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Anokhi Ada (English: Unique style; Hindi: अनोखी अदा) is a 1973 Bollywood Action film, produced and directed by Kundan Kumar under the Kundan Films banner. The film stars Jeetendra, Rekha and Vinod Khanna in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal.[1]

Anokhi Ada
अनोखी अदा
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Directed byKundan Kumar
Produced byKundan Kumar
Written byRafi Ajmeri
Vishwanath Pande (dialogues)
Majrooh Sultanpuri (lyrics)
Screenplay byMushtaq Jalili
K.K. Shukla
Story byMushtaq Jalili
Vinod Khanna
Music byLaxmikant-Pyarelal
CinematographyV. Durga Prasad
Edited byKamlakar Karkhanis
Kundan Films
B4U Entertainment
Eros Entertainment
Distributed byAsha Studios
Ranjit Studios
Roop Tara Studios
Shree Sound Studios
Release date
  • 3 April 1973 (1973-04-03)
Running time
118 minutes


Two business partners, Lalaji and Gupta, are also very close friends and expect their friendship to turn into a relationship when their children, Rakesh and Neeta respectively get married. Things appear to be going according to plan, but change abruptly when a young man named Gopal is rescued from drowning and brought into the Lalaji household to recuperate. Gopal does recuperate and in order to repay his gratitude he offers to be employed by Lalaji in their business. Then Rakesh is killed by falling off a cliff; Gopal assumes control of the business; Lalaji and Gupta's friendship breaks up; he woos Neeta; and brings a look-alike of Rakesh - a hoodlum named Kishan - who is out for only one thing - that is to take over the wealth of the two businessmen - by hook or by crook.


  • Jeetendra as Rakesh/ Kishan
  • Rekha as Neeta Gupta
  • Vinod Khanna as Gopal
  • Padma Khanna as Radhika
  • Mehmood as Dr. Captain Bhushan
  • Nazir Hussain as Lalaji (as Nazir Hussain)
  • Manmohan Krishna as Mr. Gupta
  • Kanhaiyalal as Ram Prasad "Ramu" (as Kanhayalal)
  • Brahmachari as Sewakram (Dr. Bhushan's compounder)
  • Praveen Paul as Mrs. Kamla Gupta
  • Keshav Rana as Govind
  • Sanjana as Rosie (Gopal's girlfriend)
  • M.B. Shetty as Birju (as Shetty)
  • Manmohan as Shambhu
  • Jeevan as Khushiram


Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Haal Kya Hai Dilon Ka" Kishore Kumar
2 "Tere Dil Mein Zara Si Jagah" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Sundari Ae Hae Sundari" Kishore Kumar
4 "Jawani Tera Bol Bala" Manna Dey, Asha Bhosle
5 "Gum Gai Gum Gai" Asha Bhosle
6 "Anokhi Ada" Title Music


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