Inspector Mathur believes "once a criminal, always a criminal". Through his machinations he makes the life of a reformed criminal Raju very difficult. Raju is rehabilitated and lives ... See full summary »

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(as Ravee Nagaich)

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(dialogue), (dialogue director) (as V. Puranik)

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Raghu
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Malti
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Boss
Kumari Naaz ...
Banthu (as Naaz)
K.N. Singh ...
Inspector Mathur
Asit Kumar Sen ...
Dhaniram (as Asit Sen)
Tun Tun ...
Tiger's mom
Praveen Paul ...
(as Pravin Paul)
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Rita
Bobby
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Tiger
Prabhakar Reddy
Aananda Mohan
V.D. Puranik ...
(as Puranik)
Prem Kumar ...
(as Premkumar)
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Inspector Mathur believes "once a criminal, always a criminal". Through his machinations he makes the life of a reformed criminal Raju very difficult. Raju is rehabilitated and lives happily with his wife Malati and daughter. Disaster strikes, contrived by the gangster who was Raju's boss and Inspector Mathur of the police. Can Raju prove to society, the law and to Malati that he has indeed reformed? A similar question was asked by Victor Hugo in Les Miserables. While the theme is broadly derived from the story, the mirch and masala has truly Indianised this film. Written by mg-gopalan

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