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'''''Gogola''''' is a Bollywood monster film from 1966 based on another monster film, '''Gojira'''. It is suspected to be the only monster movie to come from Bollywood.<ref>[http://pedrotheapebomb.wordpress.com/2012/05/06/fun-with-filmi-ads-the-bollywood-godzilla-gogola/ Wordpress article with some background information.] Retrieved 19 Mar '16.</ref>
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'''''Gogola''''' is a Bollywood monster film from 1966 based on another monster film, '''Gojira'''. It is suspected to be the only monster movie to come from Bollywood.<ref>[http://pedrotheapebomb.wordpress.com/2012/05/06/fun-with-filmi-ads-the-bollywood-godzilla-gogola/ WordPress article with some background information.] Retrieved 19 Mar '16.</ref>
  
 
The movie starts with a group of teens seeing the titular monster and running to the police, who refuse to believe them. No one listens to them until the monster comes ashore and destroys a city. Nothing can stop it, and it trashes the city before going back to the sea. A scientist discovers a poison that can destroy the monster and goes against the wishes of his lover to kill it. His rival follows him and kills him, planning to steal the fame and the girlfriend. Gogola kills him before succumbing to the lethal poison.
 
The movie starts with a group of teens seeing the titular monster and running to the police, who refuse to believe them. No one listens to them until the monster comes ashore and destroys a city. Nothing can stop it, and it trashes the city before going back to the sea. A scientist discovers a poison that can destroy the monster and goes against the wishes of his lover to kill it. His rival follows him and kills him, planning to steal the fame and the girlfriend. Gogola kills him before succumbing to the lethal poison.
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There is almost no information about this movie online, and there are no known copies of the film. All that has survived is the soundtrack.<ref>[http://www.saavn.com/s/album/hindi/Gogola-1966/xIanZAMSVeA_ The soundtrack of the film.] Retrieved 19 Mar '16.</ref>
 
There is almost no information about this movie online, and there are no known copies of the film. All that has survived is the soundtrack.<ref>[http://www.saavn.com/s/album/hindi/Gogola-1966/xIanZAMSVeA_ The soundtrack of the film.] Retrieved 19 Mar '16.</ref>
  
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File:Gogola1.jpg|thumb|The poster used to advertise the movie.
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==See Also==
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*[[Space Monster Wangmagwi (lost South Korean kaiju film; 1967)]]
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*[[Wolfman vs. Godzilla (partially found footage from unfinished fan film; 1981)]]
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*[[Gojira (lost deleted scene of Kaiju movie; 1954)]]
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*[[Batman Meets Godzilla (lost Japanese film treatment of unproduced crossover film; 1960s)]]
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*[[King Kong Appears in Edo (lost Japanese monster film; 1938)]]
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*[[Wasei Kingu Kongu (lost silent Japanese short; 1933)]]
 
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Revision as of 18:37, 17 May 2021

Gogola.jpg

Promotional poster for the film.

Status: Lost

Gogola is a Bollywood monster film from 1966 based on another monster film, Gojira. It is suspected to be the only monster movie to come from Bollywood.[1]

The movie starts with a group of teens seeing the titular monster and running to the police, who refuse to believe them. No one listens to them until the monster comes ashore and destroys a city. Nothing can stop it, and it trashes the city before going back to the sea. A scientist discovers a poison that can destroy the monster and goes against the wishes of his lover to kill it. His rival follows him and kills him, planning to steal the fame and the girlfriend. Gogola kills him before succumbing to the lethal poison.

There is almost no information about this movie online, and there are no known copies of the film. All that has survived is the soundtrack.[2]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The song "Nacho Nacho Gogola" from the film.
The film's official soundtrack


See Also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]