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Bindiya Chamkegi (1984)

  • Release Date1984
  • GenreComedy, Family
  • FormatColor
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time139 mins
  • Length4212.95 metres
  • Number of Reels16
  • Gauge35mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate Number084
  • Certificate Date20/10/1983
  • Shooting LocationFilmistan Studios, Natraj Studios, Essel Studios, Chandivali Studios

After more than a decade, Guru Dutt Films Private Limited once again adds to its evergreen history a new entertainer-BINDIYA CHAMKEGI.

It has Bindiya (Rekha). A woman in a man's world, who swings her lathi against the injustice of botleggers-while on the other hand sells ticket in black as a business.

It has Inspector Vijay Kumar (Amjad) A cop in search! In search of his father's killer and the kidnapper of his little sister. In search of a voice and the villain that owns it.

It has ShyamKapoor (VinodMehra) A woman hater. An alchoholic shipping magnet who has just one aim, to get his younger sister married. But Shalu (ShomaAnand) has made her decision, she will marry only if Shyam settles down first.

Shyam's friend Ranjit (Mazhar Khan) advices him to do a temporary contract marriage and Bindiya is brought into his home to play the role of his wife.

Bindiya's presence brings laughter and happiness back into Shyam's home. While playing the role of a husband and wife, the strained relations of the lathi yielding Bindiya and the woman hating Shyam, slowly turns into love. But reality is shattered again. Cruel fate become a barrier and a misunderstanding separates the two lovers.

By the time Shyam realises his mistake he has lost everything he had ever possessed. His home, his wealth and also Bindiya.

Now all this is in hands of the killer who owns the voice Vijay is in search of.

Can Vijay find his fathers killer?
Does Bindiya unite with Shyam?
Who is responsible for Shyam's down fall?
Does Vijay find his lost sister?

Find the answer to these questions in a action packed family drama which brings tears along with a smile in Guru Dutt Films Privat Limited's "BINDIYA CHAMKEGI".

[from the official press booklet]