Angoor is a 1982 Bollywood Hindi comedy film. It is based on Shakespeares play The Comedy of Errors.
*Sanjeev Kumar .... as Ashok R. Tilak [Double Role]
*Deven Verma .... Bahadur [Double Role]
*Moushmi Chatterjee .... Sudha Ashok Wife
*Deepti Naval .... Tanu Sudhas Sister
*Aruna Irani .... Prema Bahadurs wife
*Yunus Parvez .... Mansoor Miyan Chedilals Worker
*C.S.Dubey .... Chedilal Jeweller
*T.P.Jain .... Ganeshilal Diamond Merchant
*Padma Chavan .... Alka Ashoks Friend
*Ram Mohan .... Taxi Driver
*Shammi .... Ashoks Mother
*Utpal Dutt .... Raj Tilak Ashoks Father
*Col. Trilok Kapoor .... Inspector Sinha
The film is about two pairs of identical twins separated at birth and how the circumstances go haywire when they meet in adulthood.
Raj Tilak and his wife are on a trip with their twin sons whom they call Ashok. Since they look the same they should be called the same is Mr Tilaks reasoning. As fate would have it, they adopt another set of twins whom they call Bahadur. An unfortunate accident then divides the family leaving each parent with one child each.
A few years later Ashok [Sanjeev Kumar] is married to Sudha [Moushmi Chatterjee] and Bahadur [Deven Verma] is married to Prema [Aruna Irani]. They and Sudhas sister Tanu [Deepti Naval] all stay together. Into their lives enter the other Ashok, a detective novel aficionado, and Bahadur, a bhang lover. Now there are two Ashoks and Bahadurs in the same city which is more than their family, the Jeweler, the Taxi Driver, the Inspector and they themselves can handle.
Source : Angoor Wiki Page