Besharam (1978)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 25 mins

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In order to prevent honest Ramchandra from being elected as Mayor, Digvijay Singh alias Dharamdas sets his men upon him, his son, Ram Kumar, and his wife, all in vain, as Ramchandra wins. Shortly after his election, Ramchandra is framed and is forced to quit office after a scandal, and he hangs himself. Ram, his mom, and his sister, Chanda, re-locate and are not heard from again. Then a young man, Prince Chandrashekar from Johanneburg, South Africa, surfaces, claims he is a multi-millionaire, and would like to go into business with Digvijay Singh. This Prince also meets with Digvijay's sister and friend, Renuka, and Manju respectively and has an on-going affair with both at the same time. Digvijay is not happy with what's going on, and he asks his men to investigate the background of this Prince, and what they find will change Digvijay's life forever.
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Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore

Crew: Deven Verma (Director), Anandji Virji Shah (Music Director), Kalyanji Virji Shah (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama, Family

Release Dates: 03 Apr 1978 (India)

Hindi Name: बेशरम

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Did you know? The title music of this film was used again for the title sequence of Chatpatee (1983). The was due to Deven Verma being the producer of both films. Read More
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as Ram Kumar Chandra / Prince Chandrashekar
as Renuka / Monica
as Ramchandra
as Digvijay Singh
as Manju
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actress
as Police Commisioner
as Rosie
as Mrs. Ramchandra
as Chanda
as Rosy
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Black & White
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
This movie marks the directorial debut of veteran character actor Deven Verma, who also produced and acted in this movie.

The title music of this film was used again for the title sequence of Chatpatee (1983). The was due to Deven Verma being the producer of both films.