with the help of Joseph(gravedigger).

Soon they realize the locker key which contains lots of cash and money is missing. The search proves futile when they soon realize the key is in the coat of Rajvansh who is dead and lies 6 feet under the ground. Soon Rajvansh returns as a zombie, to revenge his death. Scientist Rajvansh makes a plot to kill his wife, her boyfriend and maternal uncle who had betrayed him for money.

Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche


Surender Kumar as Rajvansh

Pooja as Meena

Imitiaz as Anand

Shobhna as Anjili

Smita, Mayank, Habib

Satyendra Kapoo, Dhumal

Music - Sapan Jagmohan

Music Assistant - Uttam Singh, Om Verma, Pankaj Mitra

Lyrics - Naqsh Layalpuri

Playback Singers - Asha Bhosle, Vani Jairam

Story & Produced by F.U. Ramsay

Director - R. Tulsi Shyam


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Ramsey Brothers have made more than 30 horror films in India, which epitomise the lower depths of 1980s Bollywood sleaze and gore, but which have secured their place in Hindi cinema’s hall of fame as the pioneers of horror. [4][5][6] They are producers, directors and editors for many famous Hindi horror movies such as Veerana, Purana Mandir, Purani Haveli and Bandh Darwaza, and the TV series "Zee Horror Show" Their first film Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche proved a milestone for them and for Indian horror film industry. At a time when the average Hindi film took about a year and 50 lakhs to complete, Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche was shot in 40 days on a budget of Rs 3.5 lakhs. All the seven Ramsey brothers boarded buses with small-time actors, a sparse film crew, their wives and their mother and father and drove to a government guesthouse in Mahabaleshwar that cost Rs 12 a room – they took eight rooms. They didn’t spend on sets because they shot on location. They didn’t spend on costumes because these were picked out of actors’ wardrobes. The cameras were all borrowed. All the departments for making the film was taken care by the seven brothers. The film ran to full houses in the first week after its release. It made Rs 45 lakhs.