Soorma Bhopali

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Soorma Bhopali
Theatrical release poster
Directed byJagdeep
Produced byJ. N. Entertainers
Music byDilip Sen-Sameer Sen
Release date
1 July 1988 (1988-07-01)

Soorma Bhopali is a 1988 Indian Hindi-language drama film produced by Naved and directed by Jagdeep,[1] who previously played Soorma Bhopali in the film Sholay.[2][3]


Soorma Bhopali is the owner of a Timber mart. He wants to distribute all his wealth to humanity. His trust and innocence are taken advantage of by the people. Dilwar Khan Dilwala, who happens to be the identical step brother of Soorma, keeps staking his claim on half of Soorma's inheritance. Soorma inherited a priceless necklace which, according to his mother, he will have to give to his bride. To get the necklace from Soorma, a group of smugglers sends a stage dancer, Sitara, to Bhopal to trap Soorma. Soorma takes the necklace and follows Sitara to Bombay, but two thieves by the name of Kaalia and Sambha relieve Soorma of his belongings, including the necklace.



Music: Dilip Sen - Sameer Sen, Lyrics: Asad Bhopali.

Song Singer
"Makhmal Ho Ya Taat Ka Parda" Mohammed Rafi, Jagdeep
"Main Hoon Soorma Bhopali" Mohammed Aziz, Jagdeep
"Baadal Sataye" Asha Bhosle
"Tum Aaye Zindagi Mein" Dilraj Kaur, Alka Yagnik
"Mehroo Ki Rustam Se" Dilraj Kaur, Jagdeep
"Tambakoo Nahin Hai" Dilraj Kaur, Jagdeep


  1. ^ "Soorma BhopaliUA". The Times of India. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 15 March 2024.
  2. ^ "Soorma Bhopali LP Records". ebay. Retrieved 21 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Jagdeep's most popular role, Soorma Bhopali from Sholay, was cut from the theatrical release: Throwback". The Times of India. 29 March 2023. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 15 March 2024.

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