Toram online breaker build. Song From the Bhojpuri Film 'Vidhata' Starring Ravi Kishan, Dinesh Lal, Pankaj Kesari, Pratibha Pandey, Anara Gupta, Pakhi Hegde, Poonam Sagar & Others Director Harry Fernandes Music Lal Sinha. Aap badhe nahin hue hain. Amir hue hain, sirf amir. Aapki tijori toh badhi ho gayi hai lekin aapka dil bahut hi chota ho gaya hai. Hindi film song Haathon ki chand lakeeron ka from movie Vidhata(1982) originally sung by Suresh Wadkar and Anwar, music by Kalyanji-Aanandji, written by Aanand Bakshi, here sung by Harshit Trivedi.
|Directed by||Farogh Siddique|
|Produced by||Thirupur Mani|
|Music by||A. R. Rahman(Songs) (Re-used from Pudhiya Mugam)|
Naresh Sharma (Background Score)
Vishwavidhaata is a 1997 Hindi film directed by Farogh Siddique starring Jackie Shroff, Ayesha Jhulka, Sharad Kapoor, Pooja Batra, Arjun and Ashish Vidyarthi. The film is shot in India and Sharjah. It is a loose remake of the Tamil film Pudhiya Mugam, written by Revathi and Suresh Menon. The film features songs composed by A. R. Rahman, re-used from Pudhiya Mugam. Rahman was upset with the producers since the music was re-used in the film without his permission.
Jai Verma (Sharad Kapoor) lives in Bombay. He is an honest, unemployed youth who cannot arrange for his mother's treatment. He happens to meet underworld goons looking for such frustrated people, and they force him into the world of terrorism. Rai Bahadur (Ashish Vidyarthi), the uncrowned king of terrorism, orders Jai to be killed when he revolts. Jai flees to Sharjah and undergoes plastic surgery to begin a new life. He returns to India as Ajay Khanna (Jackie Shroff), meets his ex-lover Radha (Ayesha Jhulka), and marries her. They have a baby boy, Ravi Khanna (Sharad Kapoor). Ravi's parents want him to become a police officer to do away with traitors, but they themselves end up becoming a target instead.
- Jackie Shroff as Ajay Khanna
- Ayesha Jhulka as Radha Khanna
- Sharad Kapoor as Jai Verma/Ravi Khanna
- Pooja Batra as Poonam
- Ashish Vidyarthi as Rai Bahadur
- Arjun as Goon
- Rakesh Bedi as Johnny
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|Recorded||Panchathan Record Inn, AM Studios|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Producer||A. R. Rahman|
|A R Rahman chronology|
The film features songs composed by A. R. Rahman, re-used from Pudhiya Mugam. Rahman was upset with the producers since the music was re-used in the film without his permission. The lyrics were written by P. K. Mishra and Mehboob for Humdum Pyaara Pyaara.
|'Sambo Sambo'||Kavita Krishnamurthy, Malgudi Subha||4:03||Reused 'Sambo Sambo' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Kal Nahi Tha Woh'||Sujatha Mohan||5:08||Reused 'Netru Illadha Maatram' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Kal Nahi Tha Woh (Sad)'||Sujatha Mohan, Hariharan||3:56||Reused 'Idhu Thaan Vazhkai' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Nazron Ke Milne Se'||Kavita Krishnamurthy||4:24||Reused 'Kannukku Mai Azhagu' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Jaan Tum Ho Meri'||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Anupama||4:30||Reused 'July Madham Vandhaal' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Kaliyon Se Palkhen Hain'||Hariharan||4:24||Reused 'Kannukku Mai Azhagu' from Pudhiya Mugam|
|'Humdum Pyaara Pyaara'||Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy||Not by A. R. Rahman. The composer of this song is mentioned as only 'Bombino Music' in the CD inlay card, while the composer isn't specifically mentioned.|
- ^Verma, Suparn (4 September 1997). 'Up and coming!'. Rediff.com. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
- ^ abMathai, Kamini (5 June 2009). A. R. Rahman: The Musical Storm. Penguin UK. ISBN9788184758238.
- ^'Indian Classics: Vishwa Vidhata'. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
- Vishwavidhaata on IMDb
|Directed by||Subhash Ghai|
|Produced by||Gulshan Rai|
|Distributed by||Trimurti Films|
|3 December 1982|
Vidhaata is a 1982 Indian action drama movie directed by Subhash Ghai and produced by Gulshan Rai's company Trimurti Films. It stars Dilip Kumar, Sanjay Dutt and Padmini Kolhapure in lead roles, with Shammi Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar, Amrish Puri, Madan Puri, Suresh Oberoi and Sarika in supporting roles. The film was remade in Kannada as Pithamaha, starring Ravichandran, Rajesh, Udayakumar, Vijayalakshmi Singh, in Malayalam as Alakadalinakkare, starring Prem Nazir, Madhu, Srividya and Mammootty and was also remade in Tamil as Vamsa Vilakku, with Sivaji Ganesan and Prabhu. Vidhaata was the highest-grossing film of 1982, being declared an 'All Time Blockbuster' at the box office.
Shamsher Singh (Dilip Kumar), his son Pratap Singh (Suresh Oberoi), and daughter-in-law lead a happy life in an Indian village. Shamsher works as an engine driver with his friend Gurbaksh Singh (Shammi Kapoor). Pratap is appointed as the new inspector-in-charge of the village, but is killed brutally by Jagawar Chaudhary (Amrish Puri), a notorious local smuggler, after Pratap refuses to help Jagawar in his illegal activities. Seeing his son dead, Shamsher Singh is enraged and he kills some of Jagawar's goons whom he had seen throwing his son's dead body in the forest. When he is about to inquire from one of Jagawar's men about the person behind his son's murder, he is stopped by the police and is asked to surrender; Shamsher somehow manages to escape. His daughter-in-law dies while giving birth to Kunal Singh (Sanjay Dutt).
Shamsher takes his grandson Kunal and leaves his village to hide from the police. In the hope of making quick money, to secure his grandson's future, Shamsher starts working for Sir Mizya (Shreeram Lagoo), a powerful underworld don, and takes on a new identity as Sir Shobraj. Over the course of time, he becomes a wealthy and powerful smuggler and the chairman of the Mizya Group.
Meanwhile, Kunal grows up under the strict supervision of Shamsher's loyal employee Abu Baba (Sanjeev Kumar). He falls in love with Durga (Padmini Kolhapure), a beautiful slum girl and the daughter of one of Shamsher's old employee Ganpat. However, things take an ugly turn when Shamsher Singh disagrees to let Kunal marry Durga because of her being from a poor background; he instead warns Durga's mother (Sudha Shivpuri) to leave the city with her daughter or else face serious consequences.
Although Durga is unwilling to leave at first, she later agrees to sacrifice her love and leaves with her mother in a ship to Goa where Shamsher's men try to rape her. Abu Baba comes to their rescue and saves them but is killed by Shamsher's men with the help of Jagawar, who has become a powerful smuggler of Goa. Kunal is devastated after seeing Abu Baba's dead body and promises to take revenge. His investigations into Abu Baba's death eventually lead to the true identity of his grandfather and about his father's killers.
- Dilip Kumar as Shamsher Singh / Shobraj
- Shammi Kapoor as Gurbaksh Singh (Shamsher's Friend)
- Sanjeev Kumar as Abu Baba
- Sanjay Dutt as Kunal Singh (Shamsher's Grandson)
- Padmini Kolhapure as Durga
- Amrish Puri as Jagawar Chaudhary
- Madan Puri as K.K Singh (Khushaal Singh) (Shamsher's Associate)
- Gautam Sarin as Ponchi,K.K Singh Son
- Tom Alter as Sir David
- Sarika as Neelima
- Suresh Oberoi as Inspector Pratap Singh (Shamsher's Son)
- Shreeram Lagoo as Sir Mizya (Chairman of Mizya Group)
- Jagdeep as Peter John D'cost* * Paintal (comedian) as Muthuswamy
- Sudha Shivpuri as Durga's Mother
- Krishan Dhawan as Ganpat,Durga's Father
- Sudhir (Indian Actor).. Ballu,Jagawar Chaudhary Henchmen
- Mukri as Dance Organizer of Song 'Udi Baba'(Special Appearance)
Vidhata Bhojpuri Movie Video Songs Download
Awards and nominations
- 1983 Filmfare Awards - Won
- Best Supporting Actor - Shammi Kapoor
- 1983 Filmfare Awards - Nominated
- Best Supporting Actor - Sanjeev Kumar
All songs are composed by Kalyanji-Anandji. All lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi.
|1.||'Hathon Ki Chand Lakeeron Ka'||Anwar, Suresh Wadkar||07:10|
|2.||'O Saathi Aa'||Lata Mangeshkar||05:15|
|3.||'Pyaar Ka Imtihaan'||Asha Bhosle||05:52|
|4.||'Saat Saheliyan'||Hemlata, Kanchan Mail, Padmini Kolhapure, Shivangi Kolhapure, Kishore Kumar, Anuradha Paudwal, Sadhana Sargam, Alka Yagnik||09:21|
|5.||'Udi Baba'||Asha Bhosle||06:19|
- Vidhaata on IMDb