Jaal (1967 film)

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Jaal
Jaal 1967.jpg
Poster
Directed by Moni Bhattacharjee
Produced by A.R. Khan
Written by Moni Bhattacharjee (Script)
Dhruva Bhattacharya (Script)
Ehsan Rizvi (Dialogue)
Starring Biswajeet
Mala Sinha
Music by Laxmikant Pyarelal
Cinematography Apurba Bhattacharjee
Edited by Das Dhaimade
Distributed by Kapurchand & Co. (Theatrical)
Release dates
  • 1967 (1967)
Running time
156 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Jaal is a 1967 Hindi suspense-thriller film directed by Moni Bhattacharjee.[1] The film features Biswajeet and Mala Sinha in lead roles.

Plot[edit]

Inspector Shankar (Biswajeet) is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of Sunder Singh (Sujit Kumar), whose ship wrecks on a stormy night. Sunder was off to marry Sheila (Mala Sinha), the daughter of his mother's (Nirupa Roy) childhood friend who had long died. Sheila was raised by her father, who dies of a heart attack when he comes to know of Sunder's death. Sunder's mother decides to take Sheila to live with her. In denial of her son's death, Sunder's mother keeps doing various acts in madness. She keeps serving food for Sunder, talks with his photos, and keeps feeling that her son has returned. Meanwhile Shankar and Sheila fall in love. But in her madness Sunder's mother starts preparations of Sunder's wedding with Sheila. Sunder's face-burnt body is found and the mystery continues whether his death was an accident or a murder.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The music of the film is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Meri Zindagi Ke Chirag Ko"   Raja Mehdi Ali Khan Lata Mangeshkar  
2. "Dhadka Hai Dil Mein Pyar"   Anand Bakshi Lata Mangeshkar  
3. "Mizaaj-e-Girami"   Anand Bakshi Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi  
4. "Akela Hoon Main"   Anand Bakshi Mohammad Rafi  
5. "Rokna Hai Agar"   Raja Mehdi Ali Khan Lata Mangeshkar  
6. "Dil De De"        

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peter Cowie, Derek Elley (1977). World Filmography: 1967. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. p. 265. ISBN 0-498-01565-3. 

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