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|Screenplay by||Dennis Joseph|
|Story by||Dennis Joseph|
|Based on||New Delhi (1987)|
|Produced by||M.Sudhakar Reddy |
|Starring|| Ambareesh |
|Budget||Rs 2 Crores|
New Delhi is a 1988 Kannada-language action film directed by Joshiy and starring Ambareesh, Suresh Gopi and Sumalatha. It was produced by M.Sudhakar Reddy & M.Tirupathi Reddy of Samyuktha Productions banner and has music composed by Shyam. It is a remake of director's own Malayalam movie of same name (1987) whose story was loosely based on the novel The Almighty by Irving Wallace.
New Delhi is about a Delhi-based journalist who is imprisoned in a mental asylum after exposing the wicked side of two corrupted politicians, and his subsequent attempts at revenge with the help of his lady love. The story is loosely based on the novel The Almighty by Irving Wallace. The film is the remake of highly successful Malayalam film under the same title New Delhi released in 1987. It was Suresh Gopi's first Kannada (Sandalwood) film.
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Suresh Gopi is an Indian actor, politician, playback singer and television presenter. He works predominantly in Malayalam cinema and has also appeared in some Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Bollywood films. Suresh made his acting debut as a child in the 1965 film Odayil Ninnu. He made his debut as an adult in 1986 and since then, he has acted in more than 250 films. Suresh Gopi is a recipient of the National Film Award and the Kerala State Film Award in 1998 for his performance in Kaliyattam. He is a nominated member of the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament of India.
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