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Jawanmard (1966)

  • Release Date1966
  • GenreDrama
  • FormatColour
  • LanguageHindi
  • Length3813.85 meters
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate NumberU-46884-MUM
  • Certificate Date18/01/1966
  • Shooting LocationGandhi & Co, Shree Kant Studios

A galloping horse with its woman rider was fighting a life and death struggle toward off on attack from a few riders along them. The life of the woman rider and her child close to her bossom were the target of the villains following them. Why they wanted these lives none knew. However the horse and the rider with the child managed to escape the vllains.

The woman stayed with a poor lady and brought up her child by doing odd jobs. The child Murad grew up and developed a great liking for vailiant acts of "JAWANMARD" (Bravery), wrestling bouts sward fights and life and death struggle in wild hunting were the order of his life

While on a hunting sprew he reached the royal hunting grounds. A charming beauty had also come there for hunting. They saw each other Meanwhile the life of the damsel was in danger. Murad saved her and took her safely to the royal palace. The royal lady was none other than princess Nilofer, the sole administrator of the kingdom. The princess offered a reward to Murad for saving her life. Murad declined to accept it.

The audacity of a commoner like Murad touched off a spark in the blue blood of a princess. Tramping the ground with a firm foot she ordered her Commander Sherkhan to ask Murad to bow at her feet. All attempts of Sherkhan failed. The brave (Jawanmard) could not be cowed down. The end...?

Murad revolted against the tyranny of the administration and came out successful. How Murad subjugated the princes? What happened to the tyrannical Commander? Who was the poor woman who saved child Murad? The screen shall answer this queries.

[From the official press booklet]