A young man named Satya (J.D Chakravarthy) comes to Mumbai from South India in search of a job. Jailed for something he did not do, the once-honest young man meets an underworld boss, Bhiku Mhatre (Manoj Bajpai) in jail and joins his gang. He lives in a poor neighborhood, where he meets, Vidya (Urmila Matondkar), who lives next door. She is not aware of his underworld connections. Satya slowly rises up the ranks of his gang, and becomes the most influential person. Satya is torn between his girlfriend and his gangster life.
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Iconic dialog from the film Mumbai Ka King Kaun Bhiku Mhatre.While shooting the scene Manoj Bajpai really had a hard time due to fear of height.Manoj Bajpai had to stand at the edge on the high rocks and utter his dialog.Manoj Bajpai would do it perfectly but upon reaching on the rocks he would forget his dialog fearing he might fall.Finally he was tied up with rope and made to climb the rocks but due to heavy winds He would again forget the dialog.Director Rm Gopal Verma then told him to climb on the rocks and say what ever comes to his mind and he would later dub the line sin dubbing session.Manoj Bajpai finally climbed the rocks and shouted Muje Yaha Se Neeche Utara Muje Yaha Se Neeche Utara (take me down from here take me down from here).The original dialog was later dubbed in dubbing session. See more
In the song Kalu Mama, at one shot there is a bottle in the right side of Saurabh Shukla which in the next shot shifts to the left See more
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