Raja a conman, born in a ordinary middle class family but brought upon the streets. Lived a solitude life with just friend D.P and Dadu his guardian who raised him and to earn his living ... See full summary »

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N. Chandra

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N. Chandra
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sanjay Kapoor ... Raja Verma / Ronnie
Mamta Kulkarni ... Reshmi Kapoor
Amrish Puri ... ACP Amritlal Bakshi
Shakti Kapoor
Himani Shivpuri ... Aarti Kapoor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rana Jung Bahadur ... Hotel owner
Mohan Kapoor ... Zanjhar Singh
Ashok Kumar ... Dadaji
Guddi Maruti
Pramod Moutho Pramod Moutho ... Amrendra Kapoor (as Pramod Muthu)
Dilip Prabhavalkar ... D.P.
Anjan Srivastav ... Dayal Verma
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Raja a conman, born in a ordinary middle class family but brought upon the streets. Lived a solitude life with just friend D.P and Dadu his guardian who raised him and to earn his living taught the art of corning.Once in a bank dacoity Raja comes across ferocious International mercenary terrorist Jhanjhar Singh who falls behind Raja's life. To save Raja from Jhanjhar Singh and arrest him S.P. Aarajeet Bakshi shelters Raja in Rashmi's house where they fall in love at first sight and become Beqabu for each other. Rashim's parents give Raja all the affection he has missed but are not able to give their daughter's hand in marriage. Raja's witness helps the law to sentence Jhanjhar. But Rashmi's parent disagree to Raja and Rashmi's marriage. Thus they both run away from their house but are not able get away from Jhanjhar Singh's men who are behind Raja's life. In a attack to kill Rashmi is injured. Love is not only getting but also sacrificing for one's beloved. Thus Raja to keep Rashmi ... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

13 October 1996 (India) See more »

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N.Chandra offered Manisha Koirala the film and wanted her to sign. Manisha refused saying she rather do his other film Wajood. N.Chandra agreed and signed Mamta Kulkarni. Manisha ended up losing Wajood to Madhuri. See more »

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References The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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Poor Movie. Admirable music
28 July 2018 | by haseeburSee all my reviews

Poor plot.Poor story.Only thing that is admirable is music of the movie


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