Ram Balram (1980)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 50 mins

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Spiced with all the modern elements of cinema, this action-oriented drama revolves around the trials and triumphs in the lives of two brothers – Ram and Balram.Their idyllic childhoods with loving parents are brought to an abrupt end when they are told by their uncle, Jagatpal that their parents were killed in an accident. As grown-ups, Ram becomes a mechanic, while Balram joins the police force. Jagatpal then reveals his master plan of pitting Ram against some of India's biggest smugglers. Balram reluctantly agrees and take this opportunity to use Ram's inside knowledge to bring down the local criminal network. Will the brothers succeed in bringing down the powerful mafia network? What is Jagatpal's true motive in setting Ram off on the path of crime? Are the brothers' parents really dead and if so, did they really die in an accident?
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Did you know? This is Fali Mistry's last film as cinematographer. Read More
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as Police Inspector Balram Singh
as Shobha
as Madhu
as Suleiman Seth
as Police Constable A.K. Mukherjee
as Chandarbhan
as Ram / Bholuram
as Police Commissioner Gupta
Supporting Actor
as Chandan Singh
as Pintoo Seth
as Daku Satarawala
as Prof. Saran




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Camera and Electrical

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Reference: Ek Chalis Ki Last Local (Hindi)
Reference: Jannat 2 (Hindi)
Amitabh Bachchan got jaundice during the making of the film and couldn't film for eight months.

This is Fali Mistry's last film as cinematographer.

"Humse Bhool Ho Gayee" was sampled in the song "Level Vibes" by The Guadaloop for the international album The Guadaloop in Desired in the 3 Worlds.