Chandra Mukhi (1993)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 43 mins

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Far beyond the reaches of our universe, lies a heavenly kingdom ruled by a beautiful woman, and her daughter, a princess. Both mother and daughter possess a magical wand in the shape of a giant leaf that has magical powers. The daughter loses this leaf, which falls and lands on Earth. Dhola, an evil being, who would like to control and master the universe, finds out, and he too goes in search of this leaf. The daughter reaches Earth and is called "Chandra Mukhi" after a character in a television pro gramme, and meets with a young lad named Raja Rai. She finds that Raja is at the mercy of his cruel maternal uncle and step-mother, and she decides to let Raja grow up to his full manhood so that he can defend himself against his tormentors. It is then that Dhola arrives and takes control of the leaf. Will Chandra Mukhi and Raja be able to secure the leaf from the invincible and evil Dhola, and will Raja's life ever return to normalcy?

Cast: Salman Khan, Sridevi Kapoor

Crew: Debaloy Dey (Director), WB Rao (Director of Photography), Anand Shrivastav (Music Director), Milind Shrivastav (Music Director), Nikhil Vinay (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 22 Oct 1993 (India)

Hindi Name: चन्द्र मुखी

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Did you know? The song "Tune Pakdi Kallai" was first shot with 1980s actress Kim. The clip was even released in the movie's theatrical trailer's months before the film released. At the last minute, the producer decided to scrap the song and re shoot it with Sri Devi. Read More
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as Raja Rai
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as Ghunga
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
This marked the first film of Salman Khan along with Dil Tera Aashiq, to release theatrically in Canada. Indian films had stopped releasing in theater's in Canada since 1982. The previous year (1992) Saajan was released in re run showing's since the film already released onto home video. Dil Tera Aashiq and Chandra Mukhi were released on the same day and were the first brand new films of Salman Khan to release in theater's in Canada.

The song "Tune Pakdi Kallai" was first shot with 1980s actress Kim. The clip was even released in the movie's theatrical trailer's months before the film released. At the last minute, the producer decided to scrap the song and re shoot it with Sri Devi.