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Director  L. V. Prasad
Duration  
Running time  2h 32m
Country  India
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Adventure, Drama
Release date  November 11, 1977 (India)
Music director  Rajesh Roshan
Language  Hindi
Jay Vejay1977 Jeetendra Reena Roy Bindiya Goswami Om Shivpuri
Release date  January 1, 1977 (1977-01-01) (India)
Writer  B.V. Acharya (story), K.B. Pathak (dialogue), L.V. Prasad (screenplay), K.V. Srinivasan (screenplay)
Screenplay  L. V. Prasad, K.B. Pathak, K.V. Srinivasan
Cast  Jeetendra (Garibon Ka Dost), Reena Roy (Maharani Ambika), Bindiya Goswami (Rajkumari Padmavati), Satyendra Kapoor (Shambu), Om Shivpuri (Maharaj Dharampal Singh)
Similar movies  Reena Roy and others appear in Jay Vejay and Bhookh

Jay Vejay is a 1977 Bollywood folk film produced & directed by L. V. Prasad on Prasad Productions Pvt Ltd banner. Starring Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Bindiya Goswami, Prem Krishan in the lead roles and music composed by Rajesh Roshan. The film is a remake of Telugu Movie Chikkadu Dorakadu (1967), starring N.T.Rama Rao, Kanta Rao, Jayalalithaa, Krishna Kumari in pivotal roles.

Contents

5 Classic Film Performances Remixed for Dhoom Tana Om Shanti Om

Plot

Jay Vejay Full Movie Jeetendra Reena Roy Action Bollywood

When the rulers of Malwa, Pushpapuri and Panchal find out that their respective kingdoms are under attack by Jung forces, they consolidate their wealth, hide it underground surrounded by 3 statutes of Hindu Deities, and hide its location in 3 different necklaces. The necklaces are then handed over from generation to generation of their respective queens. 200 years later, Shamsher Jung attacks and takes over the kingdom of Malwa, forcing Maharaj Dharampal Singh to flee, and he is separated from his wife, and two sons, Jay and Vijay. Years later, Dharampal is still in hiding away from his wife. Jay has been brought by a bandit named Bhavani Singh, and is now known and feared as Sher Singh; Vijay is the Senapati of none other than Malwa's Maharaj, Diler Jung, the son of Shamsher. Everyone's path will collide, albeit unknowingly, when they confront each other and race to be the first to take possession of the hidden wealth.

Trivia

A clip from this film featuring Jeetendra is used in the song "Dhoom Taana" (Om Shanti Om)



References

Jay Vejay Wikipedia
Jay Vejay IMDb


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