Chalta Purza

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Chalta Purza
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Directed by Bhappi Sonie
Starring Rajesh Khanna
Parveen Babi
Cinematography Jal Mistry
Music by R. D. Burman
Release date
24 June 1977
Country India
Language Hindi

Chalta Purza (lit.'Busybody') is a 1977 Bollywood action thriller film directed by Bhappi Sonie. The film stars Rajesh Khanna and Parveen Babi.




Rajesh Khanna plays the role of Amar, an unemployed struggle in life, just because he believes in honesty. Ammar's eyes open when his mother dies in a car accident. He realizes that his mother could not be safe due to his honest ways. To improve his lifestyle, he joins the gang f the notorious criminal CAPTAIN, where he immediately becomes their favorite henchman. Things change for Amar when he learns that an old friend of his has joined the police force and has been assigned to nab CAPTAIN and his gang.


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