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|Directed by||Samir Ganguly|
|Produced by||Subodh Mukherjee|
|Cinematography||N. V. Srinivas|
|Edited by||V. K. Naik|
Subodh Mukherji Productions
Professor Brij Mohan Agnihotri (I. S. Johar) is a confirmed bachelor, and he firmly refuses to get married. He has a student named Ramesh (Joy Mukherjee), who considers him his mentor. On a visit to his friend out of town, Brij meets his friend's beautiful daughter, Punam (Saira Banu), and falls in love with her. Throwing all caution to the winds, he changes his appearance, and attempts to conquer Punam, but he later finds that Punam is attracted to his student, Ramesh. Now the professor has to decide whether to get rid of Ramesh, or to reverse their roles and make him his mentor.
- Joy Mukerjee as Ramesh
- Saira Banu as Poonam
- I. S. Johar as Prof. Brij Mohan Agnihotri/Birju
- Nazir Hussain as Ramesh's Father
- Achala Sachdev as Ramesh's Mother
- Madan Puri as Madan Chicagowala
- Asit Sen as Narayan
- A. K. Hangal as Kedarnath Badri Narayan
- Shetty as Ruffian
- Mac Mohan as Ramesh's Friend at an Engagement party
- Shivraj as Annoyed Husband
- Bhola as Waiter
- Urvashi Dutta as Shefali
- O.P. Goyle as Goyle
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Sa Re Ga Ma|
- Song "Dil Wil Pyar Wyar" topped the Binaca Geetmala 1968 annual list.
|1.||"Bade Miya Diwane"||Mohammed Rafi, Manna Dey|
|2.||"Dil Wil Pyar Wyar"||Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar|
|3.||"Kanha Kanha Aan Padi"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|4.||"Woh Hain Zara Khafa Khafa"||Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar|
|5.||"Ruk Jaa Aye Hawa, Tham Jaa Aye Bahaar"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|6.||"Duniya Paagal Hai, Ya Phir Main Deewana"||Mohammad Rafi|
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