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Credited cast:
Arjun Bakshi
C.S. Dubey ...
Sundeep Kashyap
Lala Ranjan
Seema A. Varma / Seema J. Singh (as Neelam)
Vishwanath Nair
Aadesh Varma
Mohan Nayak
Sunil Rege ...
Police Commissioner
Munna (as Mahaveer Shah)
ACP Jay R. Singh
Jay's mom


Jay Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his dad, Raghunath, and mom, in Bombay. His dad is killed, and both he and his mother attempt to get justice, but their efforts prove to be all in vain. Then he meets with Seema, the only daughter of Editor Aadesh Varma, both fall in love and get engaged. Jay takes a course in Indian Police Services and hopes to become a police officer. He does well in his exams and is all set to secure his job, but before that could happen Aadesh gets killed, and Jay gets arrested and lodged in a cell. When his mother finds out, she goes to the Police Station, but is abused and not permitted to meet with him. Subsequently Jay is released, but re-arrested after he assaults Inspector Kelkar, and is tortured and beaten. The Police Commissioner subsequently arranges his release, and Jay returns home, gets married to Seema, and both find to their shock and surprise that Seema's house has been taken over by a criminal don, Lala Ranjan, who wants to ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Jackie's routine film(an absolute crass)
24 September 2012 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

Jackie Shroff is a talented actor but mostly from the 80s, barring a few good films from 90s, he is wasted. He mostly starred in nonsense bollywood movies from which some worked and several flopped. Antim Nyay released in 1993 when Jackie Shroff got his most recent blockbuster film Gardish(a brilliant film by Priyadarshan). Anyways, Antim Nyay is another typical bollywood film where the story tries to form a good twist like the villains taking over their home but slowly, the film again becomes a typical action film. The main focus of the film from that point again is for Jackie to kill all the villains one by one. The action scenes are cheesy and hilarious. The scene where Jackie is re arrested and severely tortured by the corrupt inspector isn't good as they overdid the torture scene. It wasn't fun watching Jackie cuffed and tortured and as far as I know, no officer can re arrest a man like that for a stupid reason. The guy verbally abuses his family and it is his fault, stupid corruption. On the whole, Antim Nyay is a forgtten crap film with one good twist which doesn't quite appeal as the film becomes typical and people use their fists more than their brains.

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