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Keemat: They Are Back (1998)

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Ajay and Dev are two small-time crooks. One day they accidentally killed a man named Mohan Tripathi. With a good and pleasant mind they find out the address of the decreased and pays a ... See full summary »

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Dev
Raveena Tandon ...
Sharmili
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Ajay
Sonali Bendre ...
Mansi
Moushumi Chatterjee ...
Sulakshana Tripathi (as Moushmi Chatterjee)
Shakti Kapoor ...
Lala Bhajanlal
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Dinanath Tripathi
Dalip Tahil ...
Bhanu Pratap Singhania
Avtar Gill ...
Ajay & Dev's Father
Kiran Zhaveri
Sheetal Suvarna
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Mohan Tripathi (as Ravi Kissan)
Mukesh Khanna ...
Suraj Pratap Singh
Johnny Lever ...
Sub Inspector Ultappan (as Johney Lever)
Hussain Khan
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Ajay and Dev are two small-time crooks. One day they accidentally killed a man named Mohan Tripathi. With a good and pleasant mind they find out the address of the decreased and pays a visit to his village. Only to see the young man's family eagerly waiting for his return from abroad, seeing the family's plight they decides to lie about the young man and told the family that he is alive but was delayed because of some urgent work. Days and months passed and Mohan did not showed up towards his family and both young men continues to lie to them. The question remain what will be the outcome of Ajay and Dev when the family learns that there son is no longer alive and that both are his killers? Written by gAvInDrA (brave_loverboy2004@hotmail.com)

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So bad it's funny!
10 January 2008 | by (Fraggle Rock) – See all my reviews

'Keemat' is a typical 90's 'so bad it's funny' films. Director Sameer Malkan tries to cash in on the 'Main Khiladi Tu Anari' success by repeating Akshay and Saif, this time opposite hotties Raveena and Sonali. Over the top comedy, dishum dishum (to those who are unfamiliar with the term, it's the sound that used to happen when people got beaten up in Hindi films), a nice dose of sensuality and ridiculous plot with over the top dramatic moments...it's got them all. Let's get to some of the good stuff. I quite liked the songs. 'De Diya Dil Piya' is a sensual song from Alisha Chinoy's part but Sonu Nigam kind of takes away the sexiness from that number with his too innocent voice. 'Koi Nahi Tere Jaisa' is a ripoff. The other songs are pleasant to the ears but weirdly picturized. Anyway enough with the music. Akshay Kumar and Saif Ali Khan are back in their Anari Khiladi mode, this time with an added touch of Sholay's Jay and Veeru and some homoeroticism. At least people now know that these two will perform striptease to the extent of covering their privates with banana leaves while dancing together on some lake. Raveena Tandon is ravishing, sexy and funny. The (intentionally) funniest scenes were with her and she brings the film slightly to the likable side. Sadly her role is limited. She and Akshay also have a great chemistry as has been evident in few other films too. I wonder why this pair was never chosen for good films. Sensational Sonali Bendre has a smaller role than Ms. Tandon. She certainly looks sizzling but is over the top with acting. Moushumi Chatterjee stands out among the supporting cast in a non-substantial role. Anything else? Nah not really. The 4.5 word summary says it all.


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