Raja and Rahul are brothers living with their mother (Shardha) in a village located in the green hills of Himachal Pradesh. Incidently they love the same girl, Chinar. One of them ... See full summary »

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Raja
Neelam ...
Chinar
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Rahul
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Ghulam Rasool
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Mama
Alok Nath ...
Kishan
Anjana Mumtaz ...
Sharda
Ram Mohan ...
Sukhdev
Gurbachchan Singh ...
Bhanu Pratap's Henchman (as Gurbachan)
Beena Verma ...
Laxmi
Master Bunty
Baby Ruchika ...
Young Chinar
Master Swapnesh
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Thakur Bhanu Pratap
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Amrit Patel ...
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Raja and Rahul are brothers living with their mother (Shardha) in a village located in the green hills of Himachal Pradesh. Incidently they love the same girl, Chinar. One of them sacrifices his love for his brother. First half of the movie revolves around that love story. In the second half, both brothers come to know that Bharu Pratap raped his mother and killed his father, Kishan. Then, both of them takes revenge from Bharu Pratap. Written by Mohsin Ali Khan

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3 April 1992 (India)  »

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Sanju's worst
23 September 2012 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

Ajay Kashyap was nothing but a liability towards Sanju's career. Baring a few good films like Do Quadi and Naam O Nishan, Kashyap gave Sanju some of his worst films ever. Do Matwale was a disaster, Mere Haque sank without a trace, and the very first Jaan Ki Baazi was an absolute crass. Saheebzaade was another Sanju-Kashyap which failed at the box office. It starting in 1988 and released in 1992 like most Dutt films from the early 90s. From the list of 9 1991-1992 Sanjay Dutt releases, most were craps that got delayed except a few like Adharm(also got delayed but good), Saajan(didn't get delayed, a brilliant romantic drama film). Saheebzaaade is an ordinary love story which would have worked if the performances and dialogs were power packed. The movie is about 2 brothers who fall for the same girl but one brother sacrifices his love for the other. The first half contains lots of 90s romance(boring), cheesy comedy(boring as well), and some serious scenes which contain lots of weeping(oh god, so annoying). The second half too contains more weeping, and little action(more of an extra ingredient to make a comeback to such a bad film). The twist is that their mom was falsely accused and murdered and the son's take revenge. The ending is typical Bollywood style. The film is horrible in every aspect, Dutt had pretty much died in the 90s from flops like this. Though films like Saajan, Adharm, Khalnayak, Gumraah, Aatish, Dushman, Kartoos, and the critically acclaimed Vastav gave his career goods in his bad periods. In fact if Sanju didn't get Aatish, his other delayed releases from the 80s and 90s would have killed his career. Saheebzaade is nothing close to good, it is far from average as well. It is marked for another Ajay Kashyap flop at the box office and these films have been forgotten, as they are the past decades nonsensical flops. On the whole, Saheezade is nothing great and is only a drawback for Sanju's career from the 1991-1992 period.


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