Laparwah Directed By Ravikant Nagaich is A Romantic / Action Drama. After A Super Hit Surakshaa Ravikant Directed Laparwah. Suraksha Did Well But Still Was Very Average Kind Of Flick. Laparwah Has Better Direction By Him. Script is Not Great But Screenplay is Absorbing & Entertaining. Action is Good. Cinematography is Fine. Editing is Bit Rough. It Has Combination Of Indian & Western Spaghetti Theme To An Extend.
Reckless Shera(Mithun Chakraborty) Lives With His Father (Chandrashekhar), Mother(Poornima), Brothers Bheema(Tilak Raj) & Veeru(Tej Sapru). Johnny(Satyendra Kapoo) Watches Him While He Fights Alone With The Local Goons. Johnny Offers Him A Job With High Income, But Have To Move To Narsapur. He Agrees To Work With Him.
In A While It Is Revealed That Johhny is A Leader Of A Bandit Group. Thakur(Ram Mohan) Along With Daughter Sandhya(Ranjeeta) Are Attacked By Raka(Shakti Kapoor). Thakur Gets Killed And Sandhya Escapes But She is Looking For Raka. Raka Works For Johnny & Vakil Saab(Jeevan). Johnny & Vakil Make Suraj(Wealthy Nephew Of Kihori Lal From Burma) Out Of Shera & Present Him To Sandhya. As A Part Of Conspiracy To Love Sandhya And Later Marry Her To Inherit Her Property, But Suraj Really Falls in Love With Her.
Acting Wise, Mithun Looks Fresh & Natural. Chemistry is Good Between Ranjeeta & Mithun. Satyendra Kapoo & Jeevan Both Are Equally Good. Shakti Kapoor & Prema Narayan Have Less Screen Time But Are Effective. Others Have Very Limited Screen Space.
Music By Bappi Lahiri is Average. "Koi Bhi, Dil Mein Na Aaya Tha" By Kishore Kumar & Chandrani Mukherjee And "Tumko Maine Sapne Mein"By Jatin Pandit Are Catchy Numbers. Background Music is Flourished By Cowboy Theme From The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
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