Multi-millionaire businessman, Rakesh gets word from his servant, Ramdas that his father has been killed several years ago by a bandit named Poppy Singh and that Poppy Singh is still alive ... See full summary »

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Feroz Khan ...
Rakesh
Parveen Babi ...
Prem Chopra ...
Poppy Singh
Farida Jalal ...
Bela
Imtiaz Khan ...
Bahadur (as Imtiaz)
Helen ...
Chameli
Durga Khote ...
Mrs. Ranjeet Singh
Keshto Mukherjee ...
Drunkard (as Keshto Mukherji)
Bipin Gupta ...
Ranjeet Singh
Polson
Abhijeet ...
(as Abhijit)
Shyam
Gurinder
Mamaji
Agha
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Multi-millionaire businessman, Rakesh gets word from his servant, Ramdas that his father has been killed several years ago by a bandit named Poppy Singh and that Poppy Singh is still alive but is declared dead by the local police. Rakesh then swears to avenge his dad's death and this become the motive of his life; in order to locate Poppy's hide-out Rakesh travels to a mountainous region. He takes lodging in a house belonging to Thakur Ranjit Singh only to fall in love with his daughter, Durga; meanwhile Rakesh befriend an enemy of Poppy whose name is Shera. Through Shera Rakesh is able to locate Poppy's hide-out which is in an old mountain cave. Unfortunately before he could take action on Poppy Singh Shera is abducted by Poppy's men. Ironically Poppy's business has developed into cocaine over the years whereby Shera and all Poppy's hostages are forced to work as slaves. In order to rescue Shera and to avenge the death of his dad at an appropriate time Rakesh is forced to work for ... Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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29 July 1975 (India)  »

Also Known As:

A Vingança dum Filho  »

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Featured in Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost (2003) See more »

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Sun Sun Kasam Se
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Performed by Asha Bhosle & Danny Denzongpa
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Mr. Khan is the Man!
4 October 2011 | by (canada) – See all my reviews

After Sholay's success a lot of Curry Westerns were made.And Mr. Feroz Khan was the UNDISPUTED king of them.He was definitely inspired by Mr. Clint Eastwood's character in the Dollar Trilogy but he gave it his own touch.And hats off to Khan Saab for that. In Kaala Sona he's millionaire Rakesh who leaves the city life to hunt his father's killer Dacoit Poppi Singh(Prem Chopra)in the hills beyond No Man's Land(a sign showing this actually appears in the film,nice touch).Along the way he is helped by Shera(Danny),dressed like a native Indian and Durga(Praveen Babbi),looking very sexy. Shootouts,fistfights,double-crosses,only 4 songs and rapid fire editing make this a very fast and entertaining movie.It's a no nonsense show all the way and no time is wasted on any "faltu" senti scenes.Something exciting happens every 5 minutes. That's the kind of films I like!


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