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Honest police officer Hanuman Prasad Singh lives like friend and family with a magician by the name of Ramesh Kumar. Hanuman's wife passes away after giving birth to male twin babies; upon... See more »

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Dual Role (Toofan & Shyam)
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Radha
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Pickpocketer
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Gopal Sharma
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ACP Sharma
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Daku Shaitan Singh
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Mrs. Laxmi Gopal Sharma
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Devyani
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Vikram Issa
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Daku Zalim Singh
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Daku Jagga
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Inspector Hanuman Prasad Singh
Master Makrand
Master Amit Shukla
Javed Rizvi Jarehavi ...
(as Master Javed)
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Manglu
Sudhir Dalvi ...
Dr. S. S. Sharma, Gopal's dad
Chhote Ustad ...
(as Chhotu Dada)
Harjeet
Ramesh Deo ...
Ramesh Kumar, Magician
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Doctor
Kirti Kumar
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Doctor
Bhushan Tiwari
Bharat Bhushan ...
Pandit
Hercules
Kanan Kaushal
K.K. Raj
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Mr. Goodmark, Gold Smuggler
Ekram Kashmiri
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Ali Khan
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Film director (uncredited)
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IGP (uncredited)
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Herself (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ketan Desai

Written by (WGA)

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Salim Khan ... (dialogue)
 
Salim Khan ... (screenplay)
 
Salim Khan ... (story)
 
K.K. Shukla ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Khushal Chhabria ... executive producer
Manmohan Desai ... producer

Music by

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Anu Malik

Cinematography by

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Peter Pereira

Film Editing by

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Raju Kapadia
Mangal Mistry

Art Direction by

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Ankush Kadam
Suresh Sawant

Costume Design by

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Allan Gill
Shalini Shah
Anna Singh

Makeup Department

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Mahadev ... makeup artist
Mustaq M. Mansoor ... makeup artist (as Mushtaq)
Vijay ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anwer Khan ... assistant director

Sound Department

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C.M. Simon ... audiographer

Special Effects by

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Danny Desai ... special effects
Arun Patil ... special effects
Fredrick Ward ... special effects
Wilfi ... special effects

Stunts

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Pappu Verma ... stunt director: thrills

Music Department

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Amitabh Bachchan ... playback singer
Indivar ... lyricist
Amit Kumar ... playback singer
Kishore Kumar ... playback singer
Shabbir Kumar ... playback singer
Lata Mangeshkar ... playback singer
Manhar Udhas ... playback singer
Suresh Wadkar ... playback singer
Alka Yagnik ... playback singer

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Sujata Bakshi ... dances (as Sujata)
Kamal ... choreographer (as Kamal Kumar)

Thanks

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Amitabh Bachchan ... thanks

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Plot Summary

Honest police officer Hanuman Prasad Singh lives like friend and family with a magician by the name of Ramesh Kumar. Hanuman's wife passes away after giving birth to male twin babies; upon finding out that Ramesh's wife, Devyani loses her child and is render barren Hanuman decides to give one of his sons to Ramesh. Unfortunately Ramesh passes away in the midst of performing a stunt while entertaining his audiences leaving the child to be brought up by Devyani who grows up to be Shyam; a magician like his foster father. While on the other hand inspector Hanuman is falsely implicated by the corrupt Assistant Commissioner of Police Sharma and Daku Shaitan Singh for stealing huge number of gold bars. When Hanuman attempt to clear his name by bringing the real culprits to justice he is killed by Shaitan Singh; when his son heard of his death he goes to a temple of Bhagwan Shri Hanuman and pleads to him only to receive a boon with immense strength to fight for people who are subjected to injustice at the hands of tyrants so much that years later he is regarded as Toofan by his village people. Toofan's motive in life involve to clear his father's name by retrieving the stolen gold and at the same time bring the real culprits to justice while Shyam's motive is to perform the stunt that killed his foster father. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Also Known As
  • Toofan (India)
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  • 174 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Despite using nine storm fans for the storm effects, Ketan Desai could not get the desired effect. So, he hired 200 locals and made them climb the trees and shake them. See more »
Goofs In the song "Don't Worry Be Happy", the film director is wearing white shoes. After he jumps to the swimming pool and he gets up from there he is wearing black shoes. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Kishen Kanhaiya (1990). See more »

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