Shooting of the film 'Tere Mere Sapne' in Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh

The shooting of the film in the Koylanchal area of Chhindwara district

Dev Anand-Mumtaz's film "Tere Mere Sapne" was shot in Koyalanchal in 1970

The set of Parasia station was built in Newton

History of film shooting in Chhindwara-

Know about the film Tere Mere Sapne and the shooting of the film - You will be surprised and happy to know that the movie Tere Mere Sapne released in 1971 was shot in Newton Chikhli, Chhindwara The main hero of this film was Devanand.
The film was directed by Vijay Anand. This place was very much liked by all the people in the film.
        About 50 years ago in 1970, the film "Tere Mere Sapne" was shot in the Koylanchal area of the district. This film starring evergreen actors Dev Anand and Mumtaz was a super hit. The scenes of the film were shot in various places in the district including Newton Chikhali, Khirsadoh, Bhimsen Ghati. The movie "Tere Mere Sapne" was released in 1971.

    The shooting of the film in the Chhindwara district has a history. The first shooting of the song Jeevan Ki Bagiya Mehkegi from Devanand's film Tere Mere Sapne was made in the year 1971 at Dongar Parasia in the district. In which Mumtaz was the heroine. After this, a few years ago, Prakash Jha, the producer of the film Chakravyuh, filmed some part of the film in the Matkuli forest of Tamiya.

The film unit came in October 1970 for the shooting of the film "Tere Mere Sapne" under the direction of director Vijay Anand. Here the film was shot at Newton Chikhali mine, hospital, primary school as well as at places like Bhimsen Valley, Khirsadoh College, etc. This place was very much liked by all the people in the film. At that time people used to gather to get a glimpse of Devanand and Mumtaz. The memories of the shooting of this film are still in the heart of the people of Chhindwara district. Devanand and Mumtaz were accommodated in the houses of the Chikhli township of Newton.

Some memorable scenes from the movie "Tere Mere Sapne" -  

The set of Parasia station was prepared in Newton for a scene from the movie "Tere Mere Sapne". Devanand played the role of a doctor and Mumtaz as a teacher in the film. It was shot at Newton Hospital and Chikhli Kala School. There is a scene of an accident in the mine in the film, it was filmed in the mine of Newton. The owner of this mine was Mr. Chanchani. The song "Maine Kasam Li" was shot in the valley between Newton Parasia. The song "Jaise Radha Ne Mala Japi" was also filmed on Mumtaz. A comic song on comedian Agha was also shot in Koyelaanchal itself. Apart from this, the song "Jeevan Ki Bagiya Mehkegi" was also shot in Newton Chikhali. The film also has a memorable scene from the fair which was shot at the grounds of Newton.

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In the last phase of the film shooting, Mumtaz Ji had promised the residents of Newton Chikhali village that seeing your love, I would come here once again among you, but she could not come, so what happened, even today in the hearts of the people here Mumtaz lives on.

Local artists also got the opportunity to act-

The residents of Koylanchal did not only get the opportunity to watch the shooting of the film, but the artists here also got the opportunity to act in this film. Artists from the region including Benny Srivas, Narayan Srivas, Narayan Sahu have also played roles in this film. Gaidi dance was performed by local artists in a song in the film. Gaidi dance is the folk dance here.

Brief information about Devanand-

Dharamdev Anand, popularly known as Dev Anand, was born on 26 September 1923 in Gurdaspur, now in Narowal district, Pakistan. His father's name was Pisori Lal Anand, a well-known lawyer of Gurdaspur. His mother's name was Shekhar Kapur. Dev Anand completed his schooling at 'Sacred Heart School', Dalhousie. He obtained a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the Government College Lahore. Dev Anand's brothers, Chetan Anand and Vijay Anand were also successful directors in Indian cinema. His sister Sheel Kanta Kapoor is the mother of famous film director Shekhar Kapur. Dev Anand achieved that height as a Bollywood actor, which is not possible for everyone to reach. He was a very successful artist, director, and film producer of Indian cinema. His father Kishorimal Anand was a lawyer by profession. The Indian government honored Dev Anand with the Padma Bhushan in 2001 and the Dadasaheb Phalke Awards in 2002 for his contribution to Indian cinema. Dev Anand died of a heart attack on 3 December 2011 at 10 pm in London.

Devanand starrer movie-

His first film name was 'Hum Ek Hain'. He did 'Jeet', 'Hindustan Hamara', 'Jal', 'Taxi Driver', 'Farar', 'Dushman', 'Amar Deep', 'Kala Bazaar', 'Hum dono', 'Tere Ghar Ke Samne', ' 'Pyaar Mohabbat', 'Duniya', 'Mahal', 'Tere Mere Sapne', 'Chhupa Rustom', 'Janeman', 'Gangster', 'Neeli', 'Sensor' 'Madhubala', 'Khel', 'Dulruba', 'Birha Ki Raat', 'Afsar' 'Tamasha' 'Patita' 'Badban' 'Milap' 'Insaniyat' 'C.I.D', 'Nau Do Gyarah', 'Barish', 'Kala Pani', 'Amar Deep' ', 'Solva Sal', 'Paying Guest', 'Manzil', 'Roop Ki Rani Choro Ka Raja', 'Baat Ek Raat Ki', 'Pyaar Mohabbat', 'Johnny Mera Naam', in many superhit films had acted.

Brief information about Mumtaz-

Mumtaz was born on July 31, 1947, in a middle-class Muslim family. She was born to Abdul Salim Askari, a dry fruits vendor, and Shadi Habib Agha. They got divorced just a year after his birth. Both his mother and aunt were junior artists. Her younger sister is actor Mallika who was married to wrestler and Indian actor Randhawa. He was the younger brother of wrestler and actor Dara Singh. Mumtaz settled in Britain after marrying a businessman of Gujarat origin named Mayur Wadhwani, a resident of London. Mumtaz started working in films at the young age of 12. Mumtaz also acted in about 16 action films, in which she was paired opposite Dara Singh. About 10 films of both also proved to be hit. Mumtaz had kept the dream of becoming a star from the junior artist in her mind, which she made come true with her hard work and dedication. Mumtaz became a star in the seventies. Rajesh Khanna affectionately called him Moti. Devanand used to affectionately call him Munji and many people used to call him by his nickname Mumu. Mumtaz has received the Filmfare Award and the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution to Hindi cinema.

Mumtaz starrer movies-

Actress Mumtaz's top movies names-
1962 - Main shadi karane chala
1962 - Daauktar vidya
1963 - Mujhe jine do
1965 - Bedag
1965 - Sikandar-e-Azam
1965 - Bahoo beti
1965 - Khanadan
1965 - Mere Sanam
1966 - Dadi man
1966 - Ladaka Ladaki
1966 - Pati Patni
1966 - Savan ki ghata
1966 - Ye rat phir na ayegi
1966 - Pyar kiye ja
1966 - Sooraj
1967 - Boond jo ban gayi moti
1967 - Ram Aur Shyam
1967 - Patthar Ke Sanam
1967 - Chandan ka palana
1967 - Hamaraz
1968 - Gauri
1968 - Mere hamadam mere dost
1968 - Brahmachari
1969 - Bndhan
1969 - Jigari dost
1969 - Do raste
1970 - Sachcha jhootha
1970 - Khilauna
1970 - Himmat
1970 - Bhaee bhaee
1970 - Man aur Mamata
1971 - Chahat
1971 - Ek nari ek brahmachari
1971 - Javan Mohabbat
1971 - Tere mere sapane
1971 - Dushman
1971 - Kathaputali
1971 - Hare Rama Hare kKishna
1972 - Tangevala
1972 - Apana desh
1972 - Roop tera mastana
1972 - Aparadh
1973 - Pyar ka Rishta
1973 - Bndhe hath
1973 - Lofar
1973 - Jhil ke us par
1974 - Aap ki Kasam
1974 - Chor machaye shor
1974 - Roti
1975 - Prem Kahani
1977 - Aaina
1990 - Aandhiya

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