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Directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee
Produced by Debesh Ghosh
Shri Lokenath Chitramandir
Written by Rahi Masoom Reza (dialogue)
Screenplay by Bimal Dutta
Story by Bimal Dutta
Starring Amitabh Bachchan
Vinod Mehra
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
Cinematography Jaywant Pathare
Edited by Subhash Gupta
Distributed by Shemaroo Video Pvt. Ltd.
(2005, India, DVD)
Release date
May 11, 1979
Running time
139 min
Country India
Language Hindi

Jurmana is a 1979 Hindi film. It was produced by Debesh Gosh and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Raakhee, Vinod Mehra, Shreeram Lagoo, A. K. Hangal, Asrani, Farida Jalal, Keshto Mukherjee and Asit Sen. The lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi and the music was composed by R. D. Burman.


Inder Saxena is a building contractor from Delhi with an attitude that money is the foremost thing in the world. His maternal uncle persuades a reluctant Inder to visit and supervise a project's progress at Pratapgadh. Once there, he meets his college mate Prakash (Vinod Mehra), his professor Daya Shankar Sharma (Shreeram Lagoo) and his daughter Rama (Raakhee). Inder sets his eyes on Rama but Prakash, secretly admiring Rama, tells Inder (Amitabh Bachchan) that she is the kind of girl who can't be lured with the power of money. But, Inder has firm perception that women want only money, bets Prakash that he will lure Rama with his money. After each of his bag of tricks fail, he publishes a book of her poems and gifts it to her. This gesture surprises Rama and is very delighted. One day Inder asks Rama to accompany him. Rama promises him and lies to her father about seeing off Laila (Farida Jalal). Upon learning the truth, Daya Shankar unexpectedly drops in with Prakash at Inder's house, finds Rama in his bedroom and scorns her for lying. Rama leaves the house forever and while heading towards Delhi, is robbed for which she has to get down the train. Distressed Rama gets the help of Station Master Nandalal (Asrani), who shelters her in his house. Coincidentally, the same train meets with an accident. Assuming an unrecognizable damaged body to be Rama, the police sends a letter to Daya Shankar about her death, shocking everyone. Inder, feeling guilty for the incident, believes that Rama is alive and searches for her. Meanwhile, Rama learns singing to forget her sorrows and becomes a renowned singer. One day Inder hears her singing on radio, finds her out and informs Prakash. Eventually with all misunderstandings and differences settled, Rama and Inder come together.




All lyrics written by Anand Bakshi; all music composed by Rahul Dev Burman.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Sawan Ke Jhoole Pade Hai" (Sad) Lata Mangeshkar 5:25
2. "Ai Sakhi Radhike Bawri Ho Gai" Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey 6:10
3. "Chhoti Si Ek Kali Khili Thi" Lata Mangeshkar 5:10
4. "Nachoon Main Gao Tum" Asha Bhosle, Rahul Dev Burman 5:55
5. "Sawan Ke Jhoole Pade Hai" (Sad) Lata Mangeshkar 3:50
6. "Chhotisi Ek Kali" Instrumental 5:15
7. "Title Music" Instrumental 1:30

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