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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Advocate Ashok
Inspector Vijayalaxmi
Vidhya Sagar
D.I.G. Jagdish Chaudhary
Lallan (Landlord)
Advocate Durga Prasad (as Aloknath)
Constable Chamanlal
Mrs. Laxmi D. Prasad
Dinesh Kaushik
Deep Dhillon ...
Pratap Sharma (as Shiva)
Ananth Narayan Mahadevan ...
Inquiry Officer (as Anant Mahadevan)
Vidhya Sagar's Lawyer


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 (

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26 January 1996 (India)  »

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The film was released incomplete due to Sanjay Dutt's imprisonment. The climax scene is ended very abruptly followed by the closing credits. See more »

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Sanju's bad days
22 February 2016 | by (India) – See all my reviews

After Sanju's arrest in 1993 and his subsequent chases with the court and cops(his bail and re-arres) which lasted till 1996, many of his films were stuck, while some were released incomplete like Andolan,Namak with Sanju's voice dubbed by Chetan Shashital. Vijeta too was one of those films, it started in 1992 but released in 1996. The film has Sanju's voice dubbed by Chetan Shashital, contrary to what people have written in trivia of IMDb. The film has a decent story, it starts with Sanju who alongwith his buddies hve a good time, Sanju is a lawyer who treats Alok Nath and Reema Lagoo as his gurus, due to some fight with Paresh Rawal(with a Hitler moustache) both get killed and then Sanju becomes a rebel. Sounds very typical and ordinary The film is nothing great, also several parts of the film seem hasty like perhaps due to the delay several scenes had not been shot, not sure though The climax however reportedly was left incomplete, as it was about to be shot in 1995 but it was never shot. Direction by KR Murli Mohan Rao is nothing great Music is decent, Sherry Main Ho Gaya Deewana which was recorded for JP Dutta's Chooriyan but which got shelved was used for this film and it is superb, rest songs are okay

Sanjay Dutt is good in his role,thankfully not much hairstyle changes but his dubbed voice ruins the impact Raveena Tandon is okay, but doesn't suit the cop part Amrish Puri is typical as the villain, Paresh Rawal annoys with his repetitive Prabhu dialogue and south Indian style. rest are all okay

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