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|Directed by||Brij Sadanah|
|Produced by||Brij Sadanah|
|Written by||Ramesh Pant (dialogues)|
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
|Screenplay by||Ramesh Pant|
|Story by||Salim Khan (Prince Salim)|
Do Bhai (English: Two Brothers; Hindi: दो भाई) is a 1969 Bollywood action drama film, produced and directed by Brij Sadanah, and written by Salim Khan (credited as Prince Salim). It stars Ashok Kumar, Mala Sinha, Jeetendra in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal. The film was remade in Tamil in 1971 as Justice Viswanathan and in Telugu in 1971 as Nenu Manishine.
The Bombay-based Varma family consists of two brothers, Ajay and Vijay. Their family have been lawmakers for generations, their grandfather was the District Magistrate, and their father was the Inspector General of Police. Now Ajay is a Judge while Vijay is the Superintendent of Police. Both live a fairly harmonious and honest lifestyle until Ajay hires a Secretary, Sandhya, who falls in love with Vijay. The brothers do not know that Sandhya has a hidden agenda that will pit both brothers against each other, and reveal one brother's hidden past.
- Ashok Kumar as Justice Ajay Verma
- Mala Sinha as Sandhya
- Jeetendra as S.P. Vijay Verma
- Sheikh Mukhtar as Jwala Singh
- Manmohan as Ramesh
- Jagdeep as Gullu
- Malika as Jhuniya
- Asit Sen
- C.S. Dubey
- Gautam Mukherjee
- Jayshree T.
- Lalita Kumari
- Chand Usmani as Ranjana
|1||"Is Duniya Mein O Duniyawalo – I"||Mohammed Rafi|
|2||"Is Duniya Mein O Duniyawalo – II"||Mohammed Rafi|
|3||"Main Sunaati Hoon"||Asha Bhosle|
|4||"Aa Hum Ahd-E-Wafa"||Mohammed Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur|
|5||"O Geet Nahin Ban Sakte"||Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle|
|6||"Jeena Hai Tera"||Mohammed Rafi|
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Salim had decided to cut down on his acting assignments in order to concentrate on writing and though money was hard to come by, he had not lost his flamboyance. In Do Bhai, he was credited as Prince Salim. During this period, he joined Abrar Alvi as a writing assistant.
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- "Do Bhai (1969)". gomolo.com.
- "Do Bhai (1969)". Nth Wall. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.
- "Hindi Film Songs – Do Bhai (1969)". MySwar.
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