Deewaangee (1976)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 24 mins

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After the passing away of his widowed mother, Shekhar, lives a poor lifestyle, and runs a garage along with his much younger friend, Birju; dislikes women, and has stopped worshiping God. When Birju introduces him to Kanchan, a runaway, he refuses to have to do anything with her, but when he finds out that her uncle, Shivraj, has offered a reward for her return, decides to befriend her and both fall in love. Kanchan herself notifies her uncle, who arrives, but returns after permitting her to marry Shekhar. The two get married and soon birth to Baabla, and the trio live a fairly harmonious lifestyle. Their idyllic lifestyle is shattered when Shekhar is given a suitcase by his friend, Bill, who eventually ends up dead. Shekhar opens the suitcase, finds it contains stolen diamonds, and decides to keep them much to Kanchan's displeasure. Shekhar does not know that soon Baabla and then Kanchan will be abducted by two different gangs, headed by Munne Khan and George respectively, and that he will be betrayed by one of his friends, as well as his very own life will be in jeopardy.

Cast: Shashi Kapoor, Zeenat Aman

Crew: Samir Ganguly (Director), NV Srinivas (Director of Photography), Ravindra Jain (Music Director), Sachin Dev Burman (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Crime, Drama

Release Dates: 09 Jun 1976 (India)

Hindi Name: दीवानगी

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as Shekhar
as Kanchan
Supporting Actor
as Kitty
as Shivraj's wife
as George
as Ruby
as Munne Khan
Supporting Actor
as Stage actor
as Dharamdas - Kanchan's prospective groom
as Baabla
Supporting Actor
as Shekhar's friend




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Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


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Movie Connection(s):
Reference: Darr (Hindi)
Reference: Zamaanat (Hindi)