Elaan (1971 film)

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Elaan
Elaan1971.jpg
Directed by K. Ramanlal
Starring Vinod Khanna, Rekha and Madan Puri
Music by Shankar-Jaikishan
Release date
1971
Running time
144 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Elaan is a 1971 Bollywood thriller film directed by K. Ramanlal. The film stars Vinod Khanna, Rekha and Madan Puri .

Plot[edit]

Naresh Kumar Saxena lives with his widowed mom and sister, Seema. He works as a freelance photographer and journalist. One day he meets with Mala Mehta and her dad, who is the Editor of a Newspaper. Mr. Mehta hires Naresh and assigns him to go to a remote island to investigate and expose some illegal activities there. Naresh goes there in the company of his friend, Shyam. Unfortunately, they are caught by the island guards and Lily tries to convince them to work for the gang . On refusal Naresh is lodged in a cell along with two others, one a scientist and the other is Ram Singh, a hoodlum. The scientist confides in Naresh that he has invented an atomic ring that when inserted in someone's mouth will turn that person invisible, and subsequently passes away. Naresh puts the ring in his mouth, takes off his clothes, turns invisible and escapes. The news of his escape creates waves in the underworld and the Boss and Mr. Verma join forces to find Naresh, kill him, and keep the ring for themselves. For this they send Ram Singh and Lily to Bombay . Naresh and Shyam return to Bombay and are given Police protection . Meanwhile, the goons kill Mr. Mehta. Mala decided to take revenge for her dad's murder and joins the CBI. Naresh and Shyam also start working for the CBI to catch the gang. Shyam identifies Lily in a newspaper ad for a club and they go in disguise to find the truth. The remaining story focuses on Naresh, Shyam and Mala's struggle against Boss, Verma, Ram Singh and the gang.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

  1. "Jaanab-e-man Salaam Hai, Zarina Mera Naam Hai" - Sharda
  2. "Ang Se Ang Laga Le Sanso Me Hai Tufaan" - Lata Mangeshkar
  3. "Aapki Raaye Mere Bare Me Kya Hai" - Sharda, Mohammed Rafi
  4. "Aath Me Aath Ko Jamaa Karo Usme Dalo Do Pure" - Sharda
  5. "Aaj Tumhare Kaan Me Keh Du Mere Dil Me Kya Hai" - Asha Bhosle

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