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Prahaar: The Final Attack (1991)

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Prahaar is the story of Major Chavan, a tough and stern soldier, trained to destroy the enemy. He can see the enemy on our borders but is unaware of the invisible enemy within ourselves. ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Makrand Deshpande ...
Shirley's brother
Gautam Joglekar ...
Peter D'Souza
Jahangir Khan ...
Nana Patekar ...
Major Chauhan
Achyut Potdar
Vishwajeet Pradhan ...
Playing violin in song dhadkan zara ruk gayi hai
Shivkumar Subramaniam ...
Habib Tanvir


Prahaar is the story of Major Chavan, a tough and stern soldier, trained to destroy the enemy. He can see the enemy on our borders but is unaware of the invisible enemy within ourselves. When one of Major's Commandos - Peter D'Souza is killed, he is shown the harsh reality revolving around us, the enemy is within ourselves. The battlefield changes and Major Chavan makes his final attack on the enemy within this crumbling society. Written by

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Verdict of the Court: Major Chavan has been disturbed mentally by the evils of society. Due to this he forgot his duty and made the mistake of trying to reform society.
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Nana is the best !
11 April 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

PRAHAAR, the final attack, reflects the paradoxes of our life, our society and our nation. It is an expose of the degenerated society that we live in, an impotent society. The final attack is on this crumbling society.

Look...What the characters of this film say...

MAJOR CHAVAN: I am a soldier. I am taught to destroy the enemy, to kill them. I can see the enemy on our borders, but what about the invisible enemy within, who are more dangerous. What can I do, if the battlefield changes...

KIRAN: Major... everyone views a widow wantonly. Some pity us yet others whistle and ogle. Since Cheeku's father's death, I have been deaf to all such moves. But yet today, I am happy that somebody dared a reply to that whistling.

SHIRLEY: Yes...they killed him... in front of everybody... and they all silently watched him being battered to death...

JOHN D'SOUZA: Son, we do not fight anybody, because we are decent people. We pay this anti-social part of our earnings to buy peace.

HARRY: Does one destroy one's home for the sake of the nation? How can one serve the nation when one cannot look after one's own home and family.

This a movie that revolves around these ordinary, yet powerful characters who promise to arouse, our long since sleeping morale. How they do it...for this you will have to watch the movie.

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