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Directed byC. P. Dixit
Produced byN. N. Sippy
Music byLaxmikant–Pyarelal
Release date
  • 28 May 1982 (1982-05-28)
Budgetest.20 million[1]
Box office70 million[1]

Ghazab (transl. Amazing) is a 1982 Indian Hindi-language action comedy-drama film starring Dharmendra and Rekha. The film was a remake of the Tamil film Kalyanaraman.[2] The movie was a 'Hit' and the performance of Dharmendra was critically acclaimed.


Ajay alias Munna Babu is a gentle but naïve young man who has a wealthy family estate. He keeps playing with Jamuna and Raju. His employees and alleged well-wishers (Arjun Singh, Jatha Shankar, Munishi Gurbachan, Bhairav) conspire against him and murder his father. His father tells him that his real mother and brother Vijay live in Bombay before he dies. His employees introduce him to his long-estranged mother, Laxmi, and brother, Vijay. Munna is overjoyed, not knowing that they are impersonators. This joy is quite short-lived, as they soon show their true colors, and Munna gets killed. His restless spirit seeks out his real brother and appeals to him to avenge his death. Vijay, at first, thinks he is hallucinating, but when his mother confirms that he indeed had a twin brother, he agrees to accompany Munna's spirit back to where he was killed, and thus assist him complete his vengeance. Jamuna and Raju help Vijay to get revenge. Things do not go as planned, and Vijay himself becomes their victim, and may face the very same fate as Munna.



Song Singer
"Ae Hawa Yeh Bata" Lata Mangeshkar
"Ghar Se Chali Thi Main Ek Din Sham Ko Jane Kis Kaam Ko" Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
"Aage Se Dekho, Peechhe Se Dekho, Upar Se Dekho, Neeche Se Dekho" Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar
"Jaan-E-Man Jaan-E-Jigar" - 1 Amit Kumar
"Jaan-E-Man Jaan-E-Jigar" - 2 Amit Kumar


  1. ^ a b "Ghazab (1982) Hindi Movie Review, Budget and Box Office Collection". Bollywood Product. 8 July 2021. Retrieved 18 December 2021.
  2. ^ "SUNDAY VOL.9-10(MARCH-JULY)1982". ANANDA BAZAR PUBLICATION, CALCUTTA. 30 July 1982 – via Internet Archive.

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