Ittefaq (1969)

 ●  Hindi ● 1 hr 50 mins

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Dilip Roy is a painter by profession and makes his living selling his paintings. He gets married to beautiful Sushma, who would like him to spend more with her than on paintings. When they get invited to their anniversary party, Sushma is all set, but Dilip must complete his painting, Sushma is displeased and snatches his paint brushes from his, an argument ensues, and Dilip grabs Sushma by the neck and chokes her to death. Sushma's sister, who witnesses this, calls the police, who arrive and arrest Dilip for murder. Dilip is produced before the courts, where he is sent for psychiatric evaluation to the care of Dr. Trivedi. However, Dilip escapes from this institute and breaks into a house with a lone married woman, Rekha, in it. Dilip decides to hole up here for sometime. Meanwhile the police have been informed, believing him a danger to others, they have launched a manhunt. Dilip decides to remain in Rekha's house for sometime until the police leave the area. What Dilip does not know that the police are already aware of his presence, and there is a dead body of the woman's husband in this very house.
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Cast: Nanda Vinayak, Rajesh Khanna

Crew: Yash Chopra (Director), Raju Kaygee (Director of Photography), Salil Choudhury (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Release Dates: 04 Oct 1969 (India)

Hindi Name: इत्तेफ़ाक़

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as Rekha
as Dilip Roy
as Renu
as Public Prosecutor Khanna
as Inspector Diwan




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Film Type:
Feature Film
Colour Info:
Black & White
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
With a running time of 105 mins, this movie did not have any interval at all.

It is one of Rajesh Khanna’s successes before he became a superstar with the movie "Aradhana" (1969). Apparently, he appeared unshaven in Raj Khosla’s 'Do Raaste' (1969) because he had to be unshaven for "Ittefaq" and was shooting the two films simultaneously.

This is one of the few Hindi movies which do not have any songs at all.