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The family of Justice Saxena is extremely happy until his younger brother Inspector Rajesh Saxena (Suresh Oberoi) arrests a notorious gangster, Bhawani Singh. Justice Saxena sentences ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Mohini 'Mona'
Suresh Oberoi ...
Inspector Rajesh Saxena
Reema Lagoo ...
Mrs. Saxena
Shakti B. Singh
Dilawar Ujagar Singh
Vikas Anand ...
Judge Saxena
Ram Mohan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aparajita ...
Mohini's mom
Anant Jog
Gurbachchan Singh
Silk Smitha


The family of Justice Saxena is extremely happy until his younger brother Inspector Rajesh Saxena (Suresh Oberoi) arrests a notorious gangster, Bhawani Singh. Justice Saxena sentences Bhawani Singh to death. Bhawani Singh's brother, Dilawar Singh (Danny Denzongpa), vows to avenge his brother and he kills the judge as well as his driver Shanker. Dilawar Singh also tries to kill their sons. Driver Shanker's son, Karan (Ajay Devgan) loses his eyesight while saving Justice Saxena's son Babloo. Justice Saxena's wife, the two children and Rajesh Saxena leave the city. Dilawar Singh finds them and kills the Judge's wife and throws Babloo out of the running train. Before dying, Babloo donates his eyes to Karan. Karan vows that he will not remove his goggles till he confronts Dilawar Singh. Written by

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One of Devgan's good action films from the 90s
12 January 2013 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

Ajay Devgan is a name that defined action and only action in the 90s after which he started doing different kind of roles. He is a versatile actor known for some of his decent action films from the 90s, some of his hit comedy films from the 20s, and some of his awesome gangster films from the 20s too. However, most of his movies had the same revenge formula like most films from the 90s. Moreover, some of his films were pretty bad from the 90s and it is the 2000 and onwards period where he tasted a lot of success. Despite started 2000 with a few disasters, he had some brilliant films like Company that got him the recognition he needed. However, in the 90s period some of his action movies were decent even for being a typical romantic action film with bits of comedy.

Vijaypath is one his earlier action films from the year 1994. The film is an revenge action film where Ajay seeks revenge of the family his dad used to drive for. His family dies because they dared to mess with the brother of the villain and Danny is the evil and cunning villain. Not only does he kill Karan's father but the Judge who hanged his brother(the main relative of the house). Karan looses his eyesight but after the mother, and his childhood friend Babloo dies, Karan gets his eyes. The first half of the film shows Ajay Devgan in glasses and his entry action scene is superb. The on goings have Karan clashing into Danny but before that we have some romance after Karan meets his love Monica played by Tabu. Tabu falls for him and both want to get married. Monica's dad also agrees with this relationship but they can't actually get married now can they. These typical movies always have the weddings at the end and that's not a bad thing actually. Karan's guardian the last living relative of the Saxena family dies from Danny's goons and Dilawar has him killed. But before he could die, Karan rescues him from the villains, sadly Rajeshwar Saxena dies in Karan's arms and before he dies, Karan promises him to take revenge. From now the movie has several hard hitting dialogs, action scenes, Gulshan Grover's hilarious comedy and so on. The end action scene where Ajay fights with a tiger is stupid as it's not possible for a man to win against a tiger but it is demonstrated in an OK manner. The final sequence is good and the ruination of the lovers at the end is the typical ending and it is well shown.

Direction by Farooq Sidique is good, the same guy who directed Ajay Devgan in Jigar(Ajay's second hit film), gives him another hit(Yes, Vijay Path was a hit film). He handles most scenes well but he could have better supervised the editing as some scenes tend to drag. But overall, a good job.

Performances are decent, Ajay Devgan is awesome as Karan, he acts in most scenes quite well but he hams his anger up in a few scenes but overall, a job well done.Tabu is gorgeous as the heroine and her chemistry with Ajay Devgan is quite good, she even acts well. This is their first hit after which they reunite with Haqueeqat another hit film. Danny Denzongpa is a brilliant villain, I consider him and Amirsh Puri the best villain on Bollywood from the 80s and 90s. Danny's dialog delivery is superb, his expressions are decent too. Gulshan Grover is hilarious and his comedy is fun like in most films of Ajay Devgan. He is always the comical villain in the typical Ajay Devgan 90s action film. The others lend good support, Reema Lagoo is getting typical though, she does much better in Rajshri films like HUM SAATH SAATH HAIN.

Music is a winner, most songs were hits. Rukh Rukh and Aur Hum Tumhare Hai became a rage, they ruled for quite a while in the 90s period. Action is brilliant though clichéd in some scenes. The final action scene is a bit clichéd though enjoyable. The tiger fight is overdone and it does tend to drag though Ajay does a good job with the action and why wouldn't he? The action is conducted by the master of action Action director Veeru Devgan(his father).

Overall, a decent film from the 90s and it did revive Ajay's slogging career from 1993 flop films and the disaster Kanoon which was his first release from 1994.

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