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     1'''Sagar''' 
     2 
     3 
     4aka Saagar 
     51985 215’ col/scope Hindi 
     6d Ramesh Sippy pc United Producers, Sippy 
     7Films p G.P. Sippy s/lyr Javed Akhtar 
     8c S.M. Anwar m R.D. Burman 
     9lp Rishi Kapoor, Kamalahasan, Dimple 
     10Kapadia, Nadira, Saeed Jaffrey, Madhur 
     11Jaffrey, A.K. Hangal, Shafi Inamdar 
     12Sippy pays homage to Raj Kapoor’s Bobby 
     13(1973) in recasting its famous teenaged lead 
     14pair while celebrating Dimple Kapadia’s return 
     15to films. Set in a coastal fishing community, 
     16Raja (Kamalahasan) loves childhood 
     17sweetheart Mona (Kapadia), but she falls for 
     18Ravi (Kapoor), heir to the industrial house 
     19controlled by his autocratic grandmother 
     20(M. Jaffrey, noted author of Indian cookbooks). 
     21The family’s trawler business is set to ruin the 
     22fisherfolk, mapping a love triangle onto class 
     23differences. In the end, Raja sacrifices himself. 
     24Kamalahasan, in his last major film appearance 
     25in a Bombay-production, often quotes Chaplin 
     26in a tragi-comic performance. 
     27Samandaram 
     28aka Parallel 
     291985 117’ col Malayalam 
     30d/sc John C. Shankaramangalam pc Sudarshan 
     31st Ms M. Shankaramangalam c Prabhat Parida, 
     32Santosh Sivan m Jerry Amaldev 
     33lp Soorya, Babu Namboodiri, Sai Das, Balan K. 
     34Nair, T.R.K. Menon, Mathews, Leela Panicker 
     35A film by the dean of the FTII warning against 
     36student romances. The university student Susan 
     37notices disturbing signs of cowardice in her 
     38boyfriend Jose but marries him anyway. He 
     39turns into a brutal business executive and a 
     40wife-beater. The husband’s deterioration is 
     41further emphasised in contrast with communist 
     42radical Mohan, Susan’s former hero. After 
     43suffering her husband’s brutalities as long as 
     44she can bear, she finally plucks up the courage 
     45to to films. Set in a coastal fishing community, 
     46Raja (Kamalahasan) loves childhood 
     47sweetheart Mona (Kapadia), but she falls for 
     48Ravi (Kapoor), heir to the industrial house 
     49controlled by his autocratic grandmother 
     50(M. Jaffrey, noted author of Indian cookbooks). 
     51The family’s trawler business is set to ruin the 
     52fisherfolk, mapping a love triangle onto class 
     53differences. In the end, Raja sacrifices himself. 
     54Kamalahasan, in his last major film appearance 
     55in a Bombay-production, often quotes Chaplin 
     56in a tragi-comic performance. 
     57 
     58[[Film]]