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Total Votes: 29
Release Date 9 December, 1971
Starring, ,
Budget N/A
Box Office India ₹1.8 crores
Box Office Worldwide ₹3.6 crores
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This movie narrates the story of two siblings. The sister is separated from her brother in her childhood. She is taken away by some tribal people. Later, when her brother finds a clue that she might be in Kathmandu, he travels there in search of his sister. Will he be able to find her?

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Day-wise Box Office Collections

First Day₹0.04 crores
Saturday₹0.03 crores
Sunday₹0.03 crores
First Weekend₹0.11 crores
First Week₹0.19 crores
Lifetime India (net)₹1.8 crores
Worldwide Gross₹3.6 crores
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True Adj Domestic Net ₹255.6 (
) crores
True Adj Worldwide Gross ₹511.2 (
) crores

Movie Reception

Dev Anand's movie, Hare Rama Hare Krishna is one of the popular movies of Indian cinema. Right from its starting day at the box office, it remained strong and received a positive response from the audience. Due to its strong run in the theatres, the film managed to earn over near Rs. 2 crores in the domestic market at that time.

The music of the film also received a positive response and it received an appreciation all over the world. Hare Rama Hare Krishna's worldwide collection also showed an excellent total earning. If it were released in today's time then it would have earned over Rs. 150 crores in the domestic market and collected over Rs. 300 crores all over the world.

Full Cast & Characters

Zeenat AmanJasbir Jaiswal / Janice
Dev AnandPrashant Jaiswal
Prem ChopraDronacharya
Achala SachdevMrs. Jaiswal
Gautam SarinDeepak
Mumtaz BegumShanti's Mother
Kishore SahuMr. Jaiswal

Fun Facts & Triva

  • The film has presented Nepalese culture on a broad level and a lot of scenes of the movie is shot in Nepal.
  • Dum Maaro Dum song of the movie turned out to be a great hit and it is even popular today.
  • Dev Anand himself directed as well as acted in the movie and it turned out to be one of the greatest hits of all time.
  • This film was inspired from the Hollywood movie, Psych Out.
  • Dum Maaro Dum song was used by many musicians to create music for their songs.
  • Dev Anand's children were also asked to play roles in the movie, but they didn't feel confident enough to act on the big screen.

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