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The Revolution - Kranti (Silver Jubilee Hits) (DVD)

The Revolution - Kranti (Silver Jubilee Hits) (DVD)
$22.00
Item Code: IZZ575
Specifications:
Manoj Kumar
Gold Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.(2011)
187 mins. Approx.
About the DVD

V. I. P. Films Presents
Produced & Directed by: Manoj Kumar

Starring:
Dilip Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Shatrughna Sinha, Hema Malini, Parveen Babi, Nirupa Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri

Manoj Kumar’s ‘Krati’ is the epic story of the years after 1825 when Indians began their long struggle to throw off the burden of a foreign rule. It is the story of Sanga (Dilip Kumar), the sea pirate who intercepted British ships that brought ammunition to suspense the Indian and who often carried away prisoners who were no better than slaves.

It is the story of Bharat (Manoj Kumar), a young man who considered Sanga to be his idol and who organised an underground movement to fight the British on two fronts – the fight against the aliens and the fight against treacherous Indian Princess. It is the story of Meenaxi (Hema Malini), the beautiful princess of a mighty state who joins the freedom fighter, and gives her heart to a man who was the enemy of her state. It is the story of Sureeli (Parveen Babi), a rustic village girl who fights for the freedom of the Land, but eventually finds her place in the decadent palace where song and dance create a false illusion of splendour while poor Indians groan under the burden of foreign rule.

It is the story of Karim Khan (Shatrughan Sinha), the military aids of Jhansi ki Rani who joins the forces of Bharat. It is the story of Shakti (Shashi Kapoor), the commander of the State forces, who does his duty to suppress the insurgents but knows a great and brave revolutionary when he meets one. It is also the story of palace intrigues when Shambhu Singh (Prem Chopra) helps Shamsher Singh (Pradeep Kumar) to kill his own brother so that can occupy the throne of the state.

“Kranti” is a flaming story of India’s proudest revolution – it is a story of bravery and weaknesses. It is a story of a mighty battle for freedom that was fought on land and sea, in forests and palaces, a battle in which many gave their lives and mother sacrificed their children so that the torch of freedom once lit should never, never be extinguished.

Memorable Songs:
"Zindagi Ki Na Toote Ladi Pyaar Karle Ghadi Do Ghadi"...- Lata, Nitin Mukesh
"Chana Jor Garam Babu Mein Layee Majedaar"...- Lata, Rafi, Kishore, Nitin Mukesh
"Ab Ke Baras Tujhe Dharti Ki Rani Kar Denge"...- Mahender Kapoor

All Regions
5.1 Surround Sound
Colour
Subtitles in English
NTSC
Genre: Action / Drama

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