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Khudgarz (1987)

Sita Sinha watches as her young son, Bihari fights another young, wealthy lad, Amar for spattering dirt on his body using his car. Sita then intervene, separates both, take them to her ... See full summary »

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Amar Saxena
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Bihari Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Sinha
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Jaya Saxena (as Bhanu Priya)
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Mrs. Sinha
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Kumar Saxena
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Jyoti Sinha (as Neelam)
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Advocate Batliwala (as Kadar Khan)
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Sudhir
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Brij Bhushan Saxena
Sudhir Dalvi ...
Deshmukh
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Lalita Sinha
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Sita Sinha watches as her young son, Bihari fights another young, wealthy lad, Amar for spattering dirt on his body using his car. Sita then intervene, separates both, take them to her house only to make them embrace each other which eventually blossoms into friendship. Years later both grows up and they continue their affections for each other; Amar then gets married to wealthy Jaya while Bihari gets married to a female laborer. But shortcomings develop between both Amar and Bihari when Amar's businessman dad, Brij Bhushan Saxena instigated by his business partner schemes to create misunderstandings between both over a plot of land. Bihari then blames Amar for all the up-heals and plots to destroy him. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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This film was Kiran Kumar comeback to hindi films. He came back as villian. Kiran Kumar wanted his father Jeevan to see the release of Khudgarz, but Jeevan passed away only some days before the film release. See more »

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Remade as Annamalai (1992) See more »

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6 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

Rakesh Roshan got more success as a director then actor The film tells the story of how good friends become eniemies

The story spans 2 generations

It starts with late 40 actors(of 80's) Jeetendra and Shatrughan Sinha playing friends and some portions depicting their friendship is crude

The story is predictable though but well handled Their break up in their friendship is well handled while the second half shows how their respective children fall in love with each other The film does have some unwanted comedy scenes and some overdone drama

The film is well directed by Rakesh Roshan

Music is good too

Amongst actors Jeetendra does his part well and is subtle here though he and Shatru look too old in initial portions Shatrughan Sinha does his Bihari act well though he overdoes at times Kader Khan does his usual comedy Amongst heroines Bhanupriya is okay, Amrita Singh is alright too Sushma Seth looks too young to play Shatru's mother Kiran Kumar gives a subtle performance Saeed Jaffrey is okay Govinda does a good job though he has come a long way Neelam is adequate


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