Lallu (Akshay Kumar) is an orphan who was separated from his parents and his brother as a child and has been brought up by foster parents. He decides to travel to Bombay to look for a job ... See full summary »
The minister and his cronies have taken over Ashok Nagar, using guns and goons. What sacrifices will Ajit have to make to clean up?
Politicians and criminals rule the roost in this city, hand in glove with the police.When an honest police officer tries to clean up his police station, he meets with the power of the politicians and gangsters, and his gory end.
Concerned, the Commissioner despatches Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ajit (Dharmendra, armed with special powers to bring some law and order into this lawless town of Ashok Nagar. Ajit meets and overcomes many challenges only to be beaten down by the gangsters and politicians. There are some comic interludes.
Another Bombay masala (formula) film, turned into B-Grade because of insipid acting, poor cinematography and forgettable songs. The title of the movie translated into English would be "Police Gangster" which would give the viewer a glimpse of the methods used by Ajit.
Dharmendra is a bit old to be cast in this role and he does appear to struggle with his tried and tested formula of "angry young man" in being an "angry middle aged man".
While not gripping or engaging, this movie is a good way to pass time while playing scrabble on a rainy Sunday afternoon. The viewer does not need to concentrate much, because both the dialogue and plot are predictable.
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