Karachi Haleem is inspired by the street food vendors of Karachi. Our haleem combines wheat, barley and chicken and slow cooked for 8 hour in a blend of spices. The five letter Urdu word Dhuwan forms an acronym of the names of the five friends in this order: Dawood, Hameed, Uzma (The girl engaged to Dawood), Wajid, Azhar, Naveed. Ashir Azeem served in Civil Service of Pakistan as AC Customs.

(Redirected from Dhuaan)
Directed byDulal Guha
Produced byGautham Guha
Written byShafiq Ansari (dialogues)
Majrooh Sultanpuri(lyrics)
Screenplay byDulal Guha
StarringMithun Chakraborty
Amjad Khan
Jeetendra (Gesture)
Music byR. D. Burman
CinematographyM. Rajaram
Edited byBimal Roy
Distributed byTrimurti Films Pvt Ltd
Release date
Running time
153 mins
BudgetRs 1.5 Crores

Dhuan (transl.Smoke) is a 1981Hindi-language thriller film, produced by Gautham Guha under the Sri Sai Chitra banner and directed by Dulal Guha. It stars Mithun Chakraborty, Ranjeeta, Raakhee, Amjad Khan while Jeetendra has given a gesture appearance[2] and music composed by R. D. Burman. 3:19 utc to pst. It is a remake of the English-language film Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958) and remade in Telugu as Mayadari Maridi (1985).[3]The same plot was later used in the 1989 movie Khoj starring Rishi Kapoor and Kimi Katkar.


Dhuwan Drama Episode 1

Sunil Verma is asked by his boss to impersonate dead Ashok Saxena and steal secret national documents, jewels and gold statues from Devigarh estate. Ashok Saxena, a race car driver, is the younger brother of Rani Gayatri Saxena's dead husband, who was the high commissioner in Manila. In Devigarh, only Gayatri knows Ashok on sight. Sunil has been briefed well by his boss. Ashok's picture with Gayatri has been replaced by Sunil's. She is unable to prove that Sunil is a fake and asks Sheela (Ashok's ex-fiancée) to come as she too knows Ashok by face. Sheela and her father are stopped on their way to Devigarh by Sunil's boss with his subordinates. She is asked to travel alone with Sunil's colleague as driver and identify Sunil as Ashok, else her father would be in trouble. Sheela obliges and the driver stays back in Devigarh. Sunil matches Ashok's racing skills. Gayatri is frustrated.


  • Raakhee as Rani Gayatri Saxena
  • Mithun Chakraborty as Sunil Verma
  • Ranjeeta as Sheela
  • Amjad Khan as I.G. Dinesh Dikshit
  • Aruna Irani as Pushpa
  • Padma Khanna as Sundari
  • Lakshmi as Laxmi
  • Jeetendra as Ashok Saxena (Guest Appearance)
  • Abhi Bhattacharya as Sheela's Father
  • Goga Kapoor as Police Commissioner
  • Sudhir Pandey as Inspector Pandey at Devigarh Police Station
  • Asit Sen as Hari Singh Hawaldaar at Devigarh Police Station

Dhuwan Drama Last Episode


'Tera Aasra Hai'Lata Mangeshkar
'Yeh Hai Mauka'Asha Bhosle
'Phir Aankh Phadki'Asha Bhosle
'Hum Bhi To Hain'Amit Kumar


  1. ^'Dhuan (Overview)'. IMDb.
  2. ^'Dhuan (LP Vinyl)'. Ebay.com.
  3. ^http://businessofcinema.com/bollywood-news/reema-kagtis-aamir-khan-starrer-to-be-titled-dhuaan/34046

External links[edit]

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Dhuwan Drama Cast

  • Dhuan at IMDb


Dhuwani Sewa

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