Adalat (1976 film)

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Adalat
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Directed by Narendra Bedi
Starring Amitabh Bachchan
Waheeda Rehman
Neetu Singh
Music by Kalyanji Anandji
Release date(s) 1976
Country India
Language Hindi

Adalat is a 1976 Bollywood action drama film directed by Narendra Bedi. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan in a double role, and he received a Filmfare nomination as Best Actor, the only one for the film.[1] Waheeda Rehman and Neetu Singh play his love interests. Pinchoo Kapoor, Sujit Kumar and Kader Khan are part of the supporting cast. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The film was huge hit at the box office.[2]

Film was later remade into the Telugu film Sivamettina Satyam(1980).[3]

Plot summary[edit]

Dharamchand, known as Dharma, an ameniable village farmer is thrilled when his wife, Radha, gives birth to a baby boy, who they decide to call Raju. Dharma heroically saves the lives of Ajit, Suresh, and Sujit, when they are being attacked by a tiger, and they graciously offer him a job in Bombay whenever he decides to visit. When the village experiences economic difficulty and drought, the family migrate to Bombay, where Ajit makes Dharma the manager of his warehouse in the city. Dharma is a success, until one day he is arrested by the police. His cries of innocence are ignored by the authorities and he is sentenced to 18 months in jail plus an additional six months for contempt of court. When he eventually returns home, everything has changed. His wife and Raju are near destitution; Laxmi has been raped by Sujit and has killed herself. Dharma decides to avenge her death and kills all three of them. He then joins forces with another gang, where he is rewarded for his loyalty and soon makes his way to the very top. He sends Raju for further education to Britain, and moves into a palatial home. Years later Raju returns home, and would like to marry Geeta Verma, whom he met in Britain but is unable to meet his father's approval and comes into conflict. Unknown to Dharma, Ajit is still alive and has returned and it is time to avenge the past by trying to murder Dharma at any price.

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Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Behna O Behna" Mukesh
2 "Tumse Door Rehke" Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Do Din Ki Jawani" Yesudas
4 "Humka Aisa Waisa Na Samjho" Mukesh, Amitabh Bachchan

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