Gumnaam (1965) Raja Nawathe

Gumnaam (1965) 
aka The Unknown
Genre: Drama | Mystery | Thriller
Country: India | Director: Raja Nawathe
Language: Hindi | Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 151mn
Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 544x416 - 25fps - 1.46gb

After dancing together in a night club, seven young people (five men and two women) are told they have won the night's dance contest and are instructed to board a small plane that will take them to their prize holiday. Instead, they end up stranded on a small island with one of the plane's co-pilots. In search of shelter, the eight go to a mansion where they meet a sinister-looking butler who announces that he knows all them and has been expecting their arrival. After a few musical numbers, castaways begin dropping dead one by one. Who could the killer be, and will any of them escape his grasp? 

Basically an adaptation of Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians," this film is highlighted by one of the greatest, most euphoric rock 'n' roll dance sequences ever, which was featured in the opening credits of Terry Zwigoff's excellent "Ghost World."

Of course nothing can be taken seriously here, as the characters get murdered one by one, they still find the time to have a beach party and stage elaborate musical numbers. There are some terrific musical fantasy numbers, but of course the "Jan Pehechaan Ho" scene featured in "Ghost World" is by far the best.
 Gumnaam (1965)

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