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Hameer Hath (1964)

  • Release Date1964
  • GenreDrama
  • FormatB-W
  • LanguageHindi
  • Length3856.94 meters
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate NumberU-42719-MUM
  • Certificate Date06/10/1964
  • Shooting LocationGandhi & Co, Shrikant Studios (Chembur)

Hameer Hath is a tale of Rajput Chivarlry, a symbolic popular legend of Ranthambhor.

Rana Hameer returned to Ranthambhor after conquering the various Indian states. He was given a warm reception by Maharani and subjects of Rannthambhor.

Alauddin Khilji became the emperor of Delhi after killing his uncle Jalaluddin. A letter was sent to Rana Hameer of Rathambhor to come under his rule and to pay yearly tax also. Rana Hameer boldly refused.

One day Mirmangol the brave chief of Alauddin killed a lion in jungle and saved the life of Malika, but he was afterwards arrested and Malika helped him secretly to run away from the prison. As soon as Alauddin came to know that Mirmangol have escaped from the prison, he ordered his soldiers to arrest him and to bring him back alive or dead. The soldiers failed to arrest him. So an announcement was made that no one should give protection to 'Traitor' Mirmangol.

The brave and fearless Rana Hameer gave protection to Mirmangol. Therefore Alauddin ordered his army to attack Ranthambhor, but his army got defeated in Hindavan ghati and so Alauddin sent a letter to Rana Hameer to send their commander in chief Ratipal for peace negotiations. Therefore Rana Hameer  sent Ratipal for peace negotiations, Aladuddin's soldiers gave a warm reception to Ratipal but the peace negotiations failed. So Alauddin with the help of Shabnam, his court dancer got success in his nasty plot or not...... 

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(From the official press booklet)