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What is the first Bollywood film to have sequel or prequel ?

The oldest i got to found out is Nigahen: Nagina Part II. But i think there should be more older then this.

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Personally I don't think this is a useful question, we've had questions about Hollywood sequels, now it's Bollywood, next it'll be UK cinema, or French/German/Chinese films. IMHO I don't think the answer (if found) adds a lot of value other than general interest. –  Liath Jul 12 '13 at 15:57
    
@Liath Bollywood is a big industry and this kind of question can be interest of larger group and even first Hollywood sequel can be found over googling but this is not that easy and i failed to got the answer. –  Ankit Sharma Jul 13 '13 at 14:27
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Fair enough - hopefully you'll get an answer! –  Liath Jul 13 '13 at 19:04

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Suraksha from 1979 stars Mithun Chakraborty (as Gunmaster G9, a Hindi James Bond-type) that was followed by the sequel Wardat in 1981.

Videsh 1977 part 1 and Agent Vinod 1977 part 2 both contain Mahendra Sandhu as Agent Vinod.

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I'm not sure how this answers the question. There isn't much context here to go with. Can you expound on your answer to provide more insight? –  Paulster2 Apr 21 at 0:31
    
Hopefully my edit will keep this answer alive. Pretty much a complete rehaul, but the information seems legit. –  Meat Trademark Apr 21 at 1:00
    
+1, looks earlier example but i am not sure about second example. –  Ankit Sharma Apr 21 at 6:44

After searching for a long time i concluded that Nigahen: Nagina Part II is the first Bollywood sequel follow-up of Nagina (1986). (Sources:1,2)

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