MUMBAI: Dev Anand's 1961 black and white film Hum
Dono will release in a digitally coloured version
in India in February next year.
Amarjeet directed film that saw the veteran in a double
role opposite Nanda and Sadhana half a decade ago will
first release overseas on 28 January and later hit Indian
screens in the first week of February.
I go, people talk to me about the film. It's nostalgic,
I am releasing the coloured version of the film in January
for all my fans,' the 87-year old Anand said in a statement.
coloured version of the film has been created by incorporating
state of the art advanced technology in the US and is
in anamorphic lens series CinemaScope with Dolby Digital
Ex surround sound.
by Dev Anand's Navketan Films, the film was written
by his younger brother Vijay Anand.
Dono was the last black and white offering from
Navketan Films. Guide', 'Prem Pujari', 'Tere Ghar
Ke Saame' and Hare Rama Hare Krishna that
followed were all colour films.