Raaz

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  • 1967
  • 6.0  (160)

Raaz is a Bollywood thriller released in 1967 starring Rajesh Khanna, Babita Kapoor, and I.S. Johar. The film is directed by Ravindra Dave and produced by G.P. Sippy. It is known for its suspenseful plot and the popularity of its soundtrack, composed by Kalyanji Anandji, with lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri. The movie begins with a young man named Kumar (played by Rajesh Khanna) returning to his ancestral village after completing his studies. During his journey, he meets a shy and beautiful girl named Meena (played by Babita) and falls in love with her. They both arrive at the village at the same time, and Kumar seeks refuge at Meena's house. It turns out that Meena's uncle, Rai Sahab (played by I.S. Johar), is the village headman and a wealthy aristocrat. Kumar becomes close to him and soon finds out that Rai Sahab is keeping a dark secret. As the story unfolds, Kumar learns that Rai Sahab is haunted by his past and is being blackmailed by a sinister figure named Anand (played by Manmohan Krishna). Kumar also discovers that Meena's father was murdered, and Rai Sahab knows more than he is letting on. Kumar and Meena find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy and a dangerous game of cat and mouse. They must uncover the truth before it's too late. The film is known for its haunting musical score, which includes hits like "Akele Hain Chale Aao" and "Maine Dil Ka Hukam Sun Liya Tha." The songs have endured over the years and are still popular with audiences today. The movie is also noteworthy for its performances. Rajesh Khanna is at his charming best as Kumar, a young man determined to uncover the truth, while Babita shines in the role of Meena, a girl caught up in circumstances beyond her control. I.S. Johar is convincing as the conflicted Rai Sahab, and Manmohan Krishna delivers a memorable performance as the villainous Anand. The film is shot in beautiful locations, and the cinematography by V.P. Naidu captures the essence of the rural setting. The movie's pace is brisk, and the editing by Shivaji Awdhut keeps the audience engaged in the story without any dull moments. Raaz is a classic Bollywood thriller that has stood the test of time. It's a journey back to an era when movies were made with passion and creativity, and characters were fleshed out with depth and nuance. The film's ending is unexpected and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer. It's a must-watch for fans of Rajesh Khanna, Babita Kapoor, and the golden era of Bollywood.

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Raaz is a Bollywood thriller released in 1967 starring Rajesh Khanna, Babita Kapoor, and I.S. Johar. The film is directed by Ravindra Dave and produced by G.P. Sippy. It is known for its suspenseful plot and the popularity of its soundtrack, composed by Kalyanji Anandji, with lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri. The movie begins with a young man named Kumar (played by Rajesh Khanna) returning to his ancestral village after completing his studies. During his journey, he meets a shy and beautiful girl named Meena (played by Babita) and falls in love with her. They both arrive at the village at the same time, and Kumar seeks refuge at Meena's house. It turns out that Meena's uncle, Rai Sahab (played by I.S. Johar), is the village headman and a wealthy aristocrat. Kumar becomes close to him and soon finds out that Rai Sahab is keeping a dark secret.

As the story unfolds, Kumar learns that Rai Sahab is haunted by his past and is being blackmailed by a sinister figure named Anand (played by Manmohan Krishna). Kumar also discovers that Meena's father was murdered, and Rai Sahab knows more than he is letting on. Kumar and Meena find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy and a dangerous game of cat and mouse. They must uncover the truth before it's too late.

The film is known for its haunting musical score, which includes hits like "Akele Hain Chale Aao" and "Maine Dil Ka Hukam Sun Liya Tha." The songs have endured over the years and are still popular with audiences today. The movie is also noteworthy for its performances. Rajesh Khanna is at his charming best as Kumar, a young man determined to uncover the truth, while Babita shines in the role of Meena, a girl caught up in circumstances beyond her control. I.S. Johar is convincing as the conflicted Rai Sahab, and Manmohan Krishna delivers a memorable performance as the villainous Anand.

The film is shot in beautiful locations, and the cinematography by V.P. Naidu captures the essence of the rural setting. The movie's pace is brisk, and the editing by Shivaji Awdhut keeps the audience engaged in the story without any dull moments.

Raaz is a classic Bollywood thriller that has stood the test of time. It's a journey back to an era when movies were made with passion and creativity, and characters were fleshed out with depth and nuance. The film's ending is unexpected and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer. It's a must-watch for fans of Rajesh Khanna, Babita Kapoor, and the golden era of Bollywood.

Raaz is a 1967 mystery. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.0.

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  • Release Date
    1967
  • Language
    Hindi
  • IMDB Rating
    6.0  (160)