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Aan Baan is a 1972 Bollywood drama film directed by Prakash Mehra. The film stars Rakhee Gulzar.

Aan Baan
Aan Baan.jpg
Directed by Prakash Mehra
Starring Rakhee Gulzar
Music by Shankar Jaikishan
Release date
1972
Country India
Language Hindi

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Plot summaryEdit

Raja Bahadur rules his region, although fully aware that his days as King are numbered. Nevertheless, he indulges in women, alcohol, and high-living - most of which is through borrowed money, with the creditors threatening to take him to court. He even has an affair with prostitute named Dulari, who he refuses to marry, and has her brother, Kundan, sent to jail. When his brother, Suraj, returns from abroad, Bahadur decides to withhold this information from him. In order to keep up appearances, Bahadur gets his men to rob their neighbor, Hiralal's house, of all jewellery and cash. But Hiralal wakes up, calls for help and for the police, and one of Bahadur's men is arrested. When Bahadur finds out that the police have traced him to his house, Suraj decides to take the rap for him, is arrested and imprisoned. On Suraj's return, Bahadur announces his marriage to Rekha, Hiralal's daughter. The problem is that Suraj and Rekha love each other, and the question is will Suraj be willing to make another sacrifice for his brother this time?

CastEdit

  • Bhagwan Dada ... Prisoner #420
  • Brahm Bhardwaj ... Saudagarmal
  • Som Dutt ... Inspector Ranvir
  • Raakhee ... Rekha
  • Anwar Hussain ... Kundan
  • Jagdeep ... Bankhe
  • Kanhaiyalal ... Dhaniram
  • Rajendra Kumar ... Suraj
  • Kumkum ... Dulari
  • Ram Mohan ... Shankar
  • Moolchand ... Wedding guest
  • Amin Sayani ... Radio announcer
  • Shivraj ... Khajanchi Girdharilal
  • Sunder ... Rambhai

SoundtrackEdit

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Badnaam Ho Gaya Dil" Asha Bhosle
2 "Khati Hoon Kasam" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Lo Ham Aaye Dulha Bhaiya Ke" Mohammed Rafi
4 "Naam Nahin Koi Dham Nahin" Mohammed Rafi
5 "Oopar Dekho Ya Neeche" Mohammed Rafi
6 "Jab Tum Ho Mere Hamsafar" Mohammed Rafi
7 "Tum Meri Ho" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar

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