Badshah (King of Kings)
Nav Kala Niketan Pvt. Ltd. (1964)
Producer: Ramesh Vyas
Music: N. Dutta
Action: M.H. Douglas (Master Douglas)
Cast: Dara Singh, Nishi, Tiwari, Rani, Shakila Banu Bhopali, Prince Kumali, Tiger Jodinder Singh, Saudagar Singh, Al-Rod Goa, Hardeep Singh, Suchha Singh, Pratap Singh, Trilok Singh, Keshov, Rajan Haksar, Radhyshyam, Kammo, Uma Khosla, Rafia Sultana, Aruna, Khurshid Khan, D. Rajkumar, Mohammad Sandow.
Plot: Legend has it that the 50th ruler of the kingdom of Habalu will be bestowed with diving powers, thus the wicked sorcerer Salakas (Tiwari) dreams of attaining that position. He attacks the kingdom, throws the queen in prison and takes on the role as ruler of Habalu. But he does not realize that the queen’s infant son had been safely sent away during the siege.
Years later, in a nearby village lives a handsome lad named Raaka (Dara Singh) who has superhuman strength. When Salakas kidnaps a village belle, Sheba (Nishi), his chariot almost runs over a small boy who is rescued by Raaka. Salakas is impressed by the man’s power and invites him to the palace to battle the royal wrestler (Prince Kumali).
When Raaka learns that Sheba is being held against her will, he helps her escape and the two eventually fall head over heals.
Salakas visits Salomi (Rani), a beautiful witch who lives under the palace in a magic lair. Salomi informs Salakas that Raaka is the now grown son of the queen and the true 50th ruler of Habalu. She suggests that if Salakas can lure Raaka to her lair, she can use her magical skills to tame him so that he is no longer a threat. The royal henchmen abduct Sheba, taking her to the palace, which causes Raaka to follow, and they both end up in the lair of the witch.