Julie was the first Indian movie to introduce the idea of real-time audio-visual effects. A first-of-its-kind feature, the entire film was shot in a single take with a multiple camera setup. The film won the award for the best technical achievement in Indian cinema at the 1975 Filmfare Awards. The scenes involving a tussle in the train compartment was a visual highlight. There was no narrator in the film, just the sound, and the track was changed to suit the mood of the scene. The film was a sleeper hit at the box office as the music earned the highest critical acclaim.
Julie was released on 26 February 1975, and was an official blockbuster at the box office, with an average gross of ₹5.5 million. It was the fourth highest grossing film of the year. The film ran for over 100 days in several theatres across the country, and was praised for its realistic dialogue and performances; with the film becoming popular among the masses. The success of the film prompted the release of two other remakes in 1975, the Malayalam film Chattakari directed by Madhu, and the Telugu film Miss Julie Prema Katha directed by Lekha.
The Film was also one of the early successful films in the career of Sridevi, who was then still relatively unknown. It is one of the few Hindi films to have featured an Anglo-Indian family at the top of the cast. She was offered the role of Julie's daughter Annu by her co-star Vikram, but turned it down. She then told her coach that she had plans of playing the lead in the film, and he introduced her to the director. She was then offered the role of Julie, and accepted.
This was a critically and commercially successful film. The film's success inspired other to remake the film. It was followed by Telugu film Miss Julie Prema Katha (1975). In 2006, another remake of the film was made in Kannada with Komal Shrivastav as the lead actress.
It is the only Indian film to have been remade in three other languages. In Tamil, it was remade as Chattakari (1974), in Telugu as Miss Julie Prema Katha (1975), and in Kannada as Julie (2006). In the Tamil remake, Julie plays a dual role in the film: both as an Indian film star and as her earlier real-life character. The Telugu remake is the same as the original, except that the Indian actor who plays the other half of the dual role has the face of a young Dino Morea.
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