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Bad Aur Badnaam (1984)

James and Ashwinikumar are secret agents from Ringania and India fighting to stop the villains hell bent on world domination.

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James Carlo
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Ashwinikumar
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Dr. Anita Mathur
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R. C. Dutta
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Mishraji
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Story begins with three villains getting a lot of money and new identities from rich man Pedro and Pedro getting killed in return. Later two secret agents - James (Sanjeev Kumar) from Ringania and Ashwinikumar (Shatrughan Sinha) from Indian Intelligence Bureau are shown at the top of their game. Due to some misconception, they become sworn enemies but meanwhile they have their jobs to do. Ashwinikumar is investigating a mysterious plot to kill a VVIP in New Delhi while James is on a Ringanian mission in India. They fight and temporarily make peace and the rest of the movie is about their joint effort to figure out the mystery and ruin the evil plot. Written by Vik Kap

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After the sucess of be-rehem the prodcer started this film with strong cast, but parveen babi disapearence and sanjeev kumar demise this film was released as it is. See more »

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James Bond copy with all standard bollywood masala added
23 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

OK. This is NOT great but it is so cheesy and full of bollywoodisms that it is more humor than thriller. An attempt to copy James Bond movies with baddies intent on world domination but with so many Hindi movie traps that Broccoli couldn't ever have imagined. Two secret agents instead of one who first hate each other but then get together. Each paired with a typical ideal leading lady, more songs than you can tolerate in a thriller and even kidnapped maa. Throw in lots of farz, usual masal dialogs, shake well and serve with a side of songs and comedy. Just like in James Bond movies, the heroes seem past their prime and in need of better belts to stop their paunches from running ahead of them.


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