Pataal Bhairavi

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Pataal Bhairavi
Pataal Bhairavi poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by K. Bapaiah
Produced by G. Hanumantha Rao
Krishna (Presents)
Written by Kader Khan (dialogues)
Indeevar (lyrics)
Story by P. Nagendra Rao
Based on Patala Bhairavi (1951)
Starring Jeetendra
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography V.S.R. Swamy
Edited by K. Gopal Rao
Release date
  • 3 May 1985 (1985-05-03)
Running time
149 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Pataal Bhairavi is a 1985 Bollywood fantasy film produced by G. Hanumantha Rao by Padmalaya Studios, presented by Krishna and directed by K. Bapaiah. It stars Jeetendra and Jayapradha in the lead roles and features music composed by Bappi Lahiri. The film is remake of Telugu movie Patala Bhairavi (1951), starring N.T.Rama Rao, Malathi, and S.V.Ranga Rao in pivotal roles.[1]


Once upon a time there was a Kingdom Ujjaini and its King was Maharaj Raja Vijay Singh (Pran) his only daughter Princess Indumathi (Jayaprada) loves a dynamic guy Ramu (Jeetendra) who was a gardener in fort, Maharaj keeps a condition that if he could become equal to his status then he will give his daughter’s hand to him. There was a wizard Mantrik Husair (Kader Khan) who has supernatural power who wants to achieve a powerful ideal of Pataal Bhairavi through which goddess can appear and full the wish of the person with whom ideal is present. To acquire the ideal he requires to a dynamic guy who can take him to the place where it is present, for whom he is in search, he comes to know that Ramu is the guy, he traps him that he will help him in marrying the Princess if he could take him there but his actual plan is to kill him before the statue so that he can achieve the ideal Ramu comes know this he plays a trick and he only kills Husair and achieves the ideal and with its help he becomes very rich as equal to king and Maharaj agrees to give his daughter’s hand to Ramu. Meanwhile, Husair becomes again alive with his power and stolen's the ideal and kidnaps Indu, Ramu protects Indu from Husair achieves ideal, kills Husair. Finally, Ramu marries Indu, becomes King of Ujjaini and gives back ideal to the goddess because he doesn’t want it to be misused.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Chumma Chumma" Salma Agha
2 "Jhoom Jhoom Ke Naacho Tum" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
3 "Ek Bechara Phas Gaya" K. J. Yesudas
4 "Pyar Ke Liye(I)" K. J. Yesudas
5 "Ek Dupatta Do Do Mawali" S. Janaki
6 "Mehman Nazar Ki Ban Ja" Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
7 "Kalike Kapalike" Anup Ghoshal
8 "Tannana Tannana" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
9 "Pyar Ke Liye(II)" K. J. Yesudas


  1. ^ Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (1999). Encyclopaedia of Indian cinema. British Film Institute. Retrieved 1 January 2012. 

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