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Qila (Hindi: क़िला, Urdu: قلعہ, translation: Fort) is a 1998 Bollywood Hindi language film directed by Umesh Mehra and starring Dilip Kumar (playing a dual role), Rekha, Mukul Dev, Mamta Kulkarni, Smita Jaykar and Gulshan Grover. This film marked the final film appearance of veteran actor Dilip Kumar. The movie rights is now owned by Red Chillies Entertainment.

Qila
Qila (film).jpg
Directed by Umesh Mehra
Produced by Parvesh Mehra
Starring Dilip Kumar
Rekha
Mukul Dev
Mamta Kulkarni
Release date
  • 10 April 1998 (1998-04-10)
Country India
Language Hindi

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SynopsisEdit

A cruel and evil landowner Jaganath Singh (Dilip Kumar) is murdered and his twin brother Amarnath Singh (also Dilip Kumar) decides to investigate. He finds the list of suspects is endless. The prime suspects are Jaganath's son Amar (Mukul Dev), Jaganath's abused wife Suman (Smita Jaykar) and a woman named Yamini (Rekha) who claims she was raped by Jaganath. Eventually Jaganath's son Amar confesses to killing his father. He reveals that on the night of his father's death he accidentally shot him while trying to fight him off when Jagannath held Amar and his mother at gunpoint. Soon after the list of suspects grow after it is discovered that Jaganath's had many more enemies who could have killed him including landowner Mangal Singh (Gulshan Grover) and even Jaganath's own brother Amarnath who doesn't seem to have got on well with Jaganath himself in the past. Yamini(Rekha) killed Jaganath for his wrongdoings to her brother.

CastEdit

MusicEdit

All songs are composed by Anand Raj Anand with lyrics by Dev Kohli.

  1. "Laayi Hai Mehndi Wali Raat" - Preeti Uttam, Mohammed Aziz, Sadhana Sargam, Nayan Rathod
  2. "Prem Hai Radha Prem Hai Meera" - Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Sadhana Sargam
  3. "Wah Bhai Wah" - Udit Narayan, Poornima
  4. "Ankhiya Ye Ankhiya" - Asha Bhosle, Udit Narayan
  5. "Kurte Ki Bayyaan Ko" - Amit Kumar, Udit Narayan, Preeti Uttam
  6. "Tere Bin O Dilbar" - Alka Yagnik

Box officeEdit

The film was a flop at the box office.[citation needed]

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