Zarak (1956) 1080p YIFY Movie

Zarak (1956) 1080p

On the mountainous frontier between British India and Afghanistan, circa 1860s, Zarak Khan kisses Salma, the youngest wife of his father, Haji Khan. Outraged, his father orders Zarak to be flogged to death but spares his life at the urging of an elderly Mullah. Zarak now leaves his village and becomes a notorious outlaw, prompting the British to assign a Major Ingram to capture him. Zarak and Ingram have several encounters, developing a grudging respect for each other. When Ingram is captured by Ahmad, one of Zarak's rivals, Zarak risks his life to save the British officer.

IMDB: 5.41 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.60G
  • Resolution: 1920*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 99
  • IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 12

The Synopsis for Zarak (1956) 1080p

On the mountainous frontier between British India and Afghanistan, circa 1860s, Zarak Khan kisses Salma, the youngest wife of his father, Haji Khan. Outraged, his father orders Zarak to be flogged to death but spares his life at the urging of an elderly Mullah. Zarak now leaves his village and becomes a notorious outlaw, prompting the British to assign a Major Ingram to capture him. Zarak and Ingram have several encounters, developing a grudging respect for each other. When Ingram is captured by Ahmad, one of Zarak's rivals, Zarak risks his life to save the British officer.


The Director and Players for Zarak (1956) 1080p

[Director]Terence Young
[Role:]Victor Mature
[Role:]Bonar Colleano
[Role:]Michael Wilding
[Role:]Anita Ekberg


The Reviews for Zarak (1956) 1080p


In India's Sunny ClimeReviewed bybkoganbingVote: 5/10

Victor Mature puts on a turban and grows a beard to star as the title character in Zarak. It's the story of the eldest son of a clan chief who betrays his father with the father's youngest bride played by the Swedish Anita Ekberg. Just another case of an obviously Cauacasian woman playing an exotic Oriental and just by looks not carrying it off too well. Still she does what she can, Maureen O'Hara knew best of all how Anita felt cast in something like Zarak.

After being banished from the tribe, Mature becomes a bandit chief and the scourge of the territory in what is now Pakistan. Michael Wilding is sent to bring in Mature dead or alive, but other tribes are starting to get restless.

It maybe set in what was the real India then, but Zarak plays like an eastern western. Finlay Currie plays a mullah who pops in and out of the film at critical points in our protagonist's life. He's quite the saintly figure, more like a Christian saint than a Moslem one.

All in all a routine action film that fans of Victor Mature will appreciate.

ganesha talkiesReviewed bysrikspVote: 7/10

saw this movie at ganesha talkies in mysore,india(1957). was a big fan of victor mature those days.i think it was a big hit in india.in my opinion this movie was much better than the spielberg creations like(the raiders series).

Jolly good adventure story let down by wooden actors...Reviewed byCinemaSerfVote: 7/10

This is probably one of my favourite Victor Mature movies. This time he is the naughty "Zarak Khan" out to cause mischief to the British authorities in the Northwest Province of India after he is cast out by his father (for kissing his young wife "Salma" (Anita Ekberg)). Eventually, the Raj dispatch Michael Wilding ("Maj. Ingram") to lead the detachment charged with apprehending him. After a few skirmishes; with each having and losing the upper hand, they begin to develop a certain respect for each other that proves dangerous for both men. It's got plenty of colourful costumes and theatrically staged fighting but it is stodgy and repetitive in it's delivery; the story recycles itself just once to often as we head towards the only certainty of an ending that history allows. Ekberg is at her smouldering best - though there is, inexplicably, a dreadful song in the middle about climbing a wall... (least said, methinks) - but only features sparingly together with a rather curiously cast Finlay Currie as the "Mullah" and Bernard Miles as the one-eyed "Hassu" and they cannot really do enough to rescue this film from mediocrity. Still, I rather enjoyed it and if you like your boys-own stories like "The Drum" (1938) and "Kim" (1950) then you could do worse than give this 100 minutes of your time.

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