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Daulat Ki Jung (1992)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Romance
Two young lovers elope to get married and get caught between two gangs searching for buried treasure.

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S.A. Kader
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Credited cast:
Aamir Khan ... Rajesh Chaudhry
Juhi Chawla ... Asha Agarwal
Shafi Inamdar ... Bhushan Chaudhry (Rajesh's father)
Chitra Deshmukh Chitra Deshmukh ... Sharda Agarwal (Asha's Aunt)
Tiku Talsania ... Mr. Agarwal (Asha's father)
Paresh Rawal ... Haribhai
Kader Khan ... K.K. Topji / Sher Khan
Kiran Kumar ... Rana
Dalip Tahil ... Mike
Daya Dongre ... Shanti Chaudhry
Viju Khote ... Inspector Godbhole
Mehmood Jr. ... Chotu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Birbal
Jamuna Jamuna

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Business-rivals Bhushan Chaudhry and Agarwal's children, Rajesh and Asha are collegians who are in love with each other. When their parents find out about this romance Rajesh and Asha are restricted not to have any doings with each other prompting them to elope. Their scenario changes when they are made targets by various gangsters which not only endangers their lives but changes it forever. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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One of Aamir Khan films to star Kader Khan.Another film was Jawani Zindabad both released in same year. See more »

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Better than a lot of people thought it was.
10 June 2012 | by idsmithersSee all my reviews

The story in this Movie revolves around two lovers, handsome Rajesh (Aamir Khan) and charming Asha (Juhi Chawla), who love each other. They are students of the same college and studying in the same class. Rajesh's father Mr. Chowdhry (Shafi Inamdar) and Asha's father Mr. Agarwal (Tiku Talsania) are well known rival builders.

A situation leads to the father's knowing about the children's involvement with each other and hence they restrict their moments. This leads the young lovers to revolt, and they elope with each other. The father's are left with nothing more than to make police complaints.

This movie was actually not terribly bad. I love Aamir Khan and perhaps that is altering my review. But this movie truly did not deserve such harsh reviews. This movie was charming, Aamir and Juhi are a great pair, has the classic cops and robbers tale told through a treasure hunt. And it has got twists here and there that make it even more entertaining. I admit that there is a section towards the end that may be boring for some viewers, but if you stick with it you will not be disappointed. That I promise.


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Language:

Hindi

Also Known As:

War of Wealth See more »

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