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Hari Darshan (1972)

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Hari Bhakt Prahlad is devoted to Bhagwan Vishnu, and nothing will distract him from this devotion. When the kingdom's emperor, Lord HiranyaKashyap, finds out that his subject is engrossed ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Randhawa ...
Lord Hiranyakaship
Saroja Devi B. ...
Kayadu
Satyajeet ...
Bhakt Prahlad (as Satyajeet)
Abhi Bhattacharya ...
Bhagwan Vishnu
Mehmood Jr. ...
Jamure
Jayshree Gadkar ...
Dara Singh ...
Bhagwan Shiv
Sujata ...
Holika
Baby Roopa ...
Satjya
Babu Raje ...
Narad Muni
Asit Sen ...
Demon Instructor
Himmat Sinh Chauhan
Ram Rasila
Ram Mohan
Kalpana Divan
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Hari Bhakt Prahlad is devoted to Bhagwan Vishnu, and nothing will distract him from this devotion. When the kingdom's emperor, Lord HiranyaKashyap, finds out that his subject is engrossed in worshiping someone else, he has him summoned, and asks him to forget Bhagwan Vishnu and instead worship him. Prahlad refuses to do so, and HiranyaKashyap orders that he be admitted in a school and taught to worship him. Prahlad does attend this school, and manages to get everyone there to also worship Bhagwan Vishnu, thus angering HiranyaKashyap even more. HiranyaKashyap then decides to kill Prahlad, his family, and all of Bhagwan Vishnu's worshipers, with Prahlad being selected to be burnt alive. Now only a miracle from Bhagwan Vishnu can save young Prahlad from being burnt alive. This movie also depicts other avatars of Bhagwan Vishnu as Bhagwan Parsuram; then as Bhagwan Ram; and subsequently as Bhagwan Kishan. It is prophesied that Bhagwan Vishnu will appear as Bhagwan Kalki to end the present ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Very Very Nice
1 May 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Very very nice movie. Glorious sets, and very nice special effects too, considering we are back in the begin 70's with no cgi and computers at disposal.There's a scene where Prahlad's mother's heads taken off , head and body lying separately, effects are primitive but very effective and the rich sets around, help the total cause. All the players play the Gods and DEmiGods with flair and enthusiasm. Very enjoyable to watch and if you want to get in touch with the roots and culture and do not have time and resources to go through written 'shaastras' and stuff ,this film will definitely brush up the religion and cultural basics.


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