Highest Grossing Film Of 1976: In the 70s, many films were seen in theatres. That was the era of multi-starrer films, which were very much liked by the audience. One of those films was ‘Nagin’ which got a lot of love from the audience, and this film is still very famous among the people.
New Delhi. The film ‘Nagin’, which was released in theaters on January 16, 1976, was so loved by the audience that it became a hit at the box office as soon as it was released. This film starring Sunil Dutt, Firoz Khan, Sanjay Khan, Rekha, Mumtaz, Jitendra, Reena Roy, Kabir Bedi, Vinod Mehra, Anil Dhawan, Neelam Mehra and Yogita Bali became the highest grossing film of the year 1976.
The craze for this film is still visible among people. Starting from the story of the film, all its songs also became very popular among the people. This film was produced and directed by Rajkumar Kohli under the Shankar Movies banner. This film, starring many stars, is still remembered for Reena Roy, in which she played the role of a serpent. The music of this film was composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.
This was the film which made Reena Roy an overnight star. After this film, Reena Roy’s luck changed and after that Reena had a line of films. According to media reports, the makers spent around Rs 1 crore 40 lakh in making this film and its total worldwide earning at the box office was around Rs 7 crore.
The story of this film is about a snake and a snake, in which Sunil Dutt in the character of Vijay goes into the forest with his friends in search of the snake, which after some time takes the form of a human. Vijay also gets success in this, but at the same time, Vijay’s friend shoots at the snake (Jitendra), due to which the snake dies.
Meanwhile, Naagin (Reena Roy) captures in her eyes the image of Vijay along with all the people who were present there at that time and later the same Naagin kills everyone one by one to avenge the death of her Naagin. Takes. This film was liked a lot by the audience and critics also praised this film a lot.