Mr. Natwarlal (1979)
Natwar is just a young boy when his beloved older brother and caretaker, police officer Gridharilal (Ajit), is framed for bribery by sinister criminal mastermind Vikram (Amjad Khan). When he grows up, Natwar (Amitabh Bachchan) creates a secret identity for himself, posing as a powerful and mysterious underworld figure named Mr. Natwarlal, determined to slowly but surely exact vengeance on Vikram.- Written by gavin@email@example.com
When Natwar sees his honest police inspector brother being prosecuted on account of false implications by an underworld smuggler Vikram, he looses faith in justice and honesty. Even after his brother is proved innocent he cannot forget the guy who caused his family much damage. He grows up to a clean-looking smuggler who smugglers from bad guys and distributes the loot among poor. He is devoted to his brother and sister-in-law. He has one ambition: to find out Vikram and seek revenge.- Written by Nisha Jetley
Girdharilal is a honest police inspector, and lives with his wife, Seema, and a younger brother, Natwar. He has been assigned the case of apprehending notorious gangster, Vikram Singh. But the wily and elusive Vikram, entraps Girdharilal, and gets him arrested, dismissed from employment, and imprisoned. Natwar is a silent spectator to his brother's victimization, and swears to avenge this humiliation. When Natwar grows up, he takes to crime for a career, and at the same time, makes attempt to locate Vikram Singh. He is successful in locating him in the hilly regions of Northern India, and he accordingly relocates there himself. Upon his arrival, he realizes that there is more to Vikram than he had bargained for, as he now has to convince suspicious villagers about himself; hoodlums who abduct people and enslave them; and a man-eating tiger.- Written by rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Police inspector, Giridilal and his wife is the guardian to his younger brother, Natwar. Who bring him up with out-most care and respect, at a young age Natwar witnesses his brother being framed by a notorious smuggler, Vikram, is arrested, discharged from duty and imprisoned but Giridilal is able to prove other wise and as a result is released from jail and is told to resume duty once again. Bearing witness to this Natwar loses all respect for the world of honesty. The now grown-up Natwar become a merchandise for robbing thieves of there loot and escape under there nose. He does so until he rob a price-less diamond necklace, and make good his escape to a hilly region in India, upon arrival, Natwar is shock to see that the villagers there are angry of being the target of a man-eating tiger. With him all set to clear his sentence, Natwar will now have to deal with the angry villagers, the man-eating tiger and will now come up front with his past none other than Vikram who now have a different agenda of seizing a mine full of diamonds.- Written by gavin (email@example.com)
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