Abducted at a young age, a prince turns into a much feared masked bandit.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ragini ...
Badal / Rajkumar Kiran
Indira ...
Shashi (as Indira Billi)
Ramayan Tiwari ...
Mahamantri (as Tiwari)
Jagdish Sethi ...
Mann Singh / Makhan Singh
Mann Singh's Wife
Niranjan Sharma ...
Mridula Rani ...
Maharani (as Mridula)
Darshan Singh
Keshav Rana ...
Captain Sundar (as Keshov)
Indira Bansal ...
Babloo's Fake Mom
Uttaradevi - Mala's Mom
R. Tiwari
Raj Kumar


Mann Singh rebels when the oppressive Maharaja's soldiers attempt to extract more taxes from impoverished farmers. He storms into the palace, interrupts dancers and threatens to kill Rajkumar Kiran. The Maharaja agrees to withdraw all taxes but his orders are over-ruled by the Mahamantri, who has the former as well as the Maharani forcibly confined. Mann Singh then abducts Kiran, takes him home, re-names him Badal, brings him up along with his son, Babloo, and wife, and teaches him how to excel in sword-play and to fight the tyrannical Mahamantri. Years later Badal has grown up, and is in love with Aarti. When Mahamantri's son, Darshan, sees Aarti, he wants her for his own, and when he sends his men to abduct her, Badal dons a mask and comes to her rescue much to the chagrin of Mahamantri, who sends Darshan to deal with the bandit who they call Kala Aadmi. Badal then manages to pull wool over Darshan's eyes, gets recruited in his army, finds out he is the Rajkumar, and goes to ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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24 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a simple plot in black and white, rich girl with a young man from the underprivileged and so on. Of course there is a twist in it, it's sad but it can't be helped. By the current standard, the acting may seem a bit corny, but I enjoyed it.

The actors were beautiful, the songs and music are wonderful, very memorable. I like Indian musical movies in general, but the more traditional music is my preference.

This might be the first Indian movie I ever saw. And it could be the start of being fan of the Indian/Pakistan/Middle-eastern music. I highly recommend it for anyone that likes this genre of movies and haven't seen it.

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