Jaali Note

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Jaali Note
Jaali Note.jpg
Directed byShakti Samanta
Produced byPachhi
Sant Singh
Screenplay byRanjan Bose
StarringDev Anand
Om Prakash
Madan Puri
Tun Tun
Music byO. P. Nayyar
Release date
Running time
155 min.

Jaali Note (English: Fake Currency) is a 1960 Hindi film directed by Shakti Samanta, based on the theme of counterfeit money. It stars Dev Anand along with Madhubala, Om Prakash, Madan Puri, and Helen.

The film's music was by O.P. Nayyar, which became very popular.


Dinesh (Dev Anand) lives a middle-class lifestyle with his mother in Bombay. On his fifth birthday, his father left them never to return.

Now, Inspector Dinesh has grown up, is working for the Criminal Investigations Department, and has been assigned to stop the circulation of fake currency notes. His investigations take him to Sunderdas, who is killed. He then masquerades as social worker Abdul Rashid to try to get some information from a jailed convict, Banwarilal, to no avail. Finally, he dons the disguise of wealthy Kunver Vijay Bahadur, rents a suite in Hotel Paris and befriends Manohar (Madan Puri) and several other gangsters. He gets arrested and lodged in the same cell as Banwarilal. From there, the men break out and join Manohar and the rest of the gang.

It is here that Dinesh will find out the king-pin behind the racket. But before he can do anything, he finds himself confronting his past and will be trapped in an underwater fortress with his sweetheart, press reporter Renu (Madhubala).


All songs are music by O. P. Nayyar & lyrics by Raja Mehdi Ali Khan.

Film Soundtrack[1]
Song Singer
"Chhuri Ban, Kanta Ban, O My Son" Mohammed Rafi
"Gustakh Nazar Chehre Se Hata" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Oh Mr. Dil, Badi Mushkil Mein Tune Aaj Daala" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Dil Hai Aapka Huzoor, Lijiye Na Lijiye" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Sach Kehta Hoon Bahut Haseen Ho" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Chand Sard Sard Hai, Raat Sard Sard Hai" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Nigahon Ne Phenka Hai Panje Pe Chakka" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Idhar Dekh Mera Dil Tera Deewana Hai" Asha Bhosle, Shamshad Begum


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