Mukti (1977 film)

Mukti

DVD Cover
Directed by Raj Tilak
Produced by Raj Tilak
Tilak Movies Pvt. Ltd.
Screenplay by Dhruva Chatterjee,
Keka Chatterjee,
Renu Khanna
Story by Dhruva Chatterjee
Starring Shashi Kapoor
Sanjeev Kumar
Vidya Sinha
Mithun Chakraborty
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
Cinematography K. K. Mahajan
Editing by Pran Mehra,
R. P. Bapat
Studio Essel Studios
Famous Cine Studios
Natraj Studios
R. K. Studios
Rajkamal Studios
Distributed by Sangeeta Film Corporation (India)
Yash Raj Films USA Inc. (USA)
Release date(s) 14 August 1977 (1977-08-14)
Running time 125 min.
Country  India
Language Hindi
Budget INR 1.2 Crores

Mukti is a 1977 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Raj Tilak, starring Shashi Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar, Vidya Sinha and Mithun Chakraborty

Contents

Plot

Kailash Sharma is found guilty of sexually molesting Shanno and killing Dheeraj Kumar Verma, and sentenced to be hanged by the Jammu & Kashmir Sessions Court. After his appeals at both High and Supreme Courts fail, he asks his wife, Seema, to take their daughter, Pinky, and re-locate elsewhere. Seema and Pinky re-locate to Bombay where she takes up sewing to make a living. She befriends their neighbour, Ratan, and both get married. 14 years later Pinky has grown up and has a boyfriend, Vikram, who she wants to marry. Meanwhile, Kailash, who is still alive, as his sentence was changed to life imprisonment, arrives in Bombay to look for his family. After sometime he does find them but decides not to interfere in their lives as they appear to be happy. But when Seema finds out she goes to meet him secretly - a visit that will set off a chain of events that will end up drastically changing their lives forever.

Cast

Crew

Music

Song Title Singers Time
"Pyaar Hai Ik Nishaan Kadmo Ka" Mohammad Rafi 4:50
"Lalla Lalla Lori, Doodh Ki Katori" Mukesh 3:20
"Lalla Lalla Lori, Doodh Ki Katori" Lata Mangeshkar 4:00
"Suhani Chandni Raatein" Mukesh 4:35
"Main Jo Chala Peekar" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle 4:30
"Dil Sajan Jalta Hai" Mukesh 5:10

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