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Aakhri Ghulam (1989)

  • Release Date06/07/1989
  • GenreDrama, Action
  • FormatColour
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time134 mins
  • Length3756.89 meters
  • Number of Reels15 reels
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingU/A
  • Censor Certificate NumberUA-539-MUM
  • Certificate Date26/06/1989
  • Shooting LocationChandivali, Film City, R.K, Studios

Dinu served Thakur Daulatsinha as bonded slave. When he suddenly died of snake bite, his 11 year old son Bheema had to serve Thakur as a bonded slave. Even on small pretext, Thakursab used to whip Bheema with the hunter. There was only one person and that was Thakursab's small daughter Sonam who had sympathy and affection for Bheema. Thakursab did not approve the kindness of his daughter towards Bheema and sent his daughter to foreign country for education. Bheema grew up as a tough young man and served Thakur as a loyal slave.

One day, in the Mujra hall, some one abused and challenged Thakur. Bheema pounced on that man and in the scuffle, the man died and Bheema was sentenced. Time passed. Thakursab sold his property in the village and shifted to city where he started various business activities. He purchased a mill. He behaved with the mill workers as if they were his slaves.

One day Thakursab slapped mazdoor leader and received shock of his life that all the workers went on strike. Thakursab had to apologise the leader but his ego was very much hurt. When Bheema was released from the jail Thakursab gave him orders to kill the leader. Bheema agreed to it, however, circumstances took a turn and Bheema refused Thakursab's orders. Thakursab's daughter returned from abroad. Her childhood sympathy and affection had changed into love for Bheema.

To know what happened hereafter, see D.S. Films'  "Aakhri Ghulam".


(From the official press booklet)



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