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Collector
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Raksha / Raju Guide
Rajiv Goswami ...
Shakti S. Singh
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Swami Satyanand
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Mrs. Singh
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Raja Shamsher Singh
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Sangram Singh
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Bharati S. Singh
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Maryada Shivpal Singh
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Satpal
Monty Nath
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Pratap Singh
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Shiva (as Shiva)
Brij Bhushan Sahni ...
(as Brijbhushan Sahani)
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Unhappy with India's independence from the British, Raja Shamsher Singh and his goons, initially attempt to put their candidate, Shishupal, up for elections. But when opposed by Sangram Singh, they have him killed, and blame Pratap Singh. Sangram's wife, Bharati, rebels, becomes a bandit, and sends her son, Shakti, to Bombay so that he can study and return back to Ramgarh to oppose the tyrannical Shamsher, and have Pratap killed. Years later Shakti does return back but Bharati does not know that he has an hidden agenda - which does not include seeking vengeance from Pratap or Shamsher. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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4 April 1991 (India)  »

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Actor and producer Manoj Kumar, incriminated by the Film Distributors' Association for allegedly not paying commission to a distributor, was given relief by the Bombay High Court in 2007. Manoj Kumar was fined over Rs 2 lakh by the Indian Motion Pictures' Distributors Association for failing to pay the commission to P V Sanghavi, who was awarded the Mumbai territory distribution rights for the actor's film in 1991.The film, 'Deshwasi', was produced by Kumar's brother Rajiv Goswami's VIP Films Combines, in which Manoj Kumar had a guest role. VIP Films had awarded distribution rights of the film to Sanghavi on March 26, 1991 for a period of five years on commission basis. Though Kumar was not party to the agreement, the movie posters and advertisements held Kumar as the presenter of the film.When VIP Films failed to pay Sanghavi his due commission in 1996, he approached the distributors' body and sought them to direct Kumar to pay. However, Kumar told IMPDA that he was not a party in the contract between Sanghavi and VIP Films and that his brother had shifted from the city and settled in Haryana. But the association still directed Kumar to pay up the Rs 2.21 lakhcommission along with interest to Sanghavi.Kumar moved the high court challenging the order. The division bench of Justices R M S Khandeparkar and D Y Chandrachud last week set aside IMPDA order, saying that Kumar was not a party to the contract.The judges also held that Kumar's name was only as the presenter of the film and had nothing to do with the production of the same. See more »

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Sawan Ka Mahina Badal Paani Leke Aa Gaya
Performed by Anuradha Paudwal
Lyrics by Anand Bakshi
Composed by Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar, Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma
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