Dosti (1964)

Man’s life is incomplete without love and friendship. “Dosti” is the story of two teenage boys; orphan and lame, Ramu (Sushil Kumar) and blind young man, Mohan (Sudhir Kumar) drawn together by fate and friendship, which is both heart-warming and inspiring. With all the handicaps, trials and tribulations the bond of friendship keeps the faith and the trust of humanity alive. It had the great message of friendship and goodwill amongst people as never before shown on the Indian screen.

  • Director
    : Satyen Bose
  • Casting
    : Sushil Kumar, Sudhir Kumar
  • Producer
    :Tarachand Barjatya
  • Music
    : Laxmikant Pyarelal
  • Lyrics
    : Majrooh Sultanpuri


Sushil Kumar, Sudhir Kumar


Satyen Bose


Tarachand Barjatya


Laxmikant Pyarelal


Majrooh Sultanpuri


  • Filmfare Awards
    • Best Picture – Tarachand Barjatya
    • Best Story – Ban Bhatt
    • Best Music – Laxmikant Pyarelal
    • Best Lyrics – Majrooh Sultanpuri
    • Best Playback Singer Male – Mohammed Rafi
    • Best Dialogue – Govind Moonis
  • National Award
    • Best Hindi Film
  • Trivia
    • This non-star film competed with the likes of Raj Kapoor’s ‘Sangam’ and won the Filmfare Award for the Best Film of the year.
    • Bengal Film Journalists Assosiation Award for Best Hindi Film of the year.
    • Dosti was recognized for its great humanism and its progressive theme at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival and other international film festivals