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Agneepath is a story of revenge of Vijay Chauhan against an evil and sadistic Kaancha, who hangs Vijay's father to death. Vijay grows up with a single aim of avenging his father's death. The story revolves around Vijay Chauhan, his relationships with his family and above all, his Revenge. Written by
Hrithik Roshan and Sanjay Dutt worked after 12 years since Mission Kashmir, coincidentally in both Sanjay Dutt kills his father. See more »
Abu. Those areas were supposed to be mine.
You should have given them to me.
You are still going to get them. Just get rid of you drug habit.
What do you mean?
Do you see those crowds?
[pointing at Vijay and the people]
He has earned that with his own hands. So it's his. You are mine. My own blood. So you are mine.
I don't understand.
Let him rule. The throne is yours. When you are capable enough, you take it.
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Agneepath (1990) to begin with, is remembered majorly for Mr Amitabh Bachchan as Vijay Deenanath Chauhan. Agneepath (2012), however, will be remembered for Sanjay Datt as Kancha Cheena and Rishi Kapoor as Rauf Lala.
First half of movie, is racy,compelling and entertaining equally, thanks to brilliantly shot sequences, tight screenplay, heart-throbbing background score and power packed performances. Sanjay Datt excels throughout the movie, this is probably his milestone performance. Rishi Kapoor on the other hand, after showing brilliance in Do Dooni Chaar, again proves that a star remains a star! How about Hrithik?
Hrithik chooses expressions rather than words. He may not have mass - appealing dialogues but his expressions works like wonder! If you compare Hrithik directly with Amitabh Bachchan, he has, still, done a commendable job.
So where this movie lags? Post interval. Movie misses the thrill that it creates prior to interval, slows down its pace to focus on sub plots, which rather adds melodrama that is unneeded. Film seems dragged a bit too. Story, predictable and yet entertaining, somewhere challenges your logic. Climax, which seems to be written for justifying Sanjay's role, is not grand.
Music is good, background score is really thrilling.
Overall, a deserved watch for sure, but somehow keeps you longing for more.
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