Dharma Karma

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Dharma Karma
File:Dharma Karma.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRavi Varma
Produced byGyanchand Chauhan
Shamjee B. Patel
Written byRavi Varma
Nawaab Arzoo (lyrics)
Rahul Roy
Rohit Kumar
Eva Grover
Upasana Singh
Music byBappi Lahiri
CinematographyHusain Shaikh
Edited byMukesh Shrivastav
Prince Pictures[1]
Release date
  • 25 September 1997 (1997-09-25)

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) is a 1997 Hindi-language action film, produced by Gyanchand Chauhan & Shamjee B. Patel on Prince Pictures banner[2] and directed by Ravi Varma.[3] Starring Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Rahul Roy, Rohit Kumar, Upasana Singh, Eva Grover, Trishna, in the lead roles[4] and music composed by Bappi Lahiri.[5]


Shiva Kapoor (Jeetendra) is an assertive and honest young man and has the tendency to help people in need, which gets him to come to the rescue of a man who was being assaulted by hired goons. Frustrated by Shiva, the goons report this incident to their bosses, Iqbal Supariwala (Puneet Issar) and Nandu Solanki (Mohan Joshi), together they implicate Shiva in a web of lies and deceit and have him arrested and imprisoned. After serving his sentence, Shiva vows to avenge this humiliation, and assumes the guise of a bearded male and calls himself Karma. He gets to meet Dharma (Dharmendra), another young man, who has been the target of Supariwala and Solanki, and together they join forces to combat the gangsters. Unrelated to this saga of vengeance is the story of Dharma's brother, who is in love with the same woman as Kumar (Rahul Roy) is, and a heartbroken Kumar has sworn to kill Dharma's brother and anyone else who dares to stand in his way.


  • Dharmendra as Major Dharam Singh
  • Jeetendra as Shiva Kapoor / Karma
  • Rahul Roy as Kumar
  • Rohit Kumar
  • Puneet Issar as Iqbal Supariwala
  • Mohan Joshi as Nandu Solanki
  • Gajendra Chauhan
  • Dan Dhanoa
  • Rajesh Shringarpore
  • Upasana Singh
  • Eva Grover
  • Trishna
  • Bappi Lahiri as a special appearance in the song "Haba Habila"


The song Haba Habila was adopted from an Israeli folk song (Hebrew: הבה נגילה, Havah Nagilah, "Let us rejoice") is traditionally sung at Jewish celebrations.

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Alag Alag Nahi Rehna" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Teri Naukri Ne" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
3 "Roothona Jane Tamana" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
4 "Mujhe Chand Taaron" Vinod Rathod, Kavita Krishnamurthy
5 "Habila Habila" Bappi Lahiri, Suchitra Krishnamurthy
6 "Dharma Karma" Vinod Rathod, Poornima
7 "Jai Maa Ambe" Vinod Rathod



  1. "Dharma Karma (Overview)". IMDb.
  2. "Dharma Karma (Banner)". Osianama.
  3. "Dharma Karma (Direction)". Muvyz.
  4. "Dharma Karma (Cast & Crew)". gomolo.
  5. "Movie Overview". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 16 December 2015.
  6. "Songs". Webmusic.

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