Release date1957 GenresAction Film, Romance Film, Drama film CastKamini Kaushal, Kishore Sahu, Durga Khote, Agha, Gope Similar moviesChhote Sarkar (1996), Sarkar (2005), Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se (1978)
Bade sarkar jahan jahan khayal rafi geeta
Bade Sarkar (Big Boss) is a 1957 Hindi romantic action drama film, directed by Kishore Sahu. The film was made under the Filmistan banner. O. P. Nayyar composed the music for the film and the lyricist was Sahir Ludhianvi. The film starred Kishore Sahu, Kamini Kaushal, Durga Khote, Agha, Gope and K. N. Singh.
The story told in a flashback by an elderly lady (Kamini Kaushal), involves a masked man called the Black Bandit (Kishore Sahu), who robs the rich in order to help the poor peasants. The masked man turns out to be the cruel Zamindar's (landowner) son.
Bade sarkar 1957 song aa ha ha ha asha
An elderly lady Rashmi (Kamini Kaushal), starts telling her story to a newly married couple she's giving shelter to as their car has broken down. The story in flashback, is set twenty years earlier. The wealthy landowner, Zamindar Mansingh, is oppressive and demanding of the people in his state. Rashmi and her family have just arrived in Gangapur as guests of Mansingh. Rashmi is captured by the dreaded dacoit Black Bandit. The Bandit releases Rashmi but keeps her jewellery. She notices a mark on the bandit's hand, which is also present on Pratap's hand. Pratap is the oldest son of Mansingh, and Rashmi realises that he's the bandit. Pratap also suffers from a heart problem unknown to the others. It's soon revealed that Pratap is the bandit and his father asks him to leave the house. When Pratap has a heart attack, his father relents and hands over the running of the property to him. Rashmi stays by his side and they get married. The flashback ends with the couple asking about Pratap's fate. Pratap is shown opening the gate of the house, returning from a fishing trip, having managed to survive the doctor's prognosis given twenty years back.
K. N. Singh
One of the popular songs was "Jahan Jahan Khayal Jaata Hai" sung by Mohammed Rafi and Geeta Dutt and picturised on Agha and Vijaylaxmi. The music director was O. P. Nayyar, and the lyricist was Sahir Ludhianvi. The playback singing was provided by Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle and Geeta Dutt.