Dev Anand's Debut Directorial: Did you know that Dev Anand not only acted but also directed films? His directorial debut was the 1971 movie "Hare Rama Hare Krishna," a critical and commercial success.

Chetan Anand's Sibling Duo: Dev Anand was not the only talented sibling in the family. His elder brother, Chetan Anand, was a renowned filmmaker who directed him in memorable movies like "Guide.

International Recognition: "Guide" (1965), one of Dev Anand's most iconic films, was selected as India's official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the Oscars.

Dev Anand's Evergreen Pair: Dev Anand shared the screen with the legendary actress Nutan in seven films, including classics like "Tere Ghar Ke Samne" and "Paying Guest.

Dev Anand as a Producer: He founded Navketan Films and produced several successful movies under his banner, ensuring his mark on the Indian film industry.

The 'Baazi' Breakthrough: Dev Anand's breakout role was in the 1951 film "Baazi," directed by Guru Dutt. This marked the beginning of his journey to stardom.

Multiple National Awards: Dev Anand received two National Film Awards for his exceptional acting in "Guide" and "Kala Pani.