Mr. Bond is an honest, dedicated and capable police officer in Bombay's police force. He faces the toughest case of a lifetime when he must rescue some small children abducted and held as hostages by the underworld don Dragon.
Dayashankar has planned the marriage of his daughter, Pooja, with Amar. However, Pooja falls in love with pilot Vijay Khanna. After convincing Amar, Dayashankar and her mother, all agree to... See full summary »
Malti witnesses a physical altercation between her husband and Rai Bahadur Brijbhushan Sharma, as a result of which her husband gets knifed and killed. As she tries to take the knife out, ... See full summary »
Inspector Amar Varma is known within the Indian police force for his bravery in arresting many wanted criminals during his years of service. His adventures lead him on the trail of a petty ... See full summary »
Singhania entraps notorious smuggle and gangster named Dhaneshwar with the help of the police, thus giving rise to a saga of anger and revenge, that will engulf Singhania and his loved ones... See full summary »
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Sultan (Shakti Kapoor) adopted an orphan and named him Badshah (Akshay Kumar). Badshah grows up to be a criminal and his life was made difficult by Inspector Pradhan (Ashish Vidyarthi). ... See full summary »
After receiving pardon from his jail term Babu return home to find that his family consisting of his wife, Purnima, his son, Arjun and daughter Pooja are in a destitute way of living which then pushes him to release information to the police that he were concealing as his three gangster bosses Chhote Pathan, Rajoo Singh and D.K. Sharma fail to carry out their promise of taking care of his family. The duo then retaliates by beheading Babu in the presence of Purnima and in the process abducting Pooja resulting in Purnima losing her senses. 10 years later Arjun hopes to re-unite his mother with her daughter and goes about a quest to look for his sister but in order to make this possible he must first overcome all obstacles placed in his way by the three gangsters. Written by
When the film was launched it had a different script with Sunny Deol, Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor . When Sunny left the film, they decided to go with a new script rather than replace him. See more »
Suneel and Dharmesh Darshan brothers who came into the film making business with blockbusters like Lootere, Raja Hindustani, Dhadkan, and hits like Jaanwar, Andaaz and a few others. But, Suneel just like his brother ended his career with 2 back to back disasters Mere Jeevan Sathi and Shakalaka Boom Boom. Mere Jeevan Sathi can be put in Darshan's worst romantic film and this one could be his worst action film. Coming to Talash, the film is typical, boring, no good reasons for it to be even an average hit. The film is the typical action which Darshan must have copied from another director because his films are natural and this one feels like a typical delayed 90's film. There is no actual story to tell, his sister gets kidnapped, his dad dies, his mom becomes insane and he teams up with his cop friend and guide to find his sister, take revenge and kill the enemy? How many times have we seen such typical films. I think the 90s was filled with these typical movies but they had good handling. But, this movie has been badly edited and it looks like it was rushed. The action scenes are done to death and the addition of unusual violence in the climax doesn't impress anyone Darshan. The film is so bad it makes you cringe,though this released before Akki's Hatya which was a disaster, it seems to be even worse. Performances are average, Akshay does OK, Kareena back then was terrible, Ashsish Vidyaharthi is always the typical cop in a Suneel Darshan action movie and his role can be played by anyone because he has the same dialogues, he basically sleepwalks in his role and this role of his makes his role in Mrityudata a classic. Overall, another typical crap which was a box office bomb.
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