Dharam Veer (1977 film)

Dharam Veer (1977 Film)

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Dharam-Veer is a 1977 Indian Hindi film, produced and directed by Manmohan Desai. It was part of Desai's four big hits of the year based on the "separated and reunited" theme (the others being Parvarish, Chacha Bhatija and Amar Akbar Anthony). The movie stars Dharmendra, Zeenat Aman, Jeetendra, Neetu Singh, Pran, Indrani Mukherjee, Jeevan and Ranjeet. Dharmendra's young son Bobby Deol appears briefly playing the younger version of his father's character.

Dharam-Veer takes place in a mythical kingdom and tells the tale of twin brothers separated at birth who still become best friends when they are older, not knowing that they were real brothers. It also tells about their adventures, Dharam winning the love of a beautiful princess, court intrigues, and has a host of villains which they have to face.

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Maharani Meenakshi is a princess who one day while out hunting is rescued from a handful of attackers by a hunter-warrior Jwala Singh (Pran) who lives alone in the jungle, accompanied only by his pet falcon, Sheroo.

She offers him a reward for saving her life but he only wants her hand in marriage which he had been denied by her father. During the night they are awoken by another tiger and Jwala goes to slay it. The tiger kills a villager and Jwala puts his poncho over him to cover his dead body. He wrestles the tiger and they both fall over a cliff. Tne Princess sees the body of the dead villager and she thinks it is that of Jwala and goes into shock. Her...
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