Director: Dev Anand; Writer: Dev Anand; Producer: Dev Anand; Cinematographer: Fali Mistry; Editor: Babu Sheikh; Cast: Zeenat Aman, Dev Anand, Mumtaz, Baby Guddi, Satyajeet, Prem Chopra, Rajendra Nath, Mehmood Jr., Sudhir, Kishore Sahu, Achala Sachdev, Mumtaz Begum, Iftikhar, Kunki Anand, Raj Kishore, Gautam Sarin, Indrani Mukherjee, Prakash Thapa, Shyam, Yashodra Katju, Toofan, Thapa, Gurda, Master Shahid, Meena T., Baby Deepali, Prashant, Inder, Narayan, Shah, Timil, Sinha
Duration: 02:22:11; Aspect Ratio: 1.357:1; Hue: 29.185; Saturation: 0.236; Lightness: 0.225; Volume: 0.290; Cuts per Minute: 11.281; Words per Minute: 69.702
Summary: Set among Hare Krishna cultists, presented as dope-smoking hippies fronting for drug smugglers, Anand’s call for a return to nationalist Indian values was dominated by Zeenat Aman in her first starring role. She is the hero's sister, parted from him by an unhappy family life and now in the clutches of long-haired freaks in Nepal. His attempt to rescue her involves encounters with pop ideologies of liberation, crooks and rapists before the final reconciliation. Mumtaz, a sexy local belle, provides the hero's love interest but she is overshadowed by Aman. The smash hit Dum Maro Dum, sung by Asha Bhosle and blues singer Usha Iyer, remains the film's main claim to fame.