Aag Ka Gola

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Aag Ka Gola
आग का गोला
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Theatrical Release Poster
Directed by David Dhawan
Produced by Pahlaj Nihalani, Nita Nihalani (co-producer)
Written by Ram Kelkar (Story and Screenplay), Faiz Saleem (Dialogue)
Starring Sunny Deol
Dimple Kapadia
Shakti Kapoor
Prem Chopra
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography Siba Mishra
Edited by David Dhawan
Distributed by Vishaldeep International, B4U Entertainment
Release date
29 Dec 1989
Running time
approx 180 min
Country India
Language Hindi

Aag Ka Gola (English translation - Fire Ball) is 1989 Hindi language Movie directed by David Dhawan and starring Sunny Deol, Dimple Kapadia, Shakti Kapoor and Prem Chopra.[1]

Plot[edit]

Young Shankar is framed for a theft he did not commit. He escapes from police and runs into his mother's arms. When Shankar's mother sees Shankar being arrested by police, she dies of shock. Shankar escapes from the police and ends up working for criminal don Raja Babu. He is now known as 'Shaka'. One day Raja Babu ask Shaka to abduct a child. The child's mother dies due to shock. This reminds Shaka(Shankar) of his own mother dying due to shock. He repents, surrenders to police and is sent to jail for 5 years. His three years punishment is condoned when he saves the life of a visiting parliamentarian. After being released from jail, he decides to live the life of an ordinary civilian and works as a garage mechanic. He meets Aarti, falls in love and they marry. But Shankars past starts haunting him to such an extent that he sees no choice except joining the crime gang of Raja Babu.

Cast[edit]

Sunny Deol - Vikram Singh/Shankar 'Shaka'
Dimple Kapadia - Aarti
Paintal - Shankar's Friend
Shakti Kapoor - Inspector Popat Lal
Prem Chopra - Raja Babu
Archana Puran Singh - Nisha
Om Shivpuri - Marwani Seth
Raza Murad - Dagga
Anjana Mumtaz - Shankar's Mother
Mahesh Anand - Mahesh
Sharat Saxena - Natwar Dada
Chunky Pandey - Himself

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aaya Aaya" Alka Yagnik, Bappi Lahiri
2 "Sharab Chez Hai Buri" S. Janki
3 "Aag Ka Gola" Shabbir Kumar
4 "Tauba Re Tauba" Amit Kumar
5 "Aa Aa Aa Bhi Jao Na" Mohammad Aziz, Asha Bhosle

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AAG KA GOLA SUNNY DEOL PRESS BOOK BOLLYWOOD". ebay. Retrieved 2015-03-18. 

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