Piranha (1978) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "Piranha" is a 1978 American horror film directed by Joe Dante and written by John Sayles. The movie follows the story of a swarm of genetically engineered piranhas that are accidentally released into a river, leading to a gruesome feeding frenzy and a race against time to stop them before they reach a popular summer resort.

The film stars Bradford Dillman as Paul Grogan, a local investigator who teams up with Heather Menzies as Maggie McKeown, a government researcher, to stop the deadly fish from wreaking havoc. As they uncover the truth behind the piranhas' creation and the government's involvement, they must find a way to contain the threat and save innocent lives.

"Piranha" is praised for its campy humor, inventive kills, and effective use of practical effects. Director Joe Dante infuses the film with a sense of fun and excitement, paying homage to classic creature features while also delivering genuine thrills and scares.

While "Piranha" was initially overshadowed by the success of "Jaws," it has since gained a cult following and is considered a cult classic of the horror genre. Its blend of horror, humor, and social commentary has made it a beloved entry in the creature feature subgenre, inspiring numerous sequels, remakes, and imitators over the years.