Anil Sharma Celebrates 37 Years of 'Hukumat,' Recalls Fond Memories

Anil Sharma Celebrates 37 Years of 'Hukumat,' Recalls Fond Memories

Anil Sharma Celebrates 37 Years of 'Hukumat,' Recalls Fond Memories

Anil Sharma, the renowned director behind the iconic film "Hukumat," recently marked a significant milestone as the movie completed 37 years since its release. Taking to social media, Sharma shared a series of pictures and posters from the film, expressing gratitude to his father, producer KC Sharma, for backing the project.

Released on March 27, 1987, "Hukumat" emerged as a major hit of its time, starring the legendary Dharmendra and the talented Rati Agnihotri in lead roles. The film, produced under the banner of Shantketan Films, not only became the highest-grossing Bollywood film of 1987 but also garnered immense praise from critics and audiences alike.

Anil Sharma captioned his post, “37 year back this day…27 march 1987 my film #HUKUMAT RELEASED…biggest HIT of that year .. god was very kind…this film was produced by my father KC Sharma Ji and written and directed by me under banner of #shantketanfilms…great memories with @aapkadharam n entire unit of movie”

In his social media post, Anil Sharma reminisced about the journey of making "Hukumat," highlighting the support and collaboration of the entire team. He fondly recalled working with Dharmendra and the rest of the unit, expressing gratitude for the success and memories created during the filming process.

One of the most remarkable aspects of "Hukumat" is its contribution to Dharmendra's record-breaking year, where he delivered eight successful movies in the same year, a feat that remains unmatched in Bollywood history. This further solidifies the film's place in Indian cinema and its impact on the industry.

"Hukumat" was not just a commercial success but also a film that resonated with audiences across generations. Its timeless appeal and powerful performances continue to be cherished by fans, making it a classic in the realm of Indian cinema.

Furthermore, "Hukumat" also found its place in Tamil cinema, where it was remade as "Puthiya Vaanam," showcasing the universal appeal of its storyline and characters.

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