Dev Anand’s 1961 Classic ‘Hum Dono’ In Color

Hum Dono

Dev Anand’s 1961 classic ‘Hum Dono’ in color: Dev Anand, one of my favorite stars is always known for his liveliness. He is really amazing personalities who always live with full spirit and energy. Even in this age, he has spirit to do something and to salute or regard his spirit, one of his classic hit movies ‘Hum Dono’ will soon be released in digital colored version. It is estimated that the movie will be released in the first week of the February 2011. Dev Anand played double role in the movie opposite to Nanda and Sadhna around 50 years ago. It will hit the public in the first week of the Feb. month. Dev Anand, at the age of 87 released one of his movies in colored version said everyone is talking to me about the movie. It’s nostalgic. The movie was produced by Navketan films and was written by Vijay Anand, the younger brother of Dev Anand. The movie was directed by Amarjeet.

Hum Dono

62 years of Navketan films: Dev Anand said that it is the 62nd year of the Navketan films and I have received lots of love from my beloved fans. They still remembered Hum Dono and want me to release it in color version and crazy about the movie. Dev Anand has recently also wielded the megaphone for his next ‘Chargesheet’. navketan films has produced many super hit movies like ‘Baazi’, ‘Guide’, ‘Prem Pujari’, ‘Tere Ghar Ke Saame’ and ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ etc. The colored version of the movie has been created by the advanced technology in the US and is in anamorphic lens series CinemaScope with Dolby Digital Ex surround sound.

Hum Dono

Dev Anand: Dharam Dev Ānand was born on 26th September in the year 1923 and is better known as Dev Anand. He is one of the popular Bollywood actor, director and film producer. Dev Anand is belongs to filmy background. His elder brother Chetan Anand was a famous film director, and younger brother was also director. He was also honored with Padma Bhushan by Indian government in the year 2001. In the year 2002, he was honored by Dadasaheb Phalke Award for his contributions in Indian cinema. Dev Anand was born in Shakargarh Tehsil of Gurdaspur district which is now in Narowal District, Pakistan.

National honors and recognitions

Star Screen Lifetime Achievement Award in the year 1996.

“Mumbai Academy of Moving Images Award” for his Outstanding Services to the Indian Film Industry in the year 1997.

“Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Ujala Anandlok Film Awards Committee in Calcutta in the year 1998.

Sansui “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his ‘Immense Contribution to Indian Cinema’ in New Delhi in the year 1999.

Film Goers’ “Mega Movie Maestro of the Millennium” Award in Mumbai in the year 2000.

Padma Bhushan Award (India’s third highest civilian award from the Government of India) in the year 2001.

“Special Screen Award” for his contribution to Indian cinema in the year 2001.

“Evergreen Star of the Millennium” Award at the Zee Gold Bollywood Awards in the year 2001.

Dadasaheb Phalke Award, India’s highest award for cinematic excellence in the year 2002.

Lifetime Achievement Award” for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Indian Cinema’ at IIFA Award [9] in Johannesburg, South Africa in the year 2003.

“Legend of Indian Cinema” Award at Atlantic City (United States) in the year 2004.

“Living Legend Award” by the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in recognition of his contribution to the Indian entertainment industry in the year 2004.

“Sony Golden Glory Award” in the year 2005.

“ANR Award” by the Akkineni International Foundation in the year 2006.

“Glory of India Award” by IIAF, London in the year 2006.

“Punjab Ratan” (Jewel of Punjab) Award by the World Punjabi Organisation (European Division) for his outstanding contribution in the field of art and entertainment in the year 2007.

“Lifetime Achievement Award” by Ramya Cultural Academy in association with Vinmusiclub in the year 2008.

“Lifetime Achievement Award” by Rotary Club of Bombay in the year 2008.

Awarded at the IIJS Solitaire Awards in the year 2008.

Outstanding contribution to Indian cinema at the Max Stardust Awards in the year 2009.

“Phalke Ratna Award” by Dadasaheb Phalke Academy in the year 2010.

He is also a recipient of the Rashtriya Gaurav Award


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