Pataal Bhairavi

Pataal Bhairavi (transl. The goddess of the netherworld) is a 1985 Indian Hindi-language swashbuckling fantasy film, produced by G. Hanumantha Rao by Padmalaya Studios, presented by Krishna and directed by K. Bapaiah. It stars Jeetendra, Jaya Prada with music composed by Bappi Lahiri. The film is remake of the Telugu film Patala Bhairavi (1951), starring N.T.Rama Rao, Malathi, S.V.Ranga Rao.[1]

Pataal Bhairavi
पाताल भैरवी
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Directed byK. Bapaiah
Produced byG. Hanumantha Rao
Krishna (Presents)
Written byKader Khan (dialogues)
Indeevar (lyrics)
Story byP. Nagendra Rao
Based onPatala Bhairavi (1951)
StarringJeetendra
Jaya Prada
Music byBappi Lahiri
CinematographyV. S. R. Swamy
Edited byK. Gopal Rao
Production
company
Release date
  • 3 May 1985 (1985-05-03)
Running time
149 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

PlotEdit

Once upon a time, there was a kingdom, Ujjain, ruled by Maharaj Raja Vijay Singh (Pran), his only daughter Princess Indumati (Jayaprada) loves a dynamic guy Ramu (Jeetendra), who works as a gardener in the fort. Knowing it, Maharaj challenges Ramu to amass wealth equal to that of his to marry Indumati. Parallelly, a wizard, Mantrik Husair (Kader Khan) wants to achieve the power of Pataal Bhairavi which is in the form of the statuette and fulfills the wish of the person holding it. To acquire it, a dynamic person is required, Husair selects Ramu and traps him on an assurance that he will aid him in marrying the princess. Actually, his ploy is to sacrifice him before the Goddess to obtain the statuette. After making an adventurous journey, both of them reach there, when Ramu learns Husair's crooked plan, so, he clearly sacrifices him before Goddess and wins the statuette, consequently amassing the wealth. In return, Maharaj lives up to his promise and accepts for the alliance. Meanwhile, Husair's apprentice Sadajapa (Asrani) discovers his master death and brings him back to life. Upon resurrection, Husair steals the statuette and kidnaps Indumati. Ramu pledges to bring Indumati his wealth back and leaves in search of Husair. After crossing many hurdles, Ramu protects Indumati, recovers the statuette, and knocks out Husair. Finally, Ramu marries Indu and returns the statuette to the Goddess as it shouldn't be misused.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Song Singer
"Jhanak Jhanak Jhanak Lehar Naache, Jiya Naache" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
"Jhoom Jhoomke Naacho Tum, Gaao Geet Milan Ke" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
"Mehmaan Nazar Ki Ban Jaa Ek Raat Ke Liye" Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
"Ek Bechara Phans Gaya" K. J. Yesudas
"Pyar Ke Liye" (Part 1) K. J. Yesudas
"Pyar Ke Liye" (Part 2) K. J. Yesudas
"Chumma Chumma" Salma Agha
"Ek Dupatta, Do Do Mawaali" S. Janaki

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (1999). Encyclopaedia of Indian cinema. British Film Institute. Retrieved 1 January 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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