Jalwa is a 1987 Indian Hindi-language action film directed by Pankaj Parashar and produced by Gul Anand. The film stars Naseeruddin Shah and Archana Puran Singh in the title roles. The film is set in Goa, where it was mostly shot. The film was remade in Telugu as Trinetrudu, with Chiranjeevi.
|Directed by||Pankaj Parashar|
|Produced by||Gul Anand|
|Written by||Kamlesh Pandey|
Archana Puran Singh
Kapil's (Naseeruddin Shah) younger brother, Buntu, dies as a result of a drug overdose. Kapil vows to put an end to drugs and drug-dealers, by joining the police. He soon attains the title of C.I.D. Inspector. He lives in Bombay with his mom (Kamini Kaushal).
One day, his friend from Goa, Albert Pinto (Pankaj Kapoor) is killed in front of him. He vows to avenge his death, but the local police will not permit him to do so. They assign this incident to another inspector. Frustrated, Kapil travels to Goa. Once there, he finds out that he has no powers as a policeman, and the Goa police regard him as a nuisance. He attempts to uncover Albert's death, with the help of Jojo (Archana Puran Singh), but instead gets into brawls, is arrested, and is escorted by the local police, back to Bombay.
Kapil escapes from police custody, and soon he is on the run, not only from the police, but local goons also, who will not hesitate to kill him.
- Naseeruddin Shah: Inspector Kapil
- Archana Puran Singh: Jyothi/Jojo
- Pankaj Kapur: Albert Pinto
- Tejeshwar Singh: DD
- Dalip Tahil: Champ (DD's Henchman)
- Rohini Hattangadi: Sribaby
- Saeed Jaffrey: Yakub Saeed
- Johny Lever: Muthu (the masseur)
- Amitabh Bachchan: special appearance
- Remo Fernandes: as himself
- Farah Khan: a dancer in the "Feeling Hot Hot" song
- Cyrus Broacha: Jyothi's younger brother
- A K Hangal: Jyothi's dad
- Akash Khurana: Inspector Hosi Wadia
- Satish Kaushik: Inspector Ramu Ghadiali
- Javed Khan: Taxi driver
|1||"Feeling Hot Hot Hot"||Sharon Prabhakar,Chorus|
|2||"Let's Do It"||Alisha Chinai,Chorus|
|3||"Didi Mere Karde Kshama"||Alka Yagnik|
|4||"Iss Jadu Ke Dande Main"||Remo, Alka Yagnik & Chorus|
|5||"Pack That Smack"||Remo|
|6||"Teda Meda Main"||Remo|
|7||"Dekho Dekho Yeh Hai Jalwa"||Remo|
- "Jalwa cast and crew". Bollywood Hungama.
- Mário Cabral e Sá (2006). Location Goa. Department of Information and Publicity, Government of Goa. p. 96.
- "Jalwa music". Retrieved 21 February 2011.