The Train (1970)

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Hardworking, capable, honest and dedicated CBI inspector Shyam Kumar is assigned the case of bringing to justice the criminals behind the use of fake cheques to purchase commodities. The ... See full summary »


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Ravikant Nagaich


Arudra (screenplay), V.D. Puranik (dialogue director), Raj Baldev Raj (dialogue)

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12 May 2014 | sanjayppc
Engaging thriller
The Train was released when Rajesh Khanna was at his peak of superstardom. It is a fairly engaging thriller with a nice suspense at the end. Songs by R.D Burman are top notch & direction by Ravikanth Nagaiach is good.

The only weak point is Nanda who looks older than the hero & hence the romantic scenes do not quite jell.

The one reason to watch this film is Rajesh Khanna. He looks handsome & debonair & performs with elan, particularly the action sequences. As usual, he is at home in the romantic sequences also.

This is a nice time pass film & it was one of the 15 consecutive blockbusters of Kaka. It may not figure in the top 10 films of Kaka in terms of performance but in terms of entertainment, it will be loved by everyone.

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Action | Crime | Mystery | Romance | Thriller

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