Navketan Films was a film production house based in Mumbai, India. Started in 1949 by actor-director and producer Dev Anand and his elder brother Chetan Anand, whose debut film, Neecha Nagar, received the Palme d'Or (Best Film) award, at the first ever Cannes Film Festival in 1946. Younger brother Vijay Anand, also directed numerous films for the company, like Guide (1965), Jewel Thief (1967) and Johny Mera Naam (1970). Chetan and Vijay parted ways with company later and today Dev's son Suneil Anand is currently heading the production house. The last film released by Navketan films was Chargesheet in 2011 and since then this production house has not produced any more films and is no longer active.
|1950||Afsar||Chetan Anand||First film of banner|
|1954||Taxi Driver||Chetan Anand|
|1955||House No. 44||M K Burman|
|1957||Nau Do Gyarah||Vijay Anand|
|1958||Kala Pani||Raj Khosla|
|1960||Kala Bazar||Vijay Anand|
|1961||Hum Dono||India's entry for the Berlin International Film Festival, In 2011 coloured version came|
|1963||Tere Ghar Ke Samne||Vijay Anand|
|1967||Jewel Thief||Vijay Anand|
|1970||Prem Pujari||Dev Anand|
|1971||Tere Mere Sapne||Vijay Anand|
|1971||Haré Raama Haré Krishna||Dev Anand|
|1973||Shareef Budmaash||Raj Khosla|
|1973||Chhupa Rustam||Vijay Anand|
|1973||Heera Panna||Dev Anand|
|1974||Ishk Ishk Ishk|
|1978||Des Pardes||Dev Anand|
|1984||Anand Aur Anand|
|1989||Sachché Ká Bol-Bálá|
|1993||Pyaar Ka Tarana|
|1998||Main Solah Baras Ki|
|2001||Master||Suneil Anand||First Martial Arts Film|
|2003||Love at Times Square||Dev Anand|
|2005||Mr Prime Minister|
- "With Navketan Films, Anand brothers among Bollywood's first families". Economic Times. 5 December 2011.
- "60 yrs of Dev Anand behind the scenes". Economic Times. 30 August 2009.
- "History of a forward-looking studio". The Sunday Guardian.
- Romancing With Life, An Autobiography, by Dev Anand. Penguin/ Viking, 2007. ISBN 0-670-08124-8.
- Cinema Modern: Navketan Story, by Sidharth Bhatia. Harpercollins, 2011. ISBN 978-93-5029-096-5.