Four reasons to not miss this 1986 action blockbuster on Sony MAX2
Bollywood has never failed to serve its audiences two things the fans love the most in movies – Action and Drama! This Dharmendra and Sunny Deol, 1986 starrer- Sultanat packs in a lot of it along with a dash of suspense laced with foot-tapping music. Journeying into the era of the Sultans, Sony MAX2 brings to you an evening filled with an adventure ride as this legendary movie owes its unforgettable charm to the stellar performances, gripping storyline and phenomenal direction by Mukul S. Anand. This riveting tale of separation, loyalty, revenge, and love tops our list of must watch movies.
Here are some reasons to not miss out on this 1986 action blockbuster:
The first of many for Dharmendra and Sunny Deol’s father-son duo: This landmark film is the first time the talented father-son duo of Dharmendra and Sunny Deol graced the silver screen together in the same movie, playing prominent characters. Much celebrated for this star combo, the movie is also the debut of Karan Kapoor, son of Shashi Kapoor and Bollywood’s golden girl Juhi Chawla!
Star-studded line-up of our Bollywood favourites: Apart from the iconic father-son duo, Dharmendra and Sunny Deol, the film also stars Bollywood legends like Shakti Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Tom Alter and the evergreen Sridevi adorning the screen with their remarkable performances. Witnessing all these characters together is undoubtedly a treat for any Bollywood buff!
Riveting storyline will make you want more: This love saga revolves around Sultan, the bravest warrior in his town. He is on a journey to win the love of his life, Yasmin. However, his life turns upside-down when his father is killed by a general who he then swears revenge against. The perfect mix of romance and action and will keep you hooked till the very end of the movie.
Soulful tunes and Sridevi’s graceful moves: Intertwined with intense action scenes are the melodious songs of this blockbuster movie. The viewers are sure to sway along with Sridevi’s graceful moves and the Kalyanji–Anandji’s exemplary tracks. A few among the many harmonies are- "Yaara Dilbar Dildaara Kitna Hai Pyara Pyara", "Kya Hoon Main Tu Jaane Na, Mujhe Tu Pehchane Na", immortalizing the voices of Asha Bhosle, Shabbir Kumar, Suresh Wadkar and Sadhana Sargam.
If you haven’t watched the film yet, catch it on Sony MAX2 nostalgia movie of the month on 28th May at 7 PM.