The Gold Medal (film)

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The Gold Medal
The Gold Medal (film).jpg
Poster
Directed byRavikant Nagaich
Produced bySham Behl
Written byJagdish Kanwal (dialogues)
Hasrat Jaipuri
Indeevar
Verma Malik
Raj Kavi Tulsi (lyrics)
Screenplay bySham Behl
Story bySham Behl
StarringJeetendra
Dharmendra (guest)
Shatrughan Sinha
Rakhee Gulzar
Music byShankar Jaikishan
CinematographyRavikant Nagaich
Edited byJagdish Kanwal
Production
company
Time Films[1]
Release date
  • 3 March 1969 (1969-03-03)
Running time
124 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

The Gold Medal is a 1969 Bollywood, Action Spy film, produced by Sham Behl under the Time Films banner and directed by Ravikant Nagaich. It stars Jeetendra, Rakhee Gulzar, Shatrughan Sinha in the lead roles while Dharmendra has given a special appearance and the music was composed by Shankar Jaikishan.[2][3][4][5][6]

Plot[edit]

During the investigation of the political murder of labor leader Acharya (Dharmendra), Mr. David, the chief of the Secret Services comes to know about the existence of a dangerous gang working against the interest of the country. He deputies a promising young officer of his department Gopal (Jeetendra) to inquire into the activities of the gang and establish the identity of its leader. While Gopal sets out to take down the gang, he falls victim to their vicious plot. Gopal is accused of the murder of Bindu, the dancer at Eagle nightclub and thus has to go underground to save himself from the police. But, Gopal uses this opportunity to get inside the gang as a trusted member and unmask the criminal mastermind. Entangled in a web of deceit and double-cross, can Gopal expose the leader of the gang and save the country?

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s) Lyrics
1 "Azadi Aayi Bhi To Kya" Mohammed Rafi Indeevar
2 "Aye Mere Desh Ke" Raj Kavi Tulsi Raj Kavi Tulsi
3 "Dheere Dheere Mere" Sharda Rajan Iyengar Hasrat Jaipuri
4 "Mere Kaatil Utha Botal" Asha Bhosle Verma Malik
5 "Zamana Hare Note Ka" Mahendra Kapoor Verma Malik
6 "Main Tumko Dekhti Hoon" Asha Bhosle Hasrat Jaipuri

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References[edit]

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