On Dev Anand's 95th birth anniversary, a look at his iconic films, from Guide to Jewel Thief

FP Staff

Sep,26 2018 13:35 39 IST

1/9 The second film from Dev Anand's production, Baazi(1951) was directed by Guru Dutt and was a tribute to the 1940's Film Noir Hollywood with the morally ambiguous hero and shadow lighting. Image via Facebook

The second film from Dev Anand's production, Baazi(1951) was directed by Guru Dutt and was a tribute to the 1940's Film Noir Hollywood with the morally ambiguous hero and shadow lighting. Image via Facebook

2/9 Dev Anand's Kala Pani(1958), which he co-starred with legendary actress Madhubala, won him the Filmfare Best Actor Award. Image via Facebook

Dev Anand's Kala Pani(1958), which he co-starred with legendary actress Madhubala, won him the Filmfare Best Actor Award. Image via Facebook

3/9 Dev Ananad also starred in English films such as The Evil Within (1970), where he was paired opposite Vietnamese actress Kieu Chinh and Zeenat Aman. Image via Facebook

Dev Ananad also starred in English films such as The Evil Within (1970), where he was paired opposite Vietnamese actress Kieu Chinh and Zeenat Aman. Image via Facebook

4/9 Loosely based on the Bengali movie Uttarayan, Hum Dono (1961) saw Dev Anand essaying double roles. Image via Facebook

Loosely based on the Bengali movie Uttarayan, Hum Dono (1961) saw Dev Anand essaying double roles. Image via Facebook

5/9 Dev Anand's Jewel Thief is a 1967 Hindi spy thriller heist film, where is featured alongside , Vyjayantimala. Alfred Hitchcock's - To Catch a Thief, Vertigo and North by Northwest are set to have inspired the film. Image via Facebook

Dev Anand's Jewel Thief is a 1967 Hindi spy thriller heist film, where is featured alongside , Vyjayantimala. Alfred Hitchcock's - To Catch a Thief, Vertigo and North by Northwest are set to have inspired the film. Image via Facebook

6/9 Guide (1965), Dev Anand's first colour film was also first film to win all four of the major awards (Best Movie, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress) at the Filmfare Awards. Image via Facebook

Guide (1965), Dev Anand's first colour film was also first film to win all four of the major awards (Best Movie, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress) at the Filmfare Awards. Image via Facebook

7/9 Johny Mera Naam, Dev Anand's film with Hema Malini, became the highest grossing Bollywood film of 1970 and the 7th highest grossing Bollywood movie of the 1970s. Image via Facebook

Johny Mera Naam, Dev Anand's film with Hema Malini, became the highest grossing Bollywood film of 1970 and the 7th highest grossing Bollywood movie of the 1970s. Image via Facebook

8/9 Paying Guest (1957) was directed by Subodh Mukherjee, starring Dev Anand and Nutan. Image via Facebook

Paying Guest (1957) was directed by Subodh Mukherjee, starring Dev Anand and Nutan. Image via Facebook

9/9 Directed by Dev Anand himself, Hare Rama Hare Krishna starred the megastar and Zeenat Aman. Image via Facebook

Directed by Dev Anand himself, Hare Rama Hare Krishna starred the megastar and Zeenat Aman. Image via Facebook