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Prince Amar Singh
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Diwan's son
Bindu ...
Ranimaa
Raza Murad ...
Jaggu Dada / Inspector Khan
Ramesh Deo ...
Diwanji
Jagdish Raj ...
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Shakti Kapoor ...
Dhartiprasad
Urmila Bhatt ...
Amar's dadimaa
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Aristocratic Amar Singh is the heir to his princely estate, left behind by late father, who had re-married a cruel and calculating woman, Ranimaa, and has been mismanaging the estate for her own personal gain, with the help of her brother, Dhartiprasad, her Diwan and his son. When she finds out that Amar is interfering in this process, she has him killed by planting a time-bomb in his car. After sometime, differences arise between Ranimaa and Dhartiprasad, and Dhartiprasad is asked to leave. Alone, homeless, and alcoholic, Dhartiprasad comes across a look-alike of Amar Singh, whose name is Amru Dada, a hoodlum. Dhartiprasad persuades Amru to impersonate Amar, and takes him to the palace, where both are able to prove that he is the real prince, who had somehow survived the accident. None of them know that Amru has an agenda of his own, and has not intention of sharing any of his new-found wealth and status with any one. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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An Entertaining Movie
24 December 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

One of Sanjay Dutt's earlier movies that is quite entertaining. It released somewhere in between "Naam" and "Inaam Dus Hazaar" and is nowhere close to the above mentioned movies. Yet it is good fun and makes for interesting viewing. It has a decent storyline and good performances by all the principal actors. Anu Malik's music is passable, save for the Kishore Kumar -- Anuradha Paudwal duet "Kaala Kauwa Dekhta hai." Action sequences are quite good but the production values are pretty ordinary. Can't blame it on the makers though. The movie was made in the 1980s where few makers dared to spend money. It was a plus movie though and was later remade as "Chhupa Rustam" -- a Sanjay Kapoor-starrer.


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