Which is the best movie of Dev Anand?
1 Guide (1965) Not Rated | 120 min | Drama, Musical, Romance 8. 2 Jewel Thief (1967) 186 min | Crime, Drama,… 3 Johny Mera Naam (1970) More
When did Dev Anand start his own film company?
Dev had forged a very strong bond of friendship with Kishore Kumar during the making of the film. In 1949, he launched his own company Navketan Films (named after his elder brother Chetan’s son Ketan and which means “New Banner”), which, as of 2011, has produced 35 films.
Who are the brothers and Sisters of Dev Anand?
His father Pishori Lal Anand was a well-to-do advocate in Gurdaspur District Court. Dev was the third of four sons born to Anand. One of Dev’s younger sisters is Sheel Kanta Kapur, who is the mother of film director Shekhar Kapur. His older brothers were Manmohan Anand (Advocate, Gurdaspur Dist.
Who are Babu and Malik in Dev Anand Movie?
Babu and Malik are two inseparable friends who live in a small town in India. One day they decide to play a prank and steal something. They get caught, while Malik’s dad come to bail out
When did Mona Anand and Dev Anand get married?
In 1954, Mona and Dev Anand got married secretly while on a break during the shooting of Taxi Driver. They became parents in 1956 when Suneil Anand was born. They also have a daughter named Devina. After Nau Do Gyarah, Kalpana quit films to become a home maker.
Who is the widow of the Late Dev Anand?
Kalpana Kartik (born Mona Singha; 19 September 1931) is a retired Hindi film actress. She starred in six films in the 1950s. She is the widow of the late Hindi film actor and film maker Dev Anand. Mona Singha was a beauty queen while studying at St. Bede’s College, Shimla.
How did Guru Dutt and Dev Anand become friends?
Dev Anand and Guru Dutt were friends when they struggled to get a break in films and had promised each other that Dev would give Guru Dutt a film to direct (which he did with Baazi) and Guru Dutt would cast Dev as a hero and direct him. As Guru Dutt did not direct C.I.D. he could fulfill only half his promise.