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Sone Pe Suhaaga (1988)

A typical Hindi family drama. Paresh Rawal plays a crooked police officer who is the main cause of separation of the family of an honest police officer played by Navin nischol.

Director:

K. Bapaiah

Writers:

Kader Khan (dialogue), R. Selvaraj (screenplay) (as R. Selva Raj) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeetendra ... Vijay Kumar
Dharmendra ... Vikram / CBI Officer Ashwini Kumar
Nutan ... Usha Rani
Sridevi ... Meena
Anil Kapoor ... Ravi / Joginder
Poonam Dhillon ... Advocate Shraddha (Prem's bride)
Nirupa Roy ... Mrs. Kashinath
Kimi Katkar ... Usha (Dinu's Grand-Daugther)
Shakti Kapoor ... Joginder
Asrani ... Man on the street
Kader Khan ... Bashir Ahmed
Navin Nischol ... Hawaldar Vishwanath
Anupam Kher ... Justice Nyaychand Rastogi (N.C.R.)
Paresh Rawal ... Sub-Inspector Tejaa
Bharat Kapoor ... Prakash
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Storyline

Vijay Kumar is a well-off business industrialist who lives in Bombay in a palatial house. One day he returns home and finds out that his wallet has been stolen. Unknown to him, his wallet has ended up with a petty thief and pick-pocket named Vikram, who, in a drunken state, gives the wallet along with the money in it to a beggar woman named Usha Rani. Vijay does not know that this theft will turn his life upside down; re-unite him with his long-lost mother & brother; as well as put the lives of everyone he knows at risk at the hands of powerful gangster, Tejaa, who will leave no stone unturned to destroy Vijay and whoever comes in his way. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Action | Family

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

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A.G. Films See more »
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Color
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The film was the most well awaited multi-starrer of 1988 as all the stars were at a good phase in their careers. Unfortunately it was the same lost and found/revenge drama played out dozens of times that year alone. The film barely managed to do average business at the box office and was Anil Kapoor's fourth flop in a row in 1988. The first 3 were Kasam, Ram Avtaar and Vijay. See more »

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Not that bad
5 February 2010 | by sharankandhaiSee all my reviews

This movie is actually not as bas as some people make it out to be. You should not forget in which time this movie was made, the 80s. Okay so the cast is huge (Jeetu-Sri/ dharm-poonam/ anil kimmi and the villains and comedians) but it is not as huge as THE BURNING TRAIN (Dharmendra, hema, Jeetendra, Neeut Singh, Vinod Khanna, Parveen Babi, Navin Nischal, Simmi Garewal, Vinod Mehra, Padmini Kapila, Danny Denzongpa, Ranjeet, Sujeet Kumar and many more) which was a much better film. Jeetendra and Sridevi were THE stars of the film. Actually the film had started during Anil's TEZAAB days but released actually after MR India and Anil was not pleased that Sridevi was not opposite him in the movie and did not want to complete the movie. A few extra scenes were wrtiiten especially for him featuring La Devi (now His Bhabhi). These were the days when Anil had some point to prove : either trying (unsuccesfully of course) to replace Amitabh bachchan (who the hell can ever replace GOD???), He had a beef with Sanjay Dutt and Sunny Deol as well. And after Awaargi en Deewaane Mastane where Govinda upstages him 100 percent even Govindsa was on his blacklist. Anyhow, the movie is worth a watch, its what we call CAMP


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