Advocate Durga Prasad was to have received a file from Chote Thakur with regard to a case pending in a Court in Bangalore, India. However, Chote gets killed, he does not receive the file ... See full summary »

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Advocate Ashok
Raveena Tandon ...
Inspector Vijayalaxmi
Paresh Rawal ...
Vidhya Sagar
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D.I.G. Jagdish Chaudhary
Asrani ...
Lallan (Landlord)
Alok Nath ...
Advocate Durga Prasad (as Aloknath)
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Constable Chamanlal
Reema Lagoo ...
Mrs. Laxmi D. Prasad
Dinesh Hingoo ...
Politics
Dinesh Kaushik
Deep Dhillon ...
Satyamurti
Shiva Rindani ...
Pratap Sharma (as Shiva)
Ananth Narayan Mahadevan ...
Inquiry Officer (as Anant Mahadevan)
Viju Khote ...
Vidhya Sagar's Lawyer
Mahesh Anand ...
George
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Advocate Durga Prasad was to have received a file from Chote Thakur with regard to a case pending in a Court in Bangalore, India. However, Chote gets killed, he does not receive the file and the Court's decision goes against him. Then he is approached by a former Government Employee, an Inquiry Officer, who claims that he was wrongly dismissed and framed by corrupt Government Officials. Durga Prasad, along with his juniors, Ashok, Ravi and one other, decide to handle his case, however, before even the case could be filed, the Inquiry Officer is killed. An angered Durga is determined to take this matter to Court, but before that could happen, he and his wife, Laxmi, are killed in broad daylight right outside the Courthouse. His Junior, Ashok, promises to avenge their killings and sets about to locate their killers. He finds out that all of them work for Vidhya Sagar, and he goes about killing them one by one. Then the DIG of Police, Jagdish Chaudhary, assigns Police Inspector ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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26 January 1996 (India)  »

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The film was incomplete mainly because of a rushed climax. The ending was supposed to be filmed in late 1995 but Sanjay Dutt had to go back to prison to serve his sentence and the scene was canceled. The film jumps to credits as soon as the villain dies and Sanjay is seen laughing. See more »

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Sanjay Dutt's jail period
5 March 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The film was in making since 1990 and finally released in 1996 when Sanju was still in jail, The film was earlier titled MERA KARTAVYA which was changed to VIJETA. The film is nothing new, typical action type film of 1990s Sanjay Dutt and Raveena barring Aatish never were a hit pair, anywayz the film has many flaws like Paresh Rawal who annoys as a villain saying some gibberish like Aisa Kyun Hua Prabhu every second, The story is very predictable and does seem patchy at times due to the delay in making

Direction by KR Murli Mohan Rao is not that good Music is decent, Shehri main ho gaya deewana is the best song rest are okay

Sanjay Dutt is as usual, thankfully his voice is not dubbed by Chetan Shashital, Raveena Tandon tries hard to look a cop but doesn't impress much, Amrish Puri is okay but his English speaking seems unwarranted, Paresh Rawal annoys, Rakesh Bedi is good, Annu Kapoor too impresses, Alok Nath is as usual in a brief role


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