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Prahaar: The Final Attack (1991)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller, Action
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Prahaar is the story of Major Chavan, a tough and stern soldier, trained to destroy the enemy. He can see the enemy on our borders but is unaware of the invisible enemy within ourselves. ... See full summary »

Writers:

Hriday Lani (dialogue), Nana Patekar (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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1 nomination. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Nana Patekar ... Major Chauhan
Dimple Kapadia ... Kiran
Gautam Joglekar ... Peter D'Souza
Madhuri Dixit ... Shirley
Habib Tanvir Habib Tanvir ... John D'souza
Makrand Deshpande ... Shirley's brother
Achyut Potdar ... Sheirly's Father
Sai Deodhar ... Chiku
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jahangir Khan ... Terrorist
Ankush Mohite ... Local Goon
Malhar Patekar Malhar Patekar
Vishwajeet Pradhan ... Commando
Yagnesh Shetty Yagnesh Shetty ... Local Goon
Aadesh Shrivastava ... Playing violin in song dhadkan zara ruk gayi hai (as Adesh Shrivastava)
Shivkumar Subramaniam Shivkumar Subramaniam ... Khandagle
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Prahaar is the story of Major Chavan, a tough and stern soldier, trained to destroy the enemy. He can see the enemy on our borders but is unaware of the invisible enemy within ourselves. When one of Major's Commandos - Peter D'Souza is killed, he is shown the harsh reality revolving around us, the enemy is within ourselves. The battlefield changes and Major Chavan makes his final attack on the enemy within this crumbling society. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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training | thug | death | terrorist | bus | See All (45) »

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The Final Attack


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Malhar Patekar son of Nana Patekar played his younger version. See more »

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Verdict of the Court: Major Chavan has been disturbed mentally by the evils of society. Due to this he forgot his duty and made the mistake of trying to reform society.
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Soundtracks

Who's Gonna Love You Tonight
Written by David Foster (uncredited), John Bettis (uncredited) and Keith Diamond (uncredited)
Performed by David Foster
This is heard in the background when Shirley and Kiran meet Chauhan in the hotel room.
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One of the greatest films of India
5 April 2020 | by scofield7See all my reviews

Prahaar is simply one of the best or perhaps the best hindi film I have ever seen in my life . The pain , anger and frustration of an army officer when he faces the inner layers and reality of our society and criminal thugs . Nana Patekar gives the best acting performance of his lifetime . In terms of acting Nana Patekar is up there with Pacino and Deniro

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10/10


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India

Language:

Hindi

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Судьба солдата See more »

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Divya Films Combines See more »
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