Kaalia

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For the 1997 film directed by T L V Prasad, see Kaalia (1997 film).
Kaalia
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Directed by Tinnu Anand
Produced by Iqbal Singh
Written by Inder Raj Anand
Tinnu Anand
Santosh Sah
Shahjahan
Taher
Starring Amitabh Bachchan
Asha Parekh
Parveen Babi
Kader Khan
Amjad Khan
Pran
Ram Sethi
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Cinematography Pravin Bhatt
Edited by A. Habib
Distributed by Bobby Enterprises
Polydor
Release dates 1981
Country India
Language Hindi

Kaalia is a 1981 Bollywood action film, written and directed by Tinnu Anand, the film was produced by Iqbal Singh. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan (in the title role), Parveen Babi, Asha Parekh, Kader Khan, Pran, Amjad Khan, K.N. Singh and Jagdeep. The music is by R.D. Burman. The film was a Golden Jubilee hit.[1]

Plot[edit]

Kaalia (Amitabh Bachchan) lives with his older brother (Kadar Khan), sister-in-law (Asha Parekh), and their little daughter. He spends his time idly playing with the neighbour's kids. His older brother gets into accident at work at the mill and loses his arms. He loses his job and needs money for treatment. Kaalia begs his brother's boss (Amjad Khan), but he refuses. Kaalia breaks into the boss' safe to get the money but it's too late as the brother dies. The boss throws Kaalia in jail for nine months. This is where he meets the men that teach him crime (kallu se kalia ka safar shuro hota hai). After his release, Kaalia is a different, stronger man. He and his accomplices steal the gold that the boss had been smuggling at the mill. Then he burns down the mill as retribution for his brother's death. He goes to jail again, this time for 2 years. His accomplices lie to his sister-in-law by telling her that he is in America earning a lot of money for her and her daughter. They move from poverty into riches. In jail, Kaalia meets the warden (Pran), a smart, ethical, strong man, whose daughter was kidnapped by one of the prisoners when she was little. After Kaalia is released from prison, he is bent on seeking vengeance and eventually pairs up with a woman (Parveen Babi). The boss kidnaps Kaalia's niece and forces her mother to testify against Kaalia in a murder trial. He is found guilty for a murder he didn't commit and escapes from prison to find his niece. At first, the warden chases him and once he knows the true story, decides to help him. They go to the boss's place and not only find the little girl but also the sister-in-law about to die. The boss reveals to the warden that he was the one who had kidnapped his daughter 20 years ago and now it's the grown up Parveen Babi's character. They fight with him and the boss gets beaten up badly. Everyone lives happily after.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Dil To Dete Nahi" Asha Bhosle
2 "Jab Se Tumko Dekha" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
3 "Jahan Teri Yeh Nazar Hai" Kishore Kumar
4 "Kaun Kisi Ko Baandh Saka" Mohammed Rafi Chorus
5 "Sanam Tum Jahan Mera Dil Wahan" Asha Bhosle
6 "Tum Saath Ho Jab Apne" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle

Notes[edit]

  • The song, Jahan Teri Yeh Nazar Hai influenced the song, Palat - Tera Hero Idhar Hai featured on the 2014 film, Main Tera Hero.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ BoxOffice India.com
  2. ^ http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/rd-burman-s-kaalia-number-influenced-sajid-wajid-s-palat-114032200605_1.html

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