Director: M.S. Sathyu; Writer: N. Rama Swamy, Javed Siddiqui; Producer: G.N. Lakshmipathy; Cinematographer: Ashok Gunjal; Editor: Chakraborthi; Cast: C.R. Simha, Shivaram, MacMohan, Manjula, Paula Lindsay, Ram Prakash, Padma Shri, Uma Sivakumar
Duration: 02:08:41; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 326.617; Saturation: 0.108; Lightness: 0.395; Volume: 0.130; Cuts per Minute: 8.936
Summary: A crazy comedy using the conventions of mainstream Hindi cinema and set on a mythical island, Gajadweepa. The plot features crooked politicians and revolves around a gangster, Thimmaya alias T.K., ensconced in a home for the blind to cover up his criminal activities, and a popular film star Gajasimha (Simha). The star keeps escaping the traps set for him and becomes a successful politician. Good guys Avinash, a karate expert, and Mary (Lindsay), a foreign secret agent, take on the villains. Director Sathyu, better known for his poignant Partition drama Garam Hawa (1973), uses an idiom associated mainly with his stage career at IPTA.