Song- Deewane Hain Deewanon Ko Na Ghar Chahiye
Singer- Mohammad Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
Actor- Jaya Bhaduri, Amitabh Bachchan, Om Prakash, Pran, Ajit, Iftekhar, Bindu, Randhir, Keshto Mukherjee, Gulshan, Yunus Parvez, Ram Mohan, Sanjana, Purnima, B.B.Bhalla
Writer- Gulshan Bawra
Dialogue- Javed Akhtar
Director- Prakash Mehra
Producer- Prakash Mehra Production
Music- Kalyanji Anandji
Cinematography- N. Satyen
Editor- R. Mahadik
Releasing Date- 11 May
Studios- Asha Studios, Chandivali Studio, Filmistan Studios, R.K. Studios, Swati Studios
Label- Prakash Mehra Productions, Baba Digital Media, Digital Entertainment, Eros Entertainment
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The energetic and upbeat song “Deewane Hain Deewanon Ko Na Ghar Chahiye” can be heard in the 1973 action-packed film Zanjeer. Amitabh Bachchan, a renowned Bollywood actor, got his start in the Prakash Mehra-directed movie. The song perfectly reflects the spirit of liberation and carefree living that appealed to the youth of the day.
The song is given life by Mohammed Rafi’s mesmerizing vocals on the playback track. The rebellious intensity and spirit of the song’s lyrics are brilliantly captured by Rafi’s versatile voice, making it an anthem for the youth of the day.
The song’s lyrics were written by the talented author Gulshan Bawra, and they are poetic masterpieces. The phrase “Deewane Hain Deewanon Ko Na Ghar Chahiye, Sathiyo!” expresses the yearning for a life free of obligations and restrictions and reflects the movie’s central theme of rebelling against social conventions.
The energetic duo Kalyanji-Anandji composed the song’s bouncy and vivacious tune. The song creates a catchy beat that is never forgotten by fusing contemporary elements with ancient Indian music.
Amitabh Bachchan is featured in the song, invoking his captivating persona. Suresh Bhatt’s choreography accentuates Amitabh Bachchan’s captivating screen presence and conveys the spirit of adolescent rebellion.In its entirety, Zanjeer transformed Indian film and solidified Amitabh Bachchan’s reputation as the “Angry Young Man.” Generations of actors and filmmakers continue to be inspired by the film and its enduring tunes.