When landowner Jagannath Singh (Dilip Kumar) is murdered, his twin brother Amarnath Singh (also Dilip Kumar) decides to investigate, and finds the list of suspects is seemingly endless. ... See full summary »

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Jagannath Singh / Judge Amaranath Singh
Mukul Dev ...
Amar A. Singh
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Yamini
Mamta Kulkarni ...
Neeta
Smita Jaykar ...
Suman A. Singh
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Mangal Singh
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Malay Chakrabarty ...
Kundan
Avtar Gill ...
Inspector Khan
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Ghanya Seth
Shahbaaz Khan ...
Inspector Rana
Kunika ...
Neelam Daniel
Pramod Moutho ...
Prosecuting Attorney (as Pramod Muthu)
Rajeshwari Sachdev ...
Lajo
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When landowner Jagannath Singh (Dilip Kumar) is murdered, his twin brother Amarnath Singh (also Dilip Kumar) decides to investigate, and finds the list of suspects is seemingly endless. From Jagannath's own son Amar (Mukul Dev), to his abused wife, Suman (Smita Jaykar), to the woman he raped, Yamini (Rekha) and her brother Kundan (Malay Chakravarty), there's a long list of wronged people with a reason to want Jagannath Singh dead. Written by Nichol

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The fortress of a family's honor

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Drama | Family | Music

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10 April 1998 (India)  »

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The Fort  »

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Anil Kapoor was signed for Mukul Dev's role but opted out. See more »

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No Good suspense thriller..bah!
4 July 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This is a completely ridiculous murder mystery. Illogical and even illegal with a court 'faisla' sanctioned by a lawyer wherein he acquits the real murderer and the court sentences another for a different murder...The circumstances concerning the murder are very artificial and too coincidental to believe..Bah!!

The move has old hackneyed comedy, over the top melodrama and innumerable songs that continuously keep derailing the main theme.. Unfortunate that Dilip Kumar saw this film fit to sign off his illustrious career..He naturally looks very old and jaded and his trademark dialogue delivery are not a patch on his original style..

Veteran Rekha is wasted in a inconsequential side role, Mukul Dev as the young hero barely passes muster .Mamata Kulkarni well, jiggles and bounces in very ordinary songs! Eminently avoidable farce murder mystery..


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