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ImageDo Anjaane [1976]

From nearby Bagdogra Airport to the Manjitaar Bridge to the Oberoi Mount Everest Hotel, Dulal Guha's film arguably is the most detailed description of Darjeeling on celluloid.

Do Anjaane, based on Dr Nihar Ranjan Gupta's story (published in a Bengali magazine and the screenplay of Nabendu Ghosh), is an account of a middle class couple from Kolkata, and the tumultuous chain of events in their lives.

It was Amitabh Bachchan's first film with Rekha, and focused on the intricacies of the husband-wife relationship and the underlying melancholy.

The couple's son, who serves as a catalyst in the eventual reunion, is a student in a boarding school in Darjeeling, and the place is therefore, used as a metaphor for hope in the film.

D Tour: Prem Chopra won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for this film.

The film starred Mithun Chakraborty in a fleeting appearance. Mithun, who used to stay as a paying guest in Dulal Guha's house, bagged this minuscule role after a lot of effort and was given a Mumbai-Calcutta air ticket as remuneration.