Teesri Manzil | Vijay Anand | Film Companion Flashback

This month we are celebrating the films of Vijay Anand and I’m excited to share with you one of my favourites – Teesri Manzil.

Teesri Manzil was the first film that Vijay Anand directed from a script that he didn’t write himself. It was written by the iconic Nassir Hussain who also produced the film. Teesri Manzil begins with a car speeding down a curving road. We don’t know who is driving. Before the opening credits are over, we have a dead body, suspects and a terrific mystery. It’s hard to believe that Vijay Anand directed this film just one year after making the iconic Guide. The drama and searing emotion of that film are replaced here by thrills and suspense.

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