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Teesra Kaun? (1994)

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Enroute via train to Bombay, one of three friends become a suspect in a homicide.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mithun Chakraborty ...
Filmstar
Chunky Pandey ...
Vijay Verma
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Priyanka
Javed Jaffrey ...
Pankaj Nigam / Sanjay Chopra
Sadashiv Amrapurkar ...
Inspector Aditya Talwar
Satish Shah ...
Bingo Nagpurkar
Rakesh Bedi ...
Khoka Ganguli
Tinnu Anand ...
P. K. Rasiya
Amol Palekar ...
C. K. Kadam
Rituparna Sengupta ...
Manjula Saxena (as Ritu Parna)
Sheeba ...
Herself
Gautami ...
Herself
Anil Dhawan ...
Anil Saxena
Beena Banerjee ...
Manjula's mother (as Beena)
Avtar Gill ...
Advocate Saxena
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Three Bollywood-stricken, Calcutta-based slackers, Vijay Verma (Chunky Pandey), Bingo Nagpurkar (Satish Shah), and Khoka Ganguli (Rakesh Bedi), board the Howrah-Bombay Mail, to watch a cricket match, and to meet Mithun Chakraborty. After boarding, the trio consume considerable alcohol. Vijay introduces himself to two other passengers, C.K. Kadam (Amol Palekar), and Manjula Saxena (Ritu Parna), as he finds the latter very attractive. He wants to change his seat to sit next to her, but the passenger, Pankaj Nigam, occupying it, refuses to leave, leading to a physical altercation, which ends in Vijay being asked to return to his seat. During a stopover, Pankaj departs, and when the train resumes its journey, Mr. Kadam finds Manjula's dead body. The police begin their investigation, and interrogate Pankaj and Vijay, and not only discover that Pankaj is not who he claims to be, but there is also a third unknown suspect. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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23 December 1994 (India)  »

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A good thriller for 1994, at least!
21 March 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Partho Ghosh's 1994 flick 'Teesra Kaun?' is a good film. Keeping in mind the 90's its a pretty decent attempt by its markers. Despite the film's low box office response, I like Teesra Kaun? a lot. I feel it was an entertaining film with a strong climax. This thriller has a good concept and as said before an edge of the seat end.

Performance Wise: Mithun Chakraborty plays himself the Superstar. He plays to the gallery. Chunkey Pandey is good. Jaaved Jaffery's character is well written and well played to. Somy Ali is a never-ending beauty. She looks alluring and does a excellent job. Amol Palekar is superb. Sadashiv Amarpurkar shines. Tinu Anand and Avatar Gill are perfect. Satish Shah and Rakesh Bedi go slightly over the top. Ritupurna looks cute.

All n all 'Teesra Kaun?' is a decent entertainer. For 1994 a Thumbs Up!


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