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Shaan ("Pride") is a 1980 Indian Hindi-language action-thriller film. The film was directed by Ramesh Sippy after the super success of his previous venture, Sholay. The story was written by Salim-Javed.

The film was expected to match the success of Sholay but failed to do so. The film however, ran to packed houses in its re-runs and made a lot of money. Eventually, it was declared to be the highest grosser of 1980 by IBOS. It did obtain the services of Sholay's music composer, R.D. Burman, whose songs bagged a Best Music nomination at Filmfare, this being its sole nomination.




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