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Jagir is a 1984 Hindi-language Indian Dacoit Western film directed by Pramod Chakravorty, starring Dharmendra, Mithun Chakraborty, Zeenat Aman, Pran, Danny Denzongpa, Shoma Anand and Amrish Puri. It was the highest-grossing Indian film of 1984. This is the Hindi dubbed version of Bengali film Tin Murti.[1]

Jagir
Jagir poster.jpg
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Directed byPramod Chakravorty
Produced byPramod Chakravorty
StarringDharmendra
Mithun Chakraborty
Zeenat Aman
Pran
Danny Denzongpa
Amrish Puri
Shoma Anand
Music byR D Burman
Release date
  • 26 October 1984 (1984-10-26)
Running time
135 min.
LanguageHindi
Budget3 million
Box officeSoviet Union:
$28.01 million (₹353.23 million)

PlotEdit

Pramod Chakravorty's multi starrer Jagir is the story of three musketeers - Shankar, Sangha and Danny , who fight to help the needy and punish the greedy. Many years ago, Maharaj Shoor Veer Singh gets killed by a dacoit Lakhan , when he tries to stop him from robbing his royal locket, which concealed the map to the treasure of Anjangadh. Maharaj's loyal Mangal Singh helps the Maharaj's son escape the evil dacoit Lakhan. An accident causes the Maharaj's son to lose his memory. he gets raised in humble surroundings as Shankar, unaware of the precious locket he wore around his neck. Over the time, Lakhan becomes an industrialist and called himself Thakur Saheb. Despite his wealth, he continues to dream of attaining the treasures of Anjangadh that are guarded by the watchful eyes of Shamsher Bahadur - a falcon . Shankar - the true heir and Seema , Sangha and Asha along with Danny set out to protect the treasures of Anjangadh from falling into the hands of evil.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Shahron Mein Se" Kishore Kumar
2 "Chor Tera Naam Hai" Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Aaj Ki Raat" Asha Bhosle
4 "Hum Dilwale" Shailender Singh, Kishore Kumar, Shakti Thakur
5 "Sach Kahta Hai" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
6 "Sabko Salam Karte Hain" R D Burman, Asha Bhosle

Box officeEdit

In the Soviet Union, it was the top-grossing Indian film of 1986, with 38 million admissions at the Soviet box office.[2] This was equivalent to approximately 19 million Soviet rubles[3] ($28.01 million,[4] ₹353.23 million)[5] in 1986, or $64 million (₹4.102 billion) adjusted for inflation in 2017.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jagir (Teen Murti) (The Estate) (The Three Idols) (1984), retrieved 9 July 2019
  2. ^ Sergey Kudryavtsev (3 August 2008). "Зарубежные популярные фильмы в советском кинопрокате (Индия)".
  3. ^ Soviet Military Review. Krasnaya Zveda Publishing House. 1982. p. 7.
  4. ^ "Archive". Central Bank of Russia. 1972. Retrieved 29 December 2009.
  5. ^ "Official exchange rate (LCU per US$, period average)". World Bank. 1986. Retrieved 11 December 2018.

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