- This is article about the film. For the monster, visit Gogola.
An action packed story of a sea-monster with thrills, suspense and what not?
Gogola is an Indian giant monster film produced and distributed by Indra Dhanush Films. The country's sole entry in the genre, it was released to theaters in 1966. It is now considered a lost film, with only stills, a censor script, and the soundtrack still available.
Plot[edit | edit source]
A group of teenagers holding a beach party witness a giant reptilian monster, Gogola, emerge from the ocean. They inform the Mumbai police, who refuse to believe them until more eyewitnesses come forward. Gogola soon makes landfall and attacks Mumbai, prompting a military response. Tanks and planes drive him back into the sea, then break off the attack out of concern that they lack jurisdiction. Undaunted, the monster soon returns.
The scientist father of Asha, one of the teenagers who first sighted Gogola, prepares a poison to destroy the menace. Kumar, another witness, volunteers to administer the poison underwater, while his rival Lacchoo plots to kill him, claim Asha for his own, and take credit for Gogola's destruction.
Staff[edit | edit source]
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Balwant B Dave
- Produced by T.M. Rai
- Music by Rai & Frank
- Special effects by Balwant B Dave
Cast[edit | edit source]
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Azaad Irani as Kumar
- Nayam Palli as Asha
- Bhale Rao
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
Weapons, vehicles and races[edit | edit source]
Production[edit | edit source]
The Gogola suit was constructed by practical effects specialist D.S. Malvankar and inhabited by at least two actors.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Gogola (film)/Gallery.
Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Gogola (film)/Soundtrack.
Theatrical releases[edit | edit source]
- India - 1966
Videos[edit | edit source]
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References[edit | edit source]
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