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Credited cast:
IPS Officer
Monty Bhalla
Inspector Bakshi
Manek Bedi ...
Amar Sharma
Hemant Birje ...
Vicky Roy
Jailor Siddhant Kumar Sharma
Mangal Dhillon ...
Dy. Jailor Sewak
O Men
Ankush Roy
Advocate Sheila S. Sharma
Sadiya Siddiqui ...


Nicknamed as "Hitler", Jailer Siddhanth Kumar Sharma is feared and respected at work as well as at home where he lives with his wife, a former lawyer, Sheila; younger brother, Amar; two younger sisters and his son. He would like Amar to find employment for himself on his merit rather than use his contacts, but Amar is unable to secure any employment. Then wealthy Daulatram insults Siddhanth, accuses him of using Amar as a ploy to fall in love with his daughter, Priya, so that the Sharma family can inherit his wealth. An angered Siddhanth confronts Amar, and is told that he has fallen in love with Priya and would like to marry her. Amar is angry with Daulatram and wants him to apologize to Siddhanth, an argument ensues between them, Amar grabs a knife and warns Daulatram. Shortly thereafter, the police arrest Amar for killing Daulatram. Siddhant disbelieves him, but Sheila decides to don her black gown and represent her brother-in-law, against the overwhelming evidence that has ... Written by rAjOo (

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1998 (India)  »

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Oh Sipaiya Hai Hamre Badke Bhaiya  »

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Mithun's typical film from the 90's
11 February 2012 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

After most Mithun films from 1991-1994 were miserably flopping at the box office, Mithun opened up his own dream factory where he would shoot films particularly near or at Ooty. Sadly, 90% of Mithun films were flops from 1991-2000 and his flop streak continued till 2004 with 20 delayed films that released either in either 2000, 2001, 2002, or 2003. Hitler is another Mithun movie with TLV Prasad who actually helped Mithun recover with hits from 90's like Janta Ki Adalat(1994), Chaandal(1998), and the super hit Shera(1999). But, movies like Zakhmi Sipahi(1992), Ustadon Ka Ustaad(1998), Kaalia(1997), Hitler(1998), and a few more were flops. Therefore, Mithun's career was still at a below average point, it's hard to believe how this guy survived through the 90's! Hitler's story I will not bother telling because it's a typical love story which turns into an action, but the first scene is an action scene. But, the action is just an add on, the romance and the silly comedy is what Prasad used. But, the predictable mystery of Mithun's son in jail from a false conspiracy is retarded and the identity of the killer is easy to catch. Hitler was Prasad's few films to have the mystery genre but a director who only created one decent mystery film Shera couldn't create his magic before in Hitler. Mithun's acting is good, but he is not enough for the movie to be good. Shilpa Shirodkar is good, but the supporting cast is bad. The film hasn't been well edited which explains the awful climax where Mithun goes banging people after enough tolerance of humiliation. Rambo Rajkumar's action is horrible, a slight punch on the face doesn't make you flip around and fall. The stupid action director has no idea of action but it's so funny to watch this guys action. The movie is pretty bad and I don't recommend it, Rajiv Babbar's Shapath and Yamraaj are good. Even TLV Prasad's Shera is better!

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