A cricketer turns kick-boxer in order to avenge the death of his brother.

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S.K. Rao (as Farooque Shaikh)
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Sikandar Hyaat Khan
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Ida
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Dheerender Singh
Kelly Dorji ...
Gajanan Dinan
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Madhav Suri
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Noor Mohammmad
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Anwar Shaikh
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Neela Chaudhary
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Mohammad Akhtar
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Dheerendra Singh is a kick-boxer, who after beating Gajanan Dinan, has been selected to represent India in the 14th Annual Kick-boxing tournament in Kuala Lumpur where he will be pitted against Pakistan's Noor Mohammad. He is engaged to Neela Chaudhary, and lives with his widowed mother, and a cricketer brother, Veerender. The family witness Dheerendra excel himself during his bout against Noor but ends up gravely injured, and subsequently passes away after a kick in the neck area. When the Malaysian Government rules it as an accident, an enraged Dheerendra opts out of cricket, joins the kick-boxing team, and travels to Lahore (a city that was founded by Vishnu Avatar Ramji's son, Lav) to participate in the Quid-E-Azam Tournament where he hopes to avenge his brother's untimely death but is not aware of the outcome of his quest as well as the surprises that await him there. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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BEYOND BORDERS, BETWEEN NATIONS LIES A BATTLE TO END ALL WARS.

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The main plot of the story is a remake of the American martial arts film Best of the Best (1989) but adds the political tension for this film. See more »

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Festering Hate
4 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I too like many who watched this movie, read the "internationally acclaimed reviews", but I was disappointed not only by the cliché unoriginal plot (which copies itself from movies such as Best of the Best, KickBoxer, and ever fight movie from the 80s) but also disappointed with the propaganda in the movie.

India and Pakistan have the largest militarized border in the world, fought three wars, and have one of the world's most intense rivalries...I know. But I also know that everywhere in the world OUTSIDE of the South Asian continent Indians and Pakistanis are above all friends. We share a common heritage, culture, and language that transcends the pride we hold. This movie was touted as a fair movie and "tolerant" but it is far from it. Its only accomplishment is to further deepen the rift through inaccurate and racist portrayals. Shame on the movie makers. As for the movies content the fight scenes were far from mediocre, the actors do NOT look like kickboxers, and the plot was very predictable. Being Pakistani I caught myself feeling anger and resentment towards my Indian brothers, and I know had an Indian person watched this they would feel the same towards a Pakistani. Why? As Ghandi (may he rest in peace) said

"We must become the change we want to see."

Mahatma Gandhi quote


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