International Crook (1974)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 21 mins

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Superintendent of Police, Rajesh, is asked to take charge of a police station in Goa, and manage it. Rajesh is aware that his friend, Shekar, also lives there, and he is anxious to see him. Upon arrival in Goa, Rajesh and Shekar are delighted to see each other. Shekar is in love with Seema, and Seema too loves him. However, Seema's mom, Lajwanti, does not approve of Shekar, and would like Seema to marry Rajesh. When Shekar comes to know about this, he steps away, so that Rajesh and Seema can marry each other. When Rajesh finds out about Shekar's sacrifice, he decides to let Seema marry Rajesh, and shortly thereafter the marriage takes place. While Shekar and Seema go off on their honeymoon, Rajesh commences his investigation into smuggling activities off the coast of Goa, and his investigations lead him to a suspect by the name of Tiger. Little does Rajesh know, that Tiger is none other an alias for Shekar, who will do anything to protect himself from Rajesh and the police.

Cast: Dharmendra, Feroz Khan, Saira Banu

Crew: Pachhi (Director), G Singh (Director of Photography), Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal (Music Director), Shankar Singh Raghuvanshi (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Action, Crime

Release Dates: 22 Jul 1974 (India)

Hindi Name: इंटरनेशनल क्रूक

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as Shekar
as SP Rajesh
as Seema
as D.D.T.
as Inspector Mario
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actress
as Havaldar Rao
as Dinanath
as Pinto
as Lajwanti






Screenplay Writer
Story Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


Sound Re-recording Mixer



Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer

Special Effects

Special Effects Coordinator
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Colour Info:
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.39:1 (Scope)
Filming Locations:
The film was rejected by the censor board. They suggested several cut and also objected to the story line. Director Pacchi eventually released the film after giving in to their demands.

Director Pachhi reused the song "Poocha Jo Pyar Kya Hain" in his later film Eenth Ka Jawab Patthar (1982).

One of the action scenes was shot in Alaska, USA.