Zameer (1975 film)

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Movie Poster
Directed byRavi Chopra
Produced byB. R. Chopra
Screenplay byB. R. Films story Department
Akhtar ul Iman (dialogue)
Story byC. J. Pavri
StarringAmitabh Bachchan
Saira Banu
Shammi Kapoor
Music bySapan Chakraborty
CinematographyDharam Chopra
Edited byPran Mehra
Distributed byB. R. Films
Release date
March 21, 1975

Zameer is a 1975 Hindi action-drama film directed by Ravi Chopra, and produced by B. R. Chopra for B. R. Films. It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Saira Banu, Shammi Kapoor, Madan Puri and Vinod Khanna. The music for the film was composed by Sapan Chakraborty. It was a remake of 1960 film Bombai Ka Baboo starring Dev Anand which was a copy of Branded is a 1950 Technicolor western film starring Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford, and Robert Keith. . It was a hit in the Indian box office, in a year of big hits: Deewaar, Sholay, Dharmatma and Julie.[1]


Maharaj Singh is a proud owner of several derby-winning stallions, and lives in a palatial farmhouse with his wife, Rukmini and young son, Chimpoo. One day dacoits attack his farmhouse with a view of stealing the stallions, but Maharaj fights them, killing the son of the leader of the dacoits, Maan Singh. Maan Singh swears to avenge the death of his son, and abducts Chimpoo. Years later, a servant of Maharaj, Ram Singh, brings a young man named Badal into the Singhs lives, and tells them that he is their missing son Chimpoo. Both Maharaj, Rukmini, and their daughter, Sunita, are delighted at having Chimpoo back in their lives. Then Badal and Sunita fall in love with each other. It is then Badal confesses to Maharaj that he is not Chimpoo, but a former convicted jailbird, who was asked to impersonate him by an embittered Ram Singh. Maharaj does not want to relay this information to an ailing Rukmini, and decides to keep it quiet for the rest of their lives. But sooner or later Rukmini is bound to find out - especially when Badal and Sunita openly show their love - will this shock of an intimate brother and a sister spare her or has fate something else in store for her?



All music of this flim composed by Sapan Chakraborty The song "Tum Bhi Chalo" is a cover of Autumn Leaves.[citation needed]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Phoolon Ke Dere Hai" Kishore Kumar
2 "Tum Bhi Chalo Hum Bhi Chale" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
3 "Aanka Baanka Tali Talaka" Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey
4 "Tum Bhi Chalo" Kishore Kumar
5 "Zindagi Hansne Gane Ke Liye Hai" Kishore Kumar
6 "Ab Yahan Koi Nahin" Kishore Kumar


  1. ^ Lokapally, Vijay (20 November 2014). "Zameer (1975)". The Hindu. Retrieved 2014-11-21.

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