Jeet Hamaari

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Jeet Hamaari
Jeet hamari.jpg
Poster
Directed by R. Thyagarajan
Produced by C. Dhandayuthapani
Written by Ram Govind
Starring Rajinikanth
Rakesh Roshan
Ranjeeta Kaur
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography V. Ramamurthy
Edited by M.G. Balu Rao
Production
company
Devar Films
Distributed by Everest Multimedia
Release date
  • 30 May 1983 (1983-05-30) (India)
Country India
Language Hindi

Jeet Hamaari (lit. Victory is ours) is a 1983 Hindi film directed by R. Thyagarajan and written by Ram Govind, starring Rakesh Roshan, Rajinikanth, Ranjeeta Kaur and Anita Raj. This film is a remake of the 1983 Tamil film Thai Veedu, with Rajinikanth, Anita Raj and Silk Smitha reprising their roles from the original Tamil version.[1]

Plot[edit]

Thakur Vikram Singh (Om Shivpuri) is informed by a museum curator that an ancestral sword donated by his father has been stolen. This is important because it bore half the location of a hidden treasure. The other half is on a sword still in Singh's possession, and he must guard it. He finds a thief, Avvtar Singh (Madan Puri) attempting to steal the sword, and stops him. Avvtar grabs Thakur's son, Mohan, and escapes. He is to exchange sword for son at the black hills, but his car is stolen by a thief, who raises Mohan as his own under the name Raju. Raju (Rajnikanth) grows up to be a car thief, and eventually encounters his family as his enemies.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aanewala Aaya Hai" Asha Bhosle
2 "Aapne Mujhmen Kya Dekha" S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki, K.J. Yesudas
3 "Har Kadam Par Khushi" Kishore Kumar
4 "Nachke Dekhao Mere Yaar Ko" S.P. Balasubrahmanyam
5 "Tumko Agar Hai Pyar" Asha Bhosle, S.P. Balasubrahmanyam

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pugsley, Peter C. (2016). Tradition, Culture and Aesthetics in Contemporary Asian Cinema. Routledge. p. 94. ISBN 978-1-4094-5313-0.

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