Diljalaa

Diljalaa is a 1987 Indian crime drama film, starring Jackie Shroff and Farah in lead roles. It was written by Vinay Shukla and directed by director Bapu. The music was composed by Bappi Lahiri.[1]

Diljalaa
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Directed byBapu
Produced byRomesh Sharma
Written byVinay Shukla
StarringJackie Shroff
Farah
Music byBappi Lahiri
Release date
  • 7 August 1987 (1987-08-07)
Running time
142 Minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

PlotEdit

Widowed, multi-millionaire Sharda (Tanuja) lives with his only son, Munna (Jackie Shroff). She is also the proprietor of a factory called "Sharda Chemicals". Munna is in love with Mamta (Farah), the only daughter of Gupta (Danny Denzongpa), who is the general manager of "Sharda Chemicals". Sharda arranges Munna's marriage with Mamta, who is currently pursuing studies at Lovedale College in Manori. On the day of the engagement, Mamta insults her father, Munna, and Sharda in the presence of a huge gathering. Thus the marriage plans get cancelled. Then several children get killed after receiving a poisonous vaccine manufactured and marketed by "Sharda Chemicals", prompting the police to arrest Sharda, who is convicted of the crime in court. Eventually, Munna is killed by Gupta, along with his friends, Mittal, Mehra, Radhe, and Shyam, who take over the family's assets, thus renaming the factory, "Friends Chemicals". Gupta then arranges to get Mamta married to wealthy, Mrs. Modi's son, Azaad. But before the marriage, Mamta gets pregnant by a male in disguise of Azaad, prompting Mrs. Modi to cancel the wedding plans, while on the other hand, Gupta began to face many challenges in business due to a man, who calls himself as inspector Koda. Relatively unknown to Gupta and his friends, Inspector Koda and the male, who disguises Azaad, is none other than Munna himself, who survives and is out to destroy them one after the other.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Song Singer
"Mere Munna, Mere Chanda" Lata Mangeshkar
"Mere Munna, Mere Chanda" Kishore Kumar
"Jaan Tan Se, Tan Jaan Se" Kishore Kumar
"Pyar Ki Jab Koi Baat Chali, Tum Yaad Aaye" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
"Jaan Tan Se, Tan Jaan Se" Asha Bhosle
"Khushiyan Ho Teri Humdum" Asha Bhosle

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IMDB Rating & Info of Diljalaa". IMDB. Retrieved 26 October 2013.

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