Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971 film)  

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Hare Rama Hare Krishna is a 1971 Indian film directed by Dev Anand and starring him, Mumtaz and Zeenat Aman. The movie dealt with the decadence of hippie culture. It aimed to have an anti-drug message and depicts some problems associated with Westernization such as divorce. It is loosely based on the 1968 movie Psych-Out. The story for Hare Rama Hare Krishna came to Anand when he saw hippies and their values in Kathmandu. The film was a hit, and Asha Bhosle's song "Dum Maro Dum" was a huge hit.

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