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Brahmachari ...
Reddy
Rajan Haksar ...
Mombha
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Pinchoo Kapoor
Inder Khosla
Shiv Kumar
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Praveen Paul ...
Mrs. Nathani
Shetty ...
Alberto / Mogambho
Om Shivpuri
Nandita Thakur ...
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Ratan runs a legitimate casino, little knowing that he is under surveillance by an international gangster named Mogambha, who is unseen, but heard only. When Ratan is approached and asked to partner with Mogambha, he refuses, and is implicated in a murder of a man named Mombha. Thus entrapped, he agrees to be part of Mogambha's gang and is asked to work together with Pinky Nathani and Mike. Subsequently, Ratan is asked to kill Ajit Saxena, the Commissioner of Police, which he refuses to do. Mogambho's men then abduct his Secretary, Reddy, and his sister, Mala, and hold them for ransom until such time Ratan assassinates Ajit. Will Ratan commit this felony, or refuse at the risk of losing Reddy and Mala. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Dishum Dishum with lots of skin
30 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This recycled B grade Masala film starring Vinod Khanna as a macho hero is a mash-mash of age old Boss- smugglers-Duplicates and cabarets and two well endowed ladies Bindu and Neetu Singh (in double role) who show lots of skin in Bikins and low cut dresses , amusingly unnecessarily. The film has a weak story line, lots of loose ends about the id of the villains and innumerable fights with at least three cabaret dances too.. Go for it unless you have nothing to do but with some sari-don and coffee for after film blues. The music by Ravindra Jain is uninspiring and production values are quite low-key.


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