Kaala Samrajya

Kaala Samrajya is a 1999 Hindi language Indian film directed by Deepak Bahry, and starring Sunil Shetty, Monica Bedi and Amrish Puri.[1][2]

Kaala Samrajya
Directed byDeepak Bahry
Screenplay by
  • Sisir Misraa
  • Meeraq Mirza
Produced byBubby Kent
CinematographyDamodar Naidu
Edited byNasir Hakim Ansari
Music byAnand–Milind
Karishma Internationals
Distributed byB4U Entertainment
Release date
  • 12 March 1999 (1999-03-12) (India)
Running time
119 minutes


Mob boss Kaalkeshwar Singh (Amrish Puri) has an issue with a fellow mobster who wants to expand his own sphere of influence. During a confrontation, Albert (Deepak Shirke) attempts to shoot Kaalkeshwar, but due to the intervention of Arjun (Sunil Shetty), Albert is himself killed. Appreciative, Kaalkeshwar asks Arjun to spend some time on his estate out of town. He learns that Arjun's girlfriend, Maria (Mahru Sheikh), had had then killed herself out of shame after having been molested by Albert. Her death has been now avenged. Kaalkeshwar introduces Ajun to his subdued and submissive wife, Monica (Monica Bedi). Unknown to Ajun, Kaalkeshwar is extremely jealous, and had even killed a man for simply shaking her hand and complimenting her. His anger is unimaginable when he learned that his house guest Ajun and his wife Monica have begun an affair.



  1. "Aaj Peene De Sharabi" - Bela Sulakhe, Bali Brahmbhatt
  2. "Koi Hai Diwana Dil Me Kisi Ke Dil Me Hai Masti" - Arun Bakshi, Suneeta Rao
  3. "Aao Na Aag Se Bhuja Lo" (The Sexiest Song) - Jaspinder Narula
  4. "O My Love" - Parvez, Hema Sardesai
  5. "Parda Hata De" - Kavita Krishnamurthy
  6. "Tum Kaali Ho" - Abhijeet


  1. ^ Ojha, Rajendra (2002). Filmography, 1994-2000: A Complete Filmography of All Hindi Films Released Between 1994-2000. Screen World Publication. pp. 74, 75.
  2. ^ staff. "Kaala Samrajya (1999 - Hindi)". Gomolo. Retrieved 15 August 2014.

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