In a bid to locate a missing employee, Jackson, the Central Bureau of Investigation assigns Agent Gopi to locate him. Gopi accepts this assignment and must battle women; venomous snakes; ... See full summary »

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Ranjeeta Kaur ...
Priya (as Ranjeeta)
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CBI Officer Gopi
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Hiralal
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Kabari
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Head of CBI (as Iftakar)
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Ruby
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Maggie
Tej Sapru ...
Jackson 'Jackie'
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K. Balaji ...
Doctor Shiva (as Balaje)
Mala Jaggi ...
Neelam
Bhushan Jeevan
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Captain Kapoor
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In a bid to locate a missing employee, Jackson, the Central Bureau of Investigation assigns Agent Gopi to locate him. Gopi accepts this assignment and must battle women; venomous snakes; gangsters; kidnappers; a robot-human; as well as Priya Varma - who believes that he killed her father, Dr. Varma; Neelam - who is determined to seduce and then enslave him; and the unknown and mysterious head of an organization simply known as S.S.O.. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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22 June 1979 (India)  »

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The song " Dil Tha Akela" was sampled from Abba's song "Hasta Manana". See more »

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Followed by Wardaat (1981) See more »

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Tum Jo Bhi Ho, Dil Aaj Do
Composed and Performed by Bappi Lahiri
Lyrics by Ramesh Pant, Farooq
Music on H.M.V.
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Mausam Hai, Gaana Ke, Baja Ne Ka...
9 September 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Gunmaster G-9 is a cult film figure, Mithunda played the character with style.

'Surakksha' is remembered till today, for Mithunda's killer dances and of course his ever-natural acting. The songs were Chartbusters.

Mausam Hai, Gaana Ke, Baja Ne Ka, Sune Ka, Suna Ne Ka, Raathoon Ko, Jagana Ka. Yeh Jeevan Yeh Sapna Hai Deewani Ka. Oh man, what a classic! I've the film long back, all I remember is the songs, and Mithunda dancing on them.

Mithunda made 2 sequels to 'Surakksha'... which were also fun & had superb songs.

Gunmaster G-9, the Indian Bond... is nothing short of Cult.


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