Sarkari Mehmaan

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Sarkari Mehmaan
Sarkari Mehmaan.jpg
Directed by N.D. Kothari
Produced by N.D. Kothari
Written by Navneet
Starring Vinod Khanna, Jasmin
Music by Ravindra Jain
Edited by I. M. Kunnu
Release date
Friday,12 January 1979[1][2]
Country India
Language Hindi

Sarkari Mehmaan is a 1979 Bollywood crime film drama directed by N.D. Kothari. It was released on a symbolic date, on Friday, 12 January, in 1979, as it pertains to the functioning of the Indian police department, pitched against international organized crime. 12 January 1863 marks the birthday of Swami Vivekananda, who is perhaps best known for his inspiring speech which began, "Sisters and brothers of America ...,"[3][4] in which he introduced Hinduism at the Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago in 1893. The film stars Vinod Khanna and Jasmin in lead roles.

Plot[edit]

Police inspector Anand is very honest, he is known for his honesty, diligence and bravery. He single handedly captures and arrests notorious smuggler and criminal Jack Ranjit, who is sentenced to several years of jail. Anand Vinod Khanna in disguise, also captures gangster Gulkhan Amjad Khan, who is also sentenced to a long term in jail. Anand's wife Rekha is not very honest and trustworthy and has an affair with another man named Somesh. There are a lot of fights and arguments between husband and wife and Anand threatens to kill her. He starts following his wife hoping to catch her and Somesh redhanded. Shortly after that Rekha and Somesh are found dead and Anand is arrested for their murder though he has not killed them. To prove his innocence and to find the real murderers he escapes from jail and surprisingly comes back face to face with his foes. Ultimately he is proved innocent and the real murderer is arrested.[5]

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Director- N. D. Kothari
  • Producer- N. D. Kothari
  • Music Director- Ravindra Jain
  • Lyrics- Hasrat Jaipuri,Naqsh Lyallapuri,Ravindra Jain
  • Story- Navneet
  • Screenplay- Navneet
  • Dialogue -Aziz Quaisi
  • Executive Producer -V. N. Kothari
  • Editor - I. M. Kunnu
  • Production Designer - Krishan Malhotra, Sampat Singh Kothari
  • Art Director - V. R. Karekar
  • Costumes Designer - Mohamed Umar
  • Audiographer - Raj Trehan,Zia Ul Haque
  • Choreographer - P. L. Raaj
  • Action Director - F. Makrani, Ravi Khanna
  • Playback Singer - Asha Bhosle[7]
  • Assistant Director - Sushil Kumar
  • Hair Stylist - Shekar Ram Patriwal

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Bombai Sham Ke Baad" Asha Bhosle
2 "Lucknow Chhoota To Dilli Ne Loota" Asha Bhosle
3 "Sun Sun Re Sarkari Mehman" Asha Bhosle
4 "Na Julam Ki Mari Hoon" Asha Bhosle
5 "Parcha Mohabbat Ka Likh De" Asha Bhosle

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