GHAYAL RETURNS preview –
GHAYAL (WHERE IT ALL ERUPTED) –
Year 1990, was when DHAI KILO KA HATH took birth, okay was DAMINI where it was full blown adult, but GHAYAL was the movie where the idea and process were unearthed. Took the country by storm such was the GHAYAL impact even the sceptics of action movies had to sit back and reflect.
Sunny DEOL and RAJKUMAR Santoshi became slobber knocker ass kiker team who’s movies reflected the youths anger and state of mind at that point of time
GHAYAL , DAMINI and GHATAK a treat for action lovers and still are unmatched when it comes to hardcore fistful action.
Ghayal returns is coming with a heavy baggage of the highly successful 1st part both in terms of box office, critical acclaim and also awards which it swept all whatever form weather FILMFARE or NATIONAL AWARDS.
RELEASE DATE – 8th June 1990
Running time 163 minutes
Cast – sunny DEOL(32 age now 58)
Menakshi sheshadri (52 now)
Om Puri (65 now)
RAJ babbar (63 now)
Maushmi chatterje(67 now)
Anu kapoor (59 now)
Amrish Puri (72 years when passed away in 2005)
Director – RAJ KUMAR Santoshi (55 now)
National award for best movie in wholesome entertainment.
National award for best actor to sunny DEOL
Filmfare awards – it took almost all which mattered.
Box office –
Budget – 17million INR
Total Indian collections – 9.5 crore
Was the 2nd biggest hit but the best commercial movie of that year and one of the best action dramas of Indian cinema.
GHAYAL RETURNS –
After almost 26 years comes the sequel, will it bring back the old glory or will be the same old story which sunny our beloved paaji has been facing at the box office.
Hopefully this time GHAYAL RETURNS will churn out more sequels, solely depends on how audience reacts.
RELEASE DATE – 5th Feb 2016
Budget – 45 crore +approx
Cast – sunny deol
Soha Ali Khan
And AMRISH PURI in flashback
Director – sunny deol
Producer – DHARMENDRA
If it gets half the appreciation of its predecessor it will be a grate achievement also personal satisfaction to millions of action buffs who swear by the era of REAL MARD’S were ROUGH AND TOUGH