A child left on the steps of a temple is adopted by a rich man. The child grows up to be rich and successful and generates hatred and envy by others.

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(as Ashok Gaikwad)

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Vijay Kumar / Dev
Raveena Tandon ...
Madhu
Reena Roy ...
Sharda Oberoi
Ajinkya Deo ...
Raja Oberoi (as Ajinkya Dev)
Kiran Kumar ...
Sampat
Paresh Rawal ...
Jagat mama
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C.K. Oberoi
Sulabha Deshpande ...
Kaushalya (as Sulbha Despande)
Satyendra Kapoor ...
Judge Amarnath (as Satyen Kapoo)
Achyut Potdar ...
Pool player
Rajesh Puri ...
Manager of Vijay Industries
Guddi Maruti ...
Annu / Anita Pormal Thormal Chaparmal Giswani
Anil Nagrath
Sunil Rege
Sunil Dhawan
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Vikram's father has taught him that to win, in chess, one has to kill the king. And when his parents Harmesh and Sulbha are brutally killed he decides to apply the principles of chess to real life ! Vijay (Ajay Devgan) an illegitimate orphan grows up to be a rich industrialist with his hard work. He falls in love with Madhu (Raveena Tandon) who is retired judge Amarnath's (Satyen Kapoor) only daughter. Their love blossoms. Raja (Ajinkya Deo) who is industrialist Oberoi's (Amrish Puri) son too falls for Madhu, but when Oberoi goes to ask for Madhu's hand he finds out that before him Vijay had approached for Madhu's hand. Oberoi sides Vijay's proposal, in fact Mr. Oberoi always best owed his special liking towards Vijay. He even treated him as his own son. This became the reason of conflict between his wife Sharda (Reena Roy), his brother-in-law (Paresh Rawal), and his son Raja. Vijay was even accused to be the illegitimate son of Mr. Oberoi. Jagat Poisoned Amarnath's mind about getting... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Amrish puri had a good and different role and acted well and reena roy looked mature and beatiful. See more »

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Delayed
7 February 2016 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The fun element of watching delayed films are the inconsistent looks, also it's a joy sometimes to see actors who have improved a lot in the passage of time. A pain is that it reminds us of things we wanna forget, also at times some films have actors who have fought with each other but have to work in the film though it's delayed. GAIR(1999) is one such film, The film was started in 1992 and released in 1999 after much delay. The film has Ajay and Raveena who had lot of fights in between and were not in talking terms due to some reason. Gair is their last film till date. The film is an ancestral as ever, the delay shows In every scene we have actors looking different, esp Ajay and Raveena the story too sounds outdated, the director everything is delayed. Direction is nothing great, due to the delay it's also hampered Music sounds outdated, though Laila perhaps shot later is quite upbeat, while Mere Dil Ne is a nice song though it's picturisation looks dated

Ajay Devgan has inconsistent looks, from his blank look from his earlier films to his 1998 looks, in fact in most of the scenes he wears a 1994 look. his acting also reflects the delay. Raveena Tandon's voice is dubbed in some scenes by someone else and she is okay, her looks too differ Amrish Puri is okay, Reena Roy, Ajnikyo Deo are all annoying Paresh Rawal plays yet another negative role and is okay rest are all okay


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