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Dekha Pyar Tumhara is a 1985 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Virendra Sharma, starring Kamal Haasan and Rati Agnihotri in leading roles. In 1996, the film was dubbed in Telugu and released with the title "Allari Mogudu Anumanam Pellam".

Dekha Pyar Tumhara
Promotional poster
Directed byVirendra Sharma
Produced byPratap Singh
Siddartha P. Malhotra
Written byRanbir Pushp
Mohan Kaul
StarringKamal Haasan
Rati Agnihotri
Music byLaxmikant-Pyarelal
CinematographyBarun Mukherjee
Edited byWaman B. Bhosle
Gurudutt Shirali
Release date
20 December 1985



Anu, the beautiful daughter of a wealthy man loves Vishal and later marries him, but she is disappointed to experience that he is not a loving husband. Her friend Seema asks her to train her husband as a dog gets trained by his master. Anu reads the book and trains Vishal, ultimately making Vishal an hen-pecked husband. All goes very well as per Anu's plan for some time before Vishal finds same book and the trouble starts again, making Anu's life miserable, but they eventually make up their differences and live peacefully making each other happy.[1]



In Bollywood, Kamal Haasan and Rati Agnihotri had done two films together; While Ek Duuje Ke Liye became a blockbuster, Dekha Pyar Tumhara became a flop. Kamal had 3 Hindi releases in 1985, Saagar, Geraftaar and Dekha Pyar Tumhara. After Dekha Pyar Tumhara, Kamal left Bollywood for personal reasons and resurfaced with Chachi 420 (1997) and Mumbai Xpress (2005), even though he had successful Hindi dubbed releases like Pushpak (dubbed from Kannada) in 1988, Appu Raja (dubbed from Tamil), Mayor Sahab (dubbed from Telugu) in 1990, Hindustani (dubbed from Tamil) in 1996 and Nayakan (released in 1987) in 1999 which was originally made in Tamil language.


Track# Title Singer(s)
1 "Umr Tere Naam Naam Kar Di" (I) Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar
2 "Chahe Duniya Chhoote" Asha Bhosle
3 "Ek Ham Hai Jo Dinbhar Intezar" Asha Bhosle, S. P. Balasubramaniam
4 "Jag Ne Sau Sau Julam Kiye" Anup Jalota
5 "Naa Baba Naa Baba" Kamal Haasan
6 "Naa Baba Naa Baba" (II) S. P. Balasubramaniam
7 "Umr Tere Naam Naam Kar Di" (II) Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar


  1. "Haay Re Haay Masoom Ishare" - Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
  2. "Chale Aana Sanam Uthaye Kadam" - Asha Bhosle


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