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Jai Radhe Krishna (1974)

  • GenreMythologicals
  • FormatB-W
  • LanguageHindi
  • Length3610.96 meters
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate NumberU-76366-MUM
  • Certificate Date05/11/1974
  • Shooting LocationBasant Studio, Jyoti Studio

To eschew violence, cruelty and to rid the earth of sinful men and tyrants, Lord Sachidananda appears among us in various forms as the Redeemer. 
One such re-incarnation form was Lord Krishna-born unto Yashoda in Gokul. His consort Radha had also taken birth and in course of time they recognised each other. Tyrant Kans sent several of his Rakshashas to slay the Lord but they themselves were destroyed.

Meanwhile, love grew between Radha & Krishna to such an extent that people began casting suspect eyes towards them. They were accused of illicit relationship. Radha's father was forced to marry her off with Anaya.

Inspite of her marriage, Radha remained attached to Krishna. Anaya was furious with jealousy and tried to kill Krishna with his magical fire but he was reduced to ashes instead.

Kans was now driven to panic. So Narada advised him to call Krishna to Mathura City and have him matched with the best of Rakshashas Chanar & Mushtik.

Witness this great mythological combat in which the Rakshashas were destroyed and Kans was sent to Hades, in the great musical mythological opus- "Jai Radhe Krishna".

(From the official press booklet)