Satte Pe Satta
|Satte Pe Satta
सत्ते पे सत्ता
|Directed by||Raj N. Sippy|
|Produced by||Romu N. Sippy|
|Written by||Satish Bhatnagar
|Narrated by||Kader Khan|
|Music by||R.D. Burman
Gulshan Bawra (lyrics)
|Distributed by||Eagle Home Entertainment|
|January 22, 1982|
Satte Pe Satta (Hindi: सत्ते पे सत्ता, tr. Seven on Seven) is a 1982 Hindi action comedy film. It featured Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, Amjad Khan, Ranjeeta Kaur, Sachin, Shakti Kapoor, Paintal, Sudhir, Inderjeet, Sarika, Kanwaljit Singh, Prema Narayan, Mac Mohan and Kalpana Iyer amongst others. The film is an adaptation of the American musical film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
Satte Pe Satta is the story of seven brothers living on a large farmhouse. The first half of the movie shows the life of the brothers who grew up under the leadership of their oldest brother Ravi (Amitabh Bachchan). Being orphans and uneducated, all seven brothers are unsophisticated bumpkins and lack social etiquette and hygiene. They live on a small farm among animals. A sequence of events leads Ravi to fall in love with a nurse named Indu (Hema Malini). Indu despises unruliness and chaos. Therefore, Ravi tricks her into believing that he has only 1 younger brother, Shani and thus Indu eventually marries him only to realize he has five more brothers, all uneducated and uncouth. Ravi's six brothers learn to adjust with new woman in their lives as she does with them, trying to civilize them. Soon enough, they all fall in love with a group of six women, friends with an heiress (and the feeling is mutual). Shortly things take a turn when Babu, Ravi's lookalike, is hired by the heiress's guardian, Ranjit Singh, to kill her for possession of her ancestral property.
|Amitabh Bachchan||Ravi Anand / Babu|
|Hema Malini||Indu R. Anand|
|Shakti Kapoor||Mangal Anand|
|Kanwaljit Singh||Guru Anand|
|Vikram (Vicky) Sahu||Shukra Anand|
|Ranjeeta Kaur||Seema Singh|
|Vijayendra Ghatge||Shekhar (Ravi's Friend)|
|Sarika||Sheela (Shekhar's Wife)|
|Goga Kapoor||Rowdy in bar|
|Amjad Khan||Ranjit Singh|
|Mac Mohan||Ranjit's Henchman|
|Kalpana Iyer||Ranjit's Mistress|
|Prema Narayan||Mangal's Girlfriend|
|Madhu Malhotra||Budh's Girlfriend|
|Asha Sachdev||Guru's Girlfriend|
|Rajni Sharma||Shani's Girlfriend|
Kishore Kumar, Annette Pinto
|"Dukki Pe Dukki Ho"||Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar & Rahul Dev Burman|
|"Jhuka Ke Sar Ko Puchho"||Asha Bhonsle, Sapan Chakraborty & Anand|
|"Mausam Mastana"||Asha Bhonsle, Dilraj Kaur, Annette Pinto, & Chorus|
|"Pariyon Ka Mela Hain"||Kishore Kumar|
|"Pyar Hamen Kis Mod Pe"||Kishore Kumar, Rahul Dev Burman, Sapan Chakraborty & Gulshan Bawra|
|"Zindagi Milke Bitayenge"||Kishore Kumar|
|"Zindagi Milke Bitayenge"||Kishore Kumar, Bhupinder Singh, Sapan Chakraborty & Rahul Dev Burman|
- Lawrence, Michael (2012). "India". In Creekmur, Corey K; Mokdad, Linda Y. The International Film Musical. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748634767.
- Agarwal, Anurag K. (2016). IIMA - Business And Intellectual Property: Protect Your Ideas. Random House India.
The song 'Zindagi milke bitayenge' in the movie Satte pe Satta, which was inspired from the 1954 movie Seven Brides for Seven Brothers was inspired by 'The Longest Day March' (1962).