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Ishk Ishk Ishk
Directed byDev Anand
Produced byDev Anand
Amit Khanna
StarringDev Anand
Zeenat Aman
Kabir Bedi
Shabana Azmi
CinematographyFali Mistry
Music byR. D. Burman
Anand Bakshi (Lyrics)
Release date
  • 8 November 1974 (1974-11-08)

Ishk Ishk Ishk (transl. Love, love, love) is a Hindi film produced, directed by and starring Dev Anand along with Zeenat Aman, Kabir Bedi, and Shabana Azmi. The film has some beautiful scenes of mountains in Nepal and Kalimpong. We can see Dr.Graham’s Homes school which was called Kalimpong Public School in the movie.


The film begins with the beautiful scenes of Nepal. The child version of Dhun (Dev Anand)is a student of a music school run by (AK Hangal), where he makes a friend (Kabir Bedi). Dhun grows up to become a talented music teacher who his students love. Dhun is in love with Pammy (Shabana Azami), but she comes under the influence of her father and denies the love of Dhun. Dhun broken hearted leaves the school job and decides to go to the Math (a highest mountain in Nepal). He comes upon an Inn called Six Sisters Inn, run by Pahar (Premnath). He decides to stay there for a while. He meets the sisters, and falls in love with the one named Pooja (Zeenat Aman). In one of the incidents, Pooja slips from a cliff and Dhun saves her amidst an avalanche and snow storm. Pooja falls in love with Dhun, and both hope to marry soon. Pahar does raise objections, but they soon are overcome. Just when the marriage is being planned, the family come to know that both Pooja and Dhun are related, and the relationship is that Dhun is Pooja's maternal uncle. But the film ends with a surprising climax.




All lyrics are written by Anand Bakshi; all music is composed by R. D. Burman

1."Achhe Bachche Nahin Rote Hain"Kishore Kumar5:25
2."Bheegi Bheegi Ankhen"Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle4:10
3."Chal Saathi Chal"Kishore Kumar6:30
4."Ishq Ishq Ishq"Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle4:30
5."Kisi Na Kisi Se Hogi Mohabbat"Asha Bhosle5:00
6."Mujhko Agar Ijaazat Ho"Kishore Kumar4:40
7."Tim Tim Chamka Jhilmil Tara"Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle4:40
8."Vallah Kya Nazara Hai"Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Sushma Shreshtha7:10


During the making of this movie, Dev Anand surveyed the location from a helicopter in Nepal. It also involved the thrilling experience of trekking and sleeping in tents. A perfectionist to the core, Dev Saab identified Shyangboche, with hardly any habitation and decided to have his shooting in the hilly areas of Nepal. Dev Saab claims, “If you ever happen to see ‘Ishq, Ishq, Ishq’, look out for that shot of Mount Everest with a sweetheart of a cloud spinning around it, a very rare sight indeed!”


Despite the famous tracks, which were composed by no other than R. D. Burman and the expensive budget for the film, the film was received as the "biggest disaster" for Dev Saab and his crew.[1]


  1. ^ Vijay Lokapally (24 April 2014). "Ishq, Ishq, Ishq (1974)". The Hindu. Retrieved 2 April 2019.

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