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Shalimar (1978)

PG-13  |   |  Action, Adventure, Crime  |  31 December 1978 (India)
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On the run from the police, S.S. Kumar, a thief, comes across a private invitation to the island of Sir John Locksley addressed to Raja Bahadur Singh. When the Raja is shot, Kumar takes him... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
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S.S. Kumar
Zeenat Aman ...
Sheila Enders
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Sir John Locksley
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Countess Rasmussen
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Col. Columbus
O.P. Ralhan ...
K.P.W. Iyengar (Romeo)
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Dr. Bukhari
Prem Nath ...
Raja Bahadur Singh
Shreeram Lagoo ...
Tolaram (as Dr. Shriram Lagoo)
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Dance Teacher
Clyde Chai-Fa ...
Dogro
M.B. Shetty ...
Tribal Chief
Phunsok Ladhakhi ...
(as Phansok Ladakhi)
Anita ...
Tribal Dancer
Jayamalini ...
Tribal Dancer (as Jaya Malini)
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On the run from the police, S.S. Kumar, a thief, comes across a private invitation to the island of Sir John Locksley addressed to Raja Bahadur Singh. When the Raja is shot, Kumar takes him to a nearby hospital, dons a Sikh's turban, poses as the Raja's son and goes to the private island of John. Also attending are K.P.W. Iyengar, Dr. Bukhari, Colonel Columbus, and Countess Rasmussen. A stunned Kumar finds out that all of these invitees are master criminals and gangsters. Kumar's guise does not fool anyone, including his former sweetheart, Sheila Enders, nevertheless John permits him to stay on, as he feels that Kumar's career, though an amateur, is consistent with those already present. The reason why John has invited them is to find a successor to take his place as he is dying of cancer. He feels that one of his invitees can be trusted to take his place and for this he has arranged for them to steal a diamond (Shalimar) worth 135 crores of rupees. This gem is placed in a secure ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and brief sexuality | See all certifications »
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Raiders of the Sacred Stone  »

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For this co-production between India and the USA, scenes were shot in both English and Hindi. Dubbing in post production was was used where language was a barrier. See more »

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Hum Bewafa
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Performed by Kishore Kumar
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the great entertainer
5 May 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

i think that this film is a entertainer.It makes you cry.laugh and makes you think what will happen next.The great Mr Dharmendra was the best but i don't understand is that why did this film do so bad at the box office? and why Mr Dharmendra never signed for a western film again.The songs were also good like 'Hum Bewafaa' was good, the film was also made in English to but voices were dumbed over and the film opens with a good scene.I didn't not know that this film was produced by Hollywood and Bollywood and after this film they never did that again because it was a disaster at the box office but some people still think that they should make more films like this.The main credit for this film goes to both Dharamendra and Rex Harrison who both did a great so BRAVO!!!


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