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Gopal Krishna (1979)

Not Rated | | Fantasy | 6 July 1979 (India)
Mathura is ruled by Kansa who claimed the throne by killing off seven of his nephews. The eighth child was whisked away to safety and grows up to become Lord Krishna.

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Vijay Sharma
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sachin ... Krishna - Adult
Zarina Wahab ... Radha
Manher Desai ... Maharaj Kans
Master Sandeep Master Sandeep ... Krishna - Child
Rita Bhaduri ... Yashoda
Jeevan ... Narad Muni
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mahipal ... Bhagwan Vishnu
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Mathura is ruled by Kansa who claimed the throne by killing off seven of his nephews. The eighth child was whisked away to safety and grows up to become Lord Krishna.

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Genres:

Fantasy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

6 July 1979 (India) See more »

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Rajshri Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Sarika was thrown out of the film after she shot for the film for a month . See more »

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Childhood memories of a very well done film
29 July 2006 | by aviavySee all my reviews

I can probably say I am one of the foremost expert of this film in the world. When I was a kid I used to watch this over at my grandparents and eventually they gave it to my parents and so I had convenience of watching it at home. I can say with absolute certainty I have watched this film well over 50 times so far and possibly over 100 times. And without subtitles! (I don't speak, read or understand Hindi, but I know this film like back of my hand magnified!) The film deals with a period of the life of Lord Krishna. It doesn't go into detail of every little thing he did, but it does cover the important milestones up until he encounters and defeats of his uncle, Kamsa. There are of course the mandatory song & dance breaks in it and while the soundtrack is limited and repetitious, but it works well in how the film roll out. Effects are only up to par as to what you would expect of an Indian film from the 70's. Overall a good film I believe.


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