Amar comes from the village to the city in order to seek medical treatment for his mother; as soon as he reaches the city he is robbed of his money. Fortunately for him Ajay manages to come... See full summary »

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Sonu
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Amar (as Chunkey Pandey)
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Dr. Pooja
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Gorakh Nath (as Kadar Khan)
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Pyaremohan
Anjana Mumtaz ...
Sarita G. Nath
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Amar's Mother
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Kunika (Pyare's Fiancée) (as Kunica)
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Sampath (ward boy) / Champath / Ganpath
Asha Singh
Poonam Shetty ...
Monica
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Gurbachchan Singh ...
Kaalia (Pick-Pocket) (as Gurubachan Singh)
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Amar comes from the village to the city in order to seek medical treatment for his mother; as soon as he reaches the city he is robbed of his money. Fortunately for him Ajay manages to come to his rescue securing his belonging. Then one day Amar attempt to prevent Ajay from committing a robbery only to get Ajay arrested by the police; he then swears to avenge this. Shortly after Amar is forced to take to crime in order to acquire huge sums of money for his mother's operation. Time passes and Ajay gets released from jail; it is here he thinks about closing in on Amar only to learn that Amar is in love with his sister, Dr. Pooja. Ajay not only objects to their marriage but openly threatens Amar forcing the couple to elope and get marry. Unfortunately after the marriage Pooja gets raped and killed - while the police hold Amar responsible for this carnage, Ajay wants to utilize this opportunity to kill him. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Sanju's not so good days
19 September 2012 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

Do Matewale released in 1992 or 1993 when Sanju had 4-5 films delayed from 1989 and most of them bombed at the box office. Do Matewale was one of the 5 films that flopped at the box office and gave nothing but a flop for Sanju after his superhit Saajan from 1991. This film is best known for its idiotic and cheesy stunts and typical 80s story. The film actually got delayed like most flops Dutt stared in from the 5 films. The movie is so typical, you get bored of watching the same crap you have seen. Why not watch action movies of Sanju which are better, even flops like Andolan and Zammna Se Kya Darna was better than this. The worst part is the director chose such a bland script. Whats even worse is that all the villains are meant to be cunning but they all make fools of themselves. The story(told a million times) with a bogus twist which is badly written as well on how Chunkey Pandey didn't kill the heroine. The editing is bad, fourth rate. Sanjay Dutt returns after a year of nothing but duds and bigger duds. Chunkey Pandey is giving nothing but flops since Paap Ki Duniya his last hit film that too because of Sunny Deol. Ajay Kashyap(the director), gives his worst film ever, he never was really a good director. His best film(that too a flop) is Do Quadi with Govinda and Dutt.


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