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Katilon Ke Kaatil (1981)

A wealthy woman faces trauma when her husband is killed, and both her young sons abducted. She spends years looking for them, until one day she comes across a young man named Munna, who is ... See full summary »


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Complete credited cast:
Ajit / Badshah
Jamila Banu
Petty thief (as Tina Munim)
Black Cobra
Jimmy / Michael
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Master Bhagwan ...
Rajan Haksar ...
Lady with necklace
Husband of lady with necklace
Shivraj ...
Jamila's dad


A wealthy woman faces trauma when her husband is killed, and both her young sons abducted. She spends years looking for them, until one day she comes across a young man named Munna, who is wearing a family heirloom around his neck. She accepts him as her son, and takes him to live with her in her palatial house. Then she comes across another young man, Ajit, and accepts him as her elder son. Satisfied that she has both her sons back, she shows Ajit her priceless treasures, which are kept in a vault, and the combination to open the vault. What this lady does not know that neither of these young men are her sons, and their presence in her house is merely to loot the treasure from the vault. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Henry Mancini theme of The Theif That Came For Dinner was recreated for some background music.When Rishi is trying to figure out the code to steal the rath. The music was earlier used in Haath Ki Safai's title music. See more »


Referenced in Naukar Biwi Ka (1983) See more »

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Excellent action adventure film with comic scenes, Dharmendra and Amjad Khan once again battle it out!
31 December 2002 | by (London, Uk) – See all my reviews

An excellent film for all the family. Put your feet up and enjoy!The film includes Bruce Lee look a like, a pro-wrestler appearance, many special guests, and many other movie spoofs. Although full of great stars, this film does tend to get a little typical in places, but you won't notice that as you'll be too busy enjoying yourself! The story is basically about two brothers (Dharmendra and Rishi Kapoor) being separated at birth. Thier father is killed by the notorious bandit Black Cobra (Amjad Khan). Dharmendra loses his memory, Rishi Kapoor is raised by a pickpocket theif, and the mother spends her time searching for them. The film sees great laughs and plots throughout (especially with Dharmendra and Zeenat Aman), the younger son is first reunited with his mother, then comes Dharmendra, and the only reason for this is that they are all after one thing - a golden deity saped like a chariot. Both the sons are unaware they are actually in their real mother's home. Dharmendra wants to steal it for Zeenat Aman, whilst Rishi wants to steal it for wealth. Through a considerable amount of laughter you'd want to press rewind on your vcr set and see it all again!

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