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Lok Parlok (lit. The world and thereafter) is a 1979 Bollywood fantasy film, produced by S. Venkataratnam under the Sree Pallavi Productions banner and directed by Tatineni Rama Rao. It stars Jeetendra, Jaya Prada in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The film is remake of Telugu blockbuster movie Yamagola (1977), starring N.T.Rama Rao and Jayapradha in pivotal roles. Both the movies are made by same banner and director.[1]

Lok Parlok
Lok Parlok.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byTatineni Rama Rao
Produced byS. Venkataratnam
Written byCharandas Shokh (dialogues)
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
Screenplay byTatineni Rama Rao
Based onYamagola (1977)
Jaya Prada
Music byLaxmikant-Pyarelal
CinematographyS. Venkataratnam
Edited byAkkineni Sanjeeva Rao
Sree Pallavi Productions
Release date
  • 23 November 1979 (1979-11-23)
Running time
130 minutes



Amar lives a poor lifestyle along with his widowed mom in a village and has a sweetheart in Savitri. He is a trouble-maker and makes life difficult for the Panchayat Chair, Kalicharan, who also happens to be Savitri's father, so much so that Kalicharan hires Ram Shastri to kill Amar. After his passing, Amar enters Swarg Lok where he gets to meet with Devraj Indra and then Yamraj. Amar incites Yam Dhooths to go on a strike, as well as has Yamraj himself consider going on a vacation along with his assistant, Chitragupt Sharma. As a result, Yamraj and Chitragupt end up in modern-day Bombay as ordinary human beings, and people stop dying, while Amar himself is given back his life. But not for long, for soon he will be called upon to provide bail for a jailed Yamraj and Chitragupt, who will soon return to Swarg Lok and take him along too!!




# Title Singer(s) Duration
1 "Aise Nacho Aise Gao" Kishore Kumar 7:30
2 "Amma Ri Amma" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle 4:45
3 "Badal Kab Barsoge" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle 4:30
4 "Bedardi Piya" Asha Bhosle 5:30
5 "Ham Tum Jeet Gaye" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle 5:50
6 "Yeh Kahdo Yamraj Se" Kishore Kumar 4:10


  1. ^ Salam, Ziya Us (5 September 2014). "Lok Parlok (1979)". The Hindu. Retrieved 17 October 2018.

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