Assisted by corrupt police inspector Imaandaar, Dhani Lal and his business-partner, Sohan Lal manages to abduct police inspector, Jagannath, his wife, his son, Ajay and daughter, thus ... See full summary »

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Vijay
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Ajay
Anita Raj ...
Police Inspector Sheela (as Anita Raaj)
Bhanupriya ...
Rani (as Bhanu Priya)
Prem Chopra ...
Dhani Lal
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Sohan Lal
Kader Khan ...
Police Inspector Imaandaar
Shakti Kapoor ...
Dinesh Lal
Shreeram Lagoo ...
Jagannath (as Dr. Shri Ram Lagoo)
Om Shivpuri ...
Police Commisioner Ranjeet
Avinash Wadhavan ...
Manohar (as Rakesh Wadhwan)
Tiku Talsania ...
Narayan Singh (as Tinku Talsania)
Mac Mohan ...
Soloman (as Mc. Mohan)
Ashok Saxena
Tyagraj ...
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Assisted by corrupt police inspector Imaandaar, Dhani Lal and his business-partner, Sohan Lal manages to abduct police inspector, Jagannath, his wife, his son, Ajay and daughter, thus holding them as hostages until Jagannath reveal the where-about of a mountain cave that is full of gold bars. No amount of pressure or torture can force Jagannath to release this information which prompts Sohan Lal to donned Jagannath's disguise in order to murder the police commissioner, Ranjeet and his wife. Immediately transforming Jagannath's life from a law enforcer to a fugitive of the law; never the less the family manages to escape not after getting separated from Ajay. Years later Ajay gets united with his brother, Manohar in jail who has been sentenced to death for killing his sister and a cab driver. Together with police commissioner, Ranjeet's son, Vijay they plan a secret agenda which will bring inspector Immaandaar, Dhani Lal, his younger brother Dinesh Lal and Sohan Lal to justice. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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8 December 1987 (India)  »

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Insaaf Ki Pukar  »

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Typical 80s Bollywood Multistarrer
9 November 2012 | by (Dallas, TX USA) – See all my reviews

Typical 80s style Bollywood pot boiler with stars, glamor, action, song-dance routine,loud comedy and some emotional conflict. Our leading men, Jeetu and Dharam are kind hearted con-men who are on a mission to save an innocent young man, convicted for a murder he did not commit. Towards the end, the movie turns out to be a typical revenge drama. Dharmendra shows good comedy timing, but looks too old to play to play a romantic lead. Jeetu is his usual wooden self, but looks dashing and energetic. The girls are mere glamorous props, but Bhanupriya looks beautiful and dances gracefully. It is a pity that she never achieved stardom in Bollywood.


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