Golmaal Rupam Chitra presentation ; directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee ; produced by N.C. Sippy & Hrishikesh Mukherjee.viedorecording
Contributor(s): Sippy, N C | Dutt, Utpal | Prakash, Om | Mukherji, Kesto | Verma, Deven | Goswami, Bindiya | Palekar, Amol | Burman, Rahul Dev | Rupam Chitra (Firm) | Shemaroo Video (Firm).Material type: Visual materialPublisher: Mumbai Shemaroo Entertainment 1979Description: 1 videodisc of (ca. 168 min.) sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Gol maal [Title appears on item as:] | Gol maal [Parallel title on disc:].Subject(s): Mistaken identity -- India -- DramaDDC classification: 791.4372
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Originally produced as motion picture in 1979
Music, R.D. Burman ; story, Sailesh Dey ; screenplay, Sachin Bhowmick ; dialogue, Rahi Masoom Raza ; editor, Subhash Gupta.
Amol Palekar, Bindiya Goswami, Utpal Dutt, Deven Verma, Kesto Mukherji, Om Prakash.
Unemployed Ramprasad Sharma is told by Doctor Mama that if he alters his manner of speaking, and wearing clothes, he could land himself a job. Ramprasad does so, and gets employed in a firm run by traditional and orthodox Bhavani Shankar. Problems crop up for Ramprasad when Bhavani finds out that he is leading a double life, so Ramprasad creates a fictional brother named Laxman. The problem does not get resolved, as Bhavani's daughter falls in love with Laxman, and Bhavani wants her to marry Ramprasad. In order to finalize this marriage, Bhavani goes to visit Ramprasad's residence, and meets his mother and sister, and that's when the fun begins for Ramprasad lives with his sister only, leaving the hapless and confused Bhavani, to even more haplessness and confusion.
In Hindi with English subtitles.
Filmfare Award winner for best actor, Amol Palekar ; best comedian, Utpal Dutt.