Starring: Jaya Prada, Mohan Joshi, Tej Sapru, Asrani,
Milind Gunaji, Vijayendra Ghatge, Razzak Khan
Director - Atul
Directed by Atul and produced by his brother Amit
Shrivastav College Campus is about the wayward students
in a college campus. This is one college, where its
students don’t care a damn about studies, and so it
faces a survival crisis when its land lease ends.
Shot in the campus of Atharva College, in Ratnagiri,
Govind Namdeo is a Retd. Colonel and principal of the
college who wants to change the bad image of his
college. Mushtaque Khan is playing the chaprasi.
The businessman arrives with
police and the court order.
What happens thereafter? Does the principal manage to save the college?
What about the wayward students?
The climax answers these questions.
Jaya Prada - Special Apperance
Mohan Joshi - Businessman
Ramnitu Chaudhry - student
Mukesh Rishi - Police Officer
Govind Namdev - Principal
This is one college where
students do not attend classes at all. Instead, they do
all the bad things like consuming liquor and drugs, or
fighting among themselves. Sincere efforts of the college
principal Govind Namdeo fail to discipline the students.
Taking advantage of this reputation of the state of
affairs in the college, its land owner played by Mohan
Joshi who has given his land to the college on lease
strikes a deal with a private developer and wants to sell
off the college land. It is simple that he wants to have
his land back easily as the lease is coming to an end.
The businessman also involves a needy girl in an MMS
scandal, so as to tarnish the image of the college as it
is it was under controversy.
A local police
officer (Mukesh Rishi) who sympathizes with the students
becomes aware about the plan and so he persuades the
principal to take matters in his own hands, to save the
closure, all the students forget their differences and
support the principal. They even sit on a dharna outside
the college in spite of a court order ending the land
lease. Mohan Joshi’s daughter played by Ramneetu Chaudhri
is also a student who is introduced as heroine in this
Seasoned actors Mukesh Rishi,
Govind Namdev, Mushtaque Khan and Mohan Joshi have carried
the film on their shoulders. Jaya Prada, in a special
appearance, does a fair job.
There is one memorable
number by Udit Narayan in "Ishq Mein Rusvaai Bhi manzoor
Hai" and one by Sunidhi Chauhan. Surprisingly, its editing
by Govind Dalwadi is above par.
The script of this film has a message that if the
misguided students get proper guidance from the elders and
if the power system also understands their problems, then
the new India will have a good time in the future.
Credits & Crew:
Director - Atul
Producer - Amit Shrivastav
Banner - Vidya Movies
Music Director - Atul
Story Writer - Bhooshan Kumar
Lyricist: Saahil Sultanpuri, Rakesh Nirala, Kishor
Cinematography - Nazir Khan
Editor - Govind Dalwadi
Art Director - Babloo Gupta
Action Director - Gurubachan Singh
Sound Designer - Satish Sawant
Choreographer - Jojo Khan, Dilip Mistry, James, Sailesh