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Chaddian Di Doli is a film made in Bombay, Calcutta, India. It was released in 1966 and cast includes I. S. Johar as hero, Helen, Manmohan Krishan, Majnu, Manju, Naseem Bano (mother of Saira Bano). The film was written and directed by Lal Singh Kalsi and the Producers were Rangi and Sood. Dharmendra was signed for the lead role and paid advance money but he later returned the money and backed out saying he did not want to act in a Punjabi film at that time as his market would drop. More information...


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