Rahul Dev Burman
| Narendra Bedi|
| 12 February 1982|
Feroz Khan (Nephew of Kamal Singh), Reena Roy (Rani), Danny Denzongpa (Arjun), Aruna Irani (Ganga), Shakti Kapoor
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Kachche Heere Wikipedia
Kachche Heere is a 1981 Bollywood Hindi Action film directed by Narender Bedi and starring Feroz Khan, Reena Roy, Danny Denzongpa, Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor. The movie was produced by Netra Pal Singh and the music was composed by Rahul Dev Burman. The film was some what a sequel the 1974 Blockbuster Khote Sikkay. The film had the same star cast and almost exact storyline . A few changes were that Ranjeet was replaced by Shakti Kapoor.
The dacoits of Chambal, had some heinous characters like Lukka Singh Thakur, who not only looted, but were party to feuds amongst the ruling class to their own benefit, and one such feud was the killing of Feroz Khan’s family as bounty for Kamal Singh Thakur, played by Kamal Kapoor, who supplied arms to the dacoits. After getting his brother killed by dacoits he wanted to get his nephew sacrificed at the altar of Goddess Durga, the main deity of rural Madhya Pradesh, and hands him over to Dilawar Singh. Dilawar Singh does not kill the child, dissuaded by his wife, who warns him of such Blasphemy, and thus they leave the village to bring up the child as their own, who is no other than Feroz Khan, called Ajnabi, or stranger throughout the movie.
Five petty thieves, Narendra Nath as Jaggu, Danny Denzongpa as Arjun, Shakti Kapoor as Salim, Sudhir (Indian Actor) as Bhaggu, Kanwar Ajit Deol as Tau Pahelwan, loot Prakash Mehra’s house as fake Income tax officers, stuff the loot in a red suitcase and hide it underground a tree in a village, in which they take refuge with the police hot on their heals. Here they undergo reformation, seeing the plight of the villagers under the atrocities of dacoit Lukka and his gang played by Dev Kumar.
Feroz Khan is told by Dilawar Singh that he is the real owner of the Thakur properties and gives him a Swastika locket on a neck chain as his family heirloom, as well as tells him that he has hidden the papers related to his real identity in a box, near the same place that the five thieves had hidden their loot.
Along with Feroz Khan, the five friends save the village from Lukka Singh who is killed in the end. Ganga Aruna Irani forms the love interest of Danny, Rani Reena Roy of Feroz Khan and Komilla Wirk of Tau. Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor die in the battle that ensues with the dacoits. The film resolves into Prakash Mehra getting back his wealth and all the friends settled as good citizens under law, thus showing the various humane angles that reform people.Chadhti Jawani - Asha Bhosle
Haare Na Insaan - Kishore Kumar
Kaanta lagao re - Lata Mangeshkar
Mere Jhumke ke - Asha Bhosle
Kachche Heere Music - 1& 2
Feroz Khan as Kamal Singh's Nephew
Reena Roy as Rani
Danny Denzongpa as Arjun
Aruna Irani as Ganga
Shakti Kapoor as Salim
Sudhir (Indian Actor) as Bhaggu
Jankidas as Lala Jankidas
Kamal Kapoor as Kamal Singh Thakur
Prakash Mehra as himself
Dev Kumar as Lukka Singh Thakur
Viju Khote as Kaaliya
Shubha Khote as Shobha
Paintal as Ramu
Narendra Nath as Jaggu
Mac Mohan as False Income Tax Officer
Dev Kumar as Lukka Singh Thakur