Jwala (1971)

 ●  Hindi ● Running Time: TBA

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Maharaja Anup Singh is attacked by Raja of Rampur, loses his kingdom and escapes to save his life. Anup singh entrusts his son Ajit to a friend in the jungle and flees to save his life. Anup Singh along with his members take one kingdom after another to restore their lost kingdom. Ajit grows up without knowing about his real father, grows up to be brave and strong with the jungle animals and saves the life of Rampur Maharaj who appoints him as his Army captain. Ajit falls in love with the princess and leads the army successfully. Anup singh unable to handle the treachery of Kumar, Son of Rampur Maharaj, decides to be a dacoit and loot the treasures of Rampur Maharaja. Ajit without knowing that the dacoit is his father, engages in a gruesome father son battle. Will they learn about their relationship before one of them ends up dead??
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Did you know? Leading lady Madhubala fell ill during filming. The film was shelved for a decade. After her death in 1969, filming resumed with various actresses doubling for Madhubala. The film was finally released in 1971 and wasn't a hit. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Black & White
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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Trivia:
The film was released in 1971, two years after the heroine Madhubala died.

This is the only film that Madhubala starred in that is completely shot in color. Her most famous film Mughal-e-Azam (1961) has some color sequences, but that film was mostly shot in black-and-white.

Leading lady Madhubala fell ill during filming. The film was shelved for a decade. After her death in 1969, filming resumed with various actresses doubling for Madhubala. The film was finally released in 1971 and wasn't a hit.

Before she became a star, Asha Parekh played a supporting role sharing scenes with heroine Madhubala. A decade later, when Madhubala died, Asha attended her funeral and paid her last respects.

Upon the film's release, leading man Sunil Dutt asked that film posters reflect Madhubala's seniority over him by giving her top billing, even though she was long dead.