Naam (1986 film)

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Naam
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DVD cover of Naam
Directed by Mahesh Bhatt
Produced by Rajendra Kumar
Written by Salim Khan
Starring Nutan
Sanjay Dutt
Kumar Gaurav
Amrita Singh
Poonam Dhillon
Paresh Rawal
Music by Laxmikant Pyarelal
Cinematography Praveen Bhatt
Edited by David Dhawan
Distributed by Aryan Films
Release dates 30 August 1986 (India)
Language Hindi

Naam (English: Name) is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Mahesh Bhatt, starring Nutan, Sanjay Dutt, Kumar Gaurav, Poonam Dhillon, Amrita Singh and Paresh Rawal.

Synopsis[edit]

Janki Kapoor (Nutan) and her two sons Ravi Kapoor (Kumar Gaurav) and Vicky Kapoor (Sanjay Dutt) come from a poor family, and have difficulties making ends meet.

To add to this burden, the family has to consider the waywardness of Vicky Kapoor, who is always getting into trouble with the law. Ravi, on the other hand, is a hard-working, responsible son of Janki's who earns for the family, but also makes sacrifices for Vicky. Vicky is determined to get a job in Dubai as he has heard of thousands of Indians making a successful living there.

Ravi arranges for his visa and the money to go to Dubai. Once in Dubai, the Kapoors receive no word from him, and eventually give up on him. Vicky has encountered problems in Dubai, as he was cheated out of a job and his visa was obtained fraudulently. In order to remain in Dubai, he must work for ruthless international smuggler Rana (Paresh Rawal), and must earn his keep or be turned over to the authorities. This movie also tell the bond relation between Indian and Pakistani people.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Amiron Ki Shaam Garibon Ke Naam" Mohammad Aziz
2 "Chithi Aayi Hai" Pankaj Udhas
3 "Tere Dil Ki Tu Jaane" Kavita Krishnamurthy
4 "Tu Kal Chala Jayega (Part 1)" Manhar Udhas, Mohammad Aziz
5 "Tu Kal Chala Jayega (Part 2)" Mohammad Aziz
6 "Veriya Ve Kiya Kya Kasoor" Lata Mangeshkar

Song "Chithi Aayi Hai" (Lyrics: Anand Bankshi, Singer: Pankaj Udhas) was selected as one of the 100 songs of millennium by BBC Radio.

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