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Jagir (1984)

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Three men attempt to seek vengeance against their oppressors.

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Cast

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Shankar
Zeenat Aman ...
Seema
Mithun Chakraborty ...
Sanga
Shoma Anand ...
Asha
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Danny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Azad ...
Azad
Beena Banerjee ...
Monica D'Souza
Bharat Bhushan ...
Doctor Bakshi
Birbal ...
Bahadur
R.S. Chopra ...
Man with Lilly's murder expert report
Bob Christo ...
Bob - bandit
Tarun Ghosh ...
Tarun - bandit
Iftekhar ...
S.P. / I.G. Praveen Singh
Kamal Kapoor ...
Maharaja Shoorveer Singh
Praveen Kumar ...
Django D'Costa
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The compassionate widower Raja of Anjangadh, Shoorveer Singh, who knows the location of immense wealth belonging to his kingdom, is betrayed by his brother, Digambar Singh, and killed. His young son is separated from him, while his loyal employee, Mangal Singh, is not only tortured but also loses his right arm at the hands of Daku Lakhan Singh, an associate of Digambar, and his son is allegedly killed. Years later, Shoorveer and Mangal's sons re-surface as Shankar and Sanga respectively, and join forces with Danny D'Souza, who is on the lookout for the male who killed his wife, Monica. The trio will soon be pitted against Lakhan, who is now known as Suryapratap Singh; his son, Ranjeet; an army of goons; including a seven-foot giant, Django D'Costa, who has teeth made of iron. Things become complicated when they find out that Sanga is in love with Suryapratap's daughter, Asha. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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26 October 1984 (India)  »

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Sabko Salaam Karte Hain
Performed by Rahul Dev Burman, Asha Bhosle
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Cassettes on T-Series
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The Three Indian Musketeers
15 August 2009 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

Jagir is an extremely entertaining Hindi film. It is a lighthearted story about three guys, one of whom (Dharmendra) is heir to the throne of the murdered King Maharaja. He disappeared in childhood, and the king's extremely loyal assistant (Pran) still looks for him, as much as he does for his own son (Mithun) who disappeared on that same day and who happens to be one of the trio. Well, the film follows the story of the three guys (the third being Danny, by the way), their stories, their struggles and their romances. Amrish Puri plays the typical villain who killed Maharaja and who is also the father of Mithun's love interest Usha. Well it will not look that complicated when you see the film as much as it sounds now. The story is refreshing, well-narrated and interesting. It's essentially an action film but has its substantial share of drama and romance. The visuals are great - there's buried treasure, underground houses (located under a cemetery!), the cinematography is good, and the film is set in modern-day Calcutta (well it's 1982 of course). The actors do a good job. The three guys are great, the two girls (Zeenat Aman and Shoma Anand) look good. Pran and Amrish Puri are as always terrific in their respective roles and actually those whom I liked the most in this film. The best thing about the film is in my view R.D. Burman's exceptional soundtrack. The songs are fantastic - and I must note "Aaj Ki Raat" and "Chor Tera Naam Hai" which are my favourite. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this film, and I recommend this to those who enjoy Hindi commercial flicks.


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