Surakshaa

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For the 1995 film, see Surakshaa (1995 film).
सुरक्षा
Surakshaa poster.jpg
Directed by Raveekant Nagaich
Produced by B. Subaash
Raveekant Nagaich
Written by V.D. Puranik (dialogues)
Screenplay by Ramesh Pant
Story by Rajvansh
Starring Mithun Chakravorty
Ranjeeta
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Farooq Kaiser (lyrics)
Ramesh Pant (lyrics)
Cinematography Raveekant Nagaich
Edited by Shyam Mukherjee
Distributed by Kailash Pictures Circuit
Release date(s)
  • 22 June 1979 (1979-06-22) (India)
[1]
Country India
Language Hindi

सुरक्षा (Hindi: सुरक्षा; translation: Protection) is a 1979 Hindi language movie directed by Ravikant Nagaich. The film stars Mithun Chakravorty, Ranjeeta, Jeevan, Jagdeep, Iftekhar, and Aruna Irani.[2] Based as a spy thriller (with hero's code of Gunmaster G9), it was the first of a two of such films with Mithun in the lead, the other being Wardat. The film also marked Bappi Lahiri's entry as a singer. The success of Surakshaa made Mithun a commerial star.

Plot[edit]

Shiv Shakti Organization (SSO), an organisation intends to spread terror in India. CBI Chief (Iftekhar) learns about this and calls for Officer Gopi (Mithun), aka Gunmaster G-9, to investigate into the matter. The trouble starts when a plane manned by Captain Kapoor (Suresh Oberoi) is attacked by a stream of deadly signals forcelanding it. Soon after, agent Jackson (Tej Sapru) is replaced with his look-alike. Gopi doesn't take long to get to this and sets out to rescue his agent. During this, he happens to encounter Priya (Ranjeeta), who's out to investigate her father's death, supposedly by Gopi. After a few chance encounters, both start to check about the organisation and its high command. Further course of investigation leads them to the Hiralal (Jeevan) working with his men using hi-tech gadgets for this organisation. After few interesting stunts, car-chases, fights, dancing with scantily-clad girls, some romance and comedy by agent Khabri (Jagdeep), they happen to meet the patchy-eyed SSO chief, Doctor Shiva (K. Balaji). The rest of the story show on handling this chief and his organization by the CBI

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

All music composed by Bappi Lahiri.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Dil Tha Akela Akela"   Ramesh Pant Bappi Lahiri, Lata Mangeshkar 5:40
2. "Maine Pyar Kiya To Theek Kiya"   Ramesh Pant Kishore Kumar 4:30
3. "Mausam Hain Gaane Ka"   Farooq Kaiser Bappi Lahiri, Annette Pinto 5:20
4. "Tum Jo Bhi Ho Dil Aaj Do"   Ramesh Pant Bappi Lahiri, Dilraj Kaur 7:10
5. "Yeh Duniya Hain Usi Ki Jo Isse"   Ramesh Pant Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey, Usha Mangeshkar 6:50

References[edit]

  1. ^ "सुरक्षा Cast & Crew". Bollywood Hungama. 
  2. ^ "Gun Master G9 in Suraksha". thehotspotonline.com. 5 August 2012. Retrieved 2012-08-05. 

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