Story, Synopsis, Trivia, Dialogues for Alaap (1977)

Alaap is a 1977 Indian Bollywood musical film released on Jan 01, 1977. The film is directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, produced by Hrishikesh Mukherjee , music composed by Jaidev.

Alok (Amitabh Bachchan) an individual with a passion for singing, fights with his autocratic & dominating dad, Trilokiprasad, a municipality Chairman (Om Prakash), who feels that Alok is ruining his life with his so called friend from the slums. Trilokiprasad wants Alok to take up some decent job or help his brother in his profession. But Alok is least interested in such jobs. At one point, the differences between two grow to such an extent that Alok renounces his fathers house and decides to become a tanga puller, to make his father realize that the people belonging to lower caste & creed and some of his friends who come from that category of society are also human beings like them & just being poor doesn't make them bad or a cheat. But the stubborn and commanding nature of Trilokiprasad doesn't let him realise, that his point view is incorrect, he should relent & give up his adamant wish, even the condition of Alok doesn't remain hale & hearty, the meagre income which he earns & the growing expense & responsibility of his wife & kid deteriorates his health & he gets some serious disease & this infuses feeling of compassion for his son & Triloki Prasad realises that whatever he is doing, is incorrect & he surrenders to Alok's wish.

Tells of the clash of values, conflict between tow generations and the harsh realities of materialisstic world to which the hero succumbs. Aloke leaves his fathers house when he orders him to pratice law in preference to his (Alokes) love for music. Aloke does all odd jobs to make a living. His much-chastened father Trilokprasad comes to take back home his son only to find his widowed daughter-in-law and his grandson the life which was deprived to her husband. Check out this page for more updates on Alaap.

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