Barood (1976 film)

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Barood
Directed by Pramod Chakravorty
Produced by J.C. Bhagat
H.S. Bhattacharya
Jitu Thakar
Written by Ehsan Rizvi[1]
Screenplay by Sachin Bhowmick
Story by Sachin Bhowmick
Starring Rishi Kapoor
Reena Roy
Shoma Anand
Ashok Kumar
Music by Sachin Dev Burman
Cinematography V.K. Murthy
Edited by Narendra Arora
Release date
  • 2 April 1976 (1976-04-02)
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 19.32 crore (US$23.52 million)

Barood is a 1976 Indian Bollywood film directed by Pramod Chakravorty. It stars Rishi Kapoor and Reena Roy.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

  1. "Dil Kaanto Mein Uljahaya Hai, Ek DushmanPe Pyar Aaya" - Lata Mangeshkar
  2. "Samundar Samundar Yaha Se Waha Tak Ye Maujo Ki" - Asha Bhosle
  3. "I Love You" - Kishore Kumar
  4. "Bada Hi Khubsurat Is Jagah Ka Har Nazara Hai" - Kishore Kumar
  5. "Tu Shaitano Ka Sardar Hai Sach Hai" - Shivangi Kolhapure, Mukesh
  6. dady phir bhi tumko mujhse pyar hai

Box office[edit]

Worldwide gross
Territory Gross
India 2 crore[3] (US$2.27 million)[n 1] in 1976
US$10 million (67 crore)[5] in 2016
Soviet Union 15 million SUR[n 2] (US$21.25 million,[n 3] 17.32 crore)[n 4] in 1978
US$78 million (524 crore)[5] in 2016
Worldwide 19.32 crore (US$23.52 million) in 1978
591 crore (US$88 million) in 2016

At the domestic Indian box office in 1976, Barood grossed 2 crore, with a net income of 1 crore. While it was the 17th highest-grossing film in India that year, it was declared a commercial flop in the domestic Indian market.[3]

Despite its domestic failure an India, the film went on to become an overseas blockbuster in the Soviet Union, where it released in 1978 and topped the year's Soviet box office chart.[9] It drew a box office audience of 60 million Soviet viewers, the second highest for an Indian film in the 1970s (after the earlier Rishi Kapoor starrer Bobby) and the fifth highest for a foreign film that decade.[6] At the Soviet box office, it was the 13th biggest hit of the 1970s,[6][10] the fourth most successful Indian import of all time (after Awaara, Bobby and Disco Dancer), the ninth biggest foreign hit of all time,[10] and one of the top 30 biggest hits of all time.[6][10] It was among the highest-grossing films in the Soviet Union.[11]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 8.804 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1976[4]
  2. ^ 60 million tickets sold,[6] average ticket price of 25 kopecks[7]
  3. ^ 0.706 Soviet rubles per US dollar in 1978[8]
  4. ^ 8.15 Indian rupees per US dollar in 1978[4]

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