Do Chor

Do Chor, India, 12 May 1972

A series of mystery burglaries are taking place in the homes of four wealthy men. The burglar takes a single piece of jewelry from each of the men, but not touching the cash and other jewelry, and leaving the calling card of a swastika. The police suspect Tony (Dharmendra), generally known in the community as a thief, but he claims innocence. He tries to find out who the real burglar is and catches Sandhya (Tanuja) stealing from one of the wealthy men. She tells him that she is taking back what is really her inheritance, as these items belong to her mother (played by Tanuja's real-life mother Shobhana Samarth), since these four men swindled her mother after her father's death. Her mother is now in a mental institution. Tony and Sandhya fall in love. He helps her recover all of her items and put the wealthy men behind bars. Sandhya's mother is well again. Tony and Sandhya promise to start a life together after they finish their respective short jail stints.

  • Genre: Action
  • Director: Padmanabh


Do Chor (Hindi: दो चोर, Urdu: دو چور, translation: two thieves) is a 1972 Hindi/Urdu film produced by Raj Khosla and directed by Padmanabh. It stars Dharmendra, Tanuja, Shobhana Samarth, K.N. Singh and Jalal Agha. The music is by R.D. Burman and the lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The film was well directed and it did good business at the box office.