Be-Shaque (1981)

Not Rated   |    |  Adventure, Crime, Drama

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Shyam Sunder lives a wealthy lifestyle in a small village in India along with his widowed step-mother, Nirmala. He has taken to alcohol, and womanizing, goes away very often without ... See full summary »


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3 January 2017 | ravisinger86
| Murder Mystery..
Be Shaque Directed By Kashinath is A Suspense Thriller. After Critical Acclaim For Kannada Version "Aparichita", He Remade The Movie in Hindi. Script & Screenplay Are Nearly Perfect. Cinematography is Pleasant To Look At. Dialogues Are Less Which Really Works in Suspense Oriented Movie. Editing is Fine.

Prakash(Mithun Chakraborty) in Search Of His Friend Shyam Arrives in A Small Village Somewhere in Northeast India. Nirmala Devi(Sonia Sahni) Mother Of Shyam Informs He Disappeared, But Will Come Back . Prakash Waits For Him. Gangu (Paintal) Servant Of Nirmala Devi Helps Prakash With Every Information Regarding Shyam. Prakash Comes Across Roopa(Yogeeta Bali). They Fall in Love.

In Search Of Truth, More Layers Of Conspiracy is Revealed & Finally Mystery Unfolds.

Acting Wise Mithun Chakraborty Looks Natural. Amrish Puri With Few Dialogues & Fearsome Look Gives Strong Performance. Yogeeta Bali, Paintal, Mohan Choti, Jalal Agha & Sonia Sahni With Their Respective Screen Space Did Well. Cameo By Shakti Kapoor is Well Written Character.

Music is Likable By Usha Khanna. "Yeh Waada Karo" By Usha Khanna & Suresh Wadkar is Soft Beautiful Romantic Track. "Yeh Waadiyan" By Anwar & "Raat Jaayen Na" Sad Song By Asha Bhosle Are Good Compositions. Background Music is Gripping & Catchy. A Must Watch For Murder Mystery Genre Movie Fans.


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Adventure | Crime | Drama | Mystery


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18 December 1981



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