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Here's what this movie is about:
Chandruchur Singh plays a lawyer named Ravi who is married to Mahima
Choudary's character, Kajol. Ravi put's Karan's (sanjay Dutt) dad in jail
dor something he did not do and his dad dies. Karan wants revenge so he
kills Kajol (ravi's wife). And it gets really interesting from there.
This movie has good acting, awesome music and a really good story line! I recommend however's reading this to go to the video store right now and rent this movie! CH
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
After Afzal Khan's disaster Mahaanta and a few other flops due to Sanju's jail period. Dutt gives his best performance in the 90's before Vaastav and Kurukshetra. Daag The Fire released after all of Dutt's delayed crap films from the jail period. But, this film also wasn't a perfect movie. The storyline has a good start introducing the advocate and him fighting against crime. But, the clash between Singh and Dutt don't happen for a while making the film boring because of lame romance and a few comic reliefs. But, the movie catches up when Singh puts Sanju's father in jail for a crime he didn't commit. Plus, to make matters worse Dutt's father gets tortured and dies in prison by Sachin Khedkar and his corrupt cops. Sanju doesn't know who did this but as he learns more about Singh's connection to this he kills him and his wife in broad daylight. Singh survives but Kajal dies. The clash continues with more twists and turns and several flaws though the film is well handled. Then, when Singh and Dutt work together and find the real culprit but Singh doesn't want Dutt to take the law on his hands. The movie forms a good climax. The last hour of the movie, Sanju is arrested and he breaks out of prison. He runs to the court and finshes the villain and the movie ends. The film is a typical bollywood film but Kanwar's handling is top class. Performances are good from each actor/actress. The scenes have been editied averagely and could have been better made. But, the movie is still good.
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