When anarchy prevails and the screams of the downtrodden become lifeless, a saviour is born to eliminate the tyrants and put an end to their immoral activities. Surajbhan (Mukesh Rishi) is ... See full summary »

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Krishna "Dushman"
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Pinky
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Shiva
Manek Bedi ...
Vijay Srivastav
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Surajbhan's brother-in-law
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Inspector Thapar (as Shiva)
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DCP Srivastav
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Surajbhan
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Pinky's dad
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Janki (as Beena)
Shama Deshpande ...
Parvati Srivastav
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Raju Shrestha ...
Pinto (as Raju Shreshtha)
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When anarchy prevails and the screams of the downtrodden become lifeless, a saviour is born to eliminate the tyrants and put an end to their immoral activities. Surajbhan (Mukesh Rishi) is the name of one such despot and Shantinagar is the base of his illegal activities. D.C.P. Shrivastav (Mohan Joshi) and Inspector Thapar (Shiva) are hand-in-glove with him. Krishna (Sunil Shetty) is a victim of Surajbhan's atrocities and has returned from jail after serving a sentence. He learns of Surajbhan's renewed reign of terror and the growth of his illegal activities. How Krishna frees Shantinagar from the clutches of Surajbhan, forms the crux of the film. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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The film was promoted as a Sunil Shetty film though it had him in a guest appearance. See more »

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When "Dushman" calls up ACP Srivastav for the first time to give him some confidential information, he uses a Nokia 9500 holding it backwards. But a 9500 is impossible to use backwards. See more »

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2 December 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

In 2002 Suneil Shetty had 3 releases in subsequent weeks of December KARZ, MASEEHA and KAANTE

MASEEHA was in making for 3-4 years perhaps considering Inder Kumar's look which changes and also the presence of Manik Bedi(brother of Rajat Bedi)

The promos showed Suneil Shetty and his song KUCH KARLE only and some action scenes but in the film he only has a guest role Another e.g. of misleading publicity

The film has a story done to death Mukesh Rishi owns a bhasti and wants to make a hell of it or whatever Suneil is some messiah who reaches at the right time to save people

The main characters are Inder Kumar and Manik Bedi who are childhood friends(oh god) Mohan Joshi(father of Manik) in the film is the reason of the death of Inder's mother and father.etc

After many years there are college students.etc etc Suneil reaches at the right place every time somehow, even when someone is bathed in petrol and abt to be burnt he reaches and catches the matchstick in his hand, phew! and he keeps saying- DUSHMAN JAAN KA BHI MAAL KA BHI and fights

The film is a typical commercial film which flopped

Direction by Partho Ghosh is bad Music is bad

Amongst actors Suneil in a guest role does his usual stuff Inder is awful, Manik Bedi too is awful Both are wooden Namrata is the heroine Mukesh Rishi overacts, Rajpal comes and goes Mohan Joshi is as usual


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