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Aaj Ka Deviputra (2001)

  • Release Date14 January 2001
  • GenreAction
  • FormatColour
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time147 minutes
  • Length4453.75 meters
  • Number of Reels14
  • Gauge35 MM
  • Censor RatingA
  • Censor Certificate NumberCIL-12-39-2002-HYD
  • Certificate Date08/04/2002

On every AMAVAAS day some unusual volcanic activities take place on the ocean bed at a particular spot in the sea, off Dwarka Coast, which is a big puzzle even to the scientists. At that particular time thousands of GARUDAS reach that spot and encircle and a huge whirlpool is formed. What is the reason behind all these happening? Is this the beginning of THE END? Yes, it is, indeed, the starting of the MAHAPRALAYA - the total destruction of the earth.

When the PRALAYA occurred last time on the earth, at the end of Dwaparayug, there was Sri Krishna to save the mankind from complete destruction.

Now there is only one man who is destined by the fate to save the human race from PRALAYA, even though he is unaware of the purpose of his birth. To accomplish his mission he needs the help and guidance of a small little girl with super natural powers who takes him to DEVI PARASHAKTHI. And he is DEVIPUTRA.

From the makers of DEVI, AAJ KA DEVIPUTRA, is the ULTIMATE POWER of visual computer graphics. Never before seen on Indian screen and perhaps never after.

(From the official press booklet)



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