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People of Mangalpur die in a bizarre pattern. Inspector Vijay is appointed to reveal the truth behind the mystery.

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Inspector Vijay
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D.C.P Sir
Ranjan Grewal
Madan Joshi
Ranjeeta Kaur ...
Renu
Ravi Kumar ...
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Sadhu Meher ...
Sidhu
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Thakur Sahab
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Sadhu Singh
Shashi Ranjan
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Champa
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Mangu
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Rajguru
Razia Sultana ...
Rani
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People of Mangalpur die in a bizarre pattern. Inspector Vijay is appointed to reveal the truth behind the mystery.

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1 January 1979 (India)  »

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Complete Let Down...
12 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Bhayaanak Directed By S.U. Syed is A Horror / Mystery Drama. Script Has Same Instruments Like Deserted Village, Creepy Mansion, Scary Strange People, Horse Driven Vehicle & Mysterious Death Pattern. Screenplay is Good But Only in Parts. Editing is Weak. Direction is Very Mediocre. Horror Element is Not Existent. Dialogues & Action Are Less Effective.

Inspector Vijay(Mithun Chakraborty) Saves Renu(Ranjeeta Kaur) From Goons. They Fall in Love And Get Married. Vijay is Transferred To Mangalapur. He Arrives in Mangalpur. Followed By Renu After Few Days. Upon Her Arrival She Finds That Mangalpur is a Desolate Town With Strange People. She Decides To Continue Her Journey By Foot, But Ends Up At A Large Wilderness Where A Strange Brougham is Waiting For Her. It Takes Her To A Creepy Grove, Where She is Murdered.

Vijay Comes To Know About Her Death, Corpse is Devoid Of Blood And This Looks Strange To Him. He Begins To Look For the Clues. His Investigation Leads Him To The Deranged Family Of Dharam Pratap Singh (Nilu Phule), Who With His Brothers Lives A Secretive Life. More People Die in A Bizarre Pattern. With Few Twists & Turns It All Ends.

Acting Wise, Mithun Chakrabotry Alone Carries The Whole Movie On His Shoulders By His Natural Acting. Rest Of The Cast is Weak. Ranjeeta Did Well in Cameo.

Music By Usha Khanna is Average. "Bheega Bheega Mausam" By Hemlata & "Dhuan Sa Utha" By Suresh Wadkar Are Fine Compositions.

Overall Avoidable Flick For The Genre. Strictly For Mithun Fans.


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