Salaakhen (1975 film)

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Salaakhen
Salaakhen poster.jpg
Release poster
Directed byA. Salaam
Produced byParvesh C Mehra
Starring Shashi Kapoor
Sulakshana Pandit
Mehmood
Music by Ravindra Jain
Distributed by Shemaroo Video Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 26 December 1975 (1975-12-26)
Country India
Language Hindi

Salaakhen is a 1975 Hindi movie produced by Parvesh Mehra and directed by A. Salaam. The film stars Shashi Kapoor, Sulakshana Pandit, A. K. Hangal, Mehmood, Amrish Puri and Ramesh Deo. The film's music is by Ravindra Jain. The rights to this film are owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.

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Plot

Raju (Shashi Kapoor) and Guddi (Sulakshana Pandit) are childhood friends and neighbors, who are virtually inseparable. Raju's father is arrested after a dramatic police chase for breaking, entering and theft, resulting in their separation. Guddi grows up to be a professional stage singer and dancer, while Raju grows up to be a card-sharp and a thief. Years later, both Raju (now called Chander) and Guddi (now called Seema) meet and fall in love with each other, unaware that they were childhood friends. While Seema is on her way to her birthplace for religious reasons, Chander too is headed that way, to get himself arrested so that he can be jailed for a motive, that gets him a hefty sum of money from a gangster.

Cast

Crew

Music

Song TitleSingersLyricistTime
"Chal Chal Kahin Akele Mein"Sulakshana PanditDev Kohli1:44
"Chal Chal Kahin Akele Mein"Sulakshana Pandit, HemlataDev Kohli6:39
"Maze Uda Lo Jawani Rahe Na Rahe"Asha BhosleHasrat Jaipuri5:56
"Mere Dekh Ke Lambe Baal"Asha BhosleHasrat Jaipuri5:47
"Seema Seema Seema"Kishore Kumar, Asha BhosleRavindra Jain5:51


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