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Jaan Ki Baazi (1985)

Not Rated | | Action | 25 October 1985 (India)
A girl is saved by a young man this experience brings them together. Their union faces obstacles in the future.

Director:

Ajay Kashyap

Writers:

Ajay Kashyap, Anwar Khan (dialogue)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sanjay Dutt ... Inspector Amar / Bambaiya (Laxman)
Anita Raj ... Geeta
Anuradha Patel ... Sundri (Idli Dosa)
Gulshan Grover ... Cheetah
Shafi Inamdar ... Inspector Ranjit Waghmare
Dan Dhanoa ... Sanga
Goga Kapoor ... Mahender
Manik Irani ... Ranga
Swaroop Sampat ... Renu Waghmare
Rakesh Bedi ... Hawaldar Tendulkar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harbans Darshan M. Arora ... Inspector
Robin Bhatt Robin Bhatt
Seema Deo ... Amar's Mother
Sunil Dhawan ... Inspector Shiv Singh
Jullian ... Cheetah's Goon
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Storyline

Cheetah,Sanga and Jaabbar escape from police van and kill a man and molest his daughter Geeta who decides to revenge her father's death.She comes across a sharp shooter from small town and learns shooting from him but he turns out to be a cop Inspector Amar who wanted to reach the goons by means of Geeta.Amar and Geeta get married soon and he finds that Cheetah is the same person who cheated on his sister.Amar and his sister get killed by Cheetah and Sanga and Geeta applies for police force and gets selected .She comes across a kind hearten goon Bambaiya look-alike of Amar who helps her in taking her revenge as well as pretends to be Amar in front of his mother. Written by alex.mjacko@gmail.com

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First film Sanjay Dutt shot after 3 years.After his drugs phase and returning to India after being in rehabilitation center in US where he was taking treatment for drugs. See more »

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one of Dutt's earliest films
11 January 2013 | by superindrajitSee all my reviews

This film was actually right after lots of flop films like Bekaraar, Johnny I love you and Mera Faisla. This film marks the return of Dutt after taking a short break from films. Though, this film wasn't anything great it was his first semi hit. Before this Sanjay Dutt only had films like Rocky and Vidhaata which worked. Whilst all his other releases tanked at the box office.

The film is about a girl who is saved by a young man when she almost gets molested and murdered. However, the same group of bandits kill the person after a few peaceful months of that person and the girl's marriage. The girl swears she will take revenge and years later her son(Sanjay Dutt in a double role) grows up and takes revenge. This Dutt is more deadly and smarter than the father Dutt. This is the basic plot and from the story you realise that its nothing but a typical 70s film. However, a film like this is okay for a 1980s release as it might still work. 1990s and later would be the worst time period as by now these kind of movies don't fit as the typical entertainer.

On the Whole, the film is a pile of garbage but it works mainly as Sanjay Dutt film. When he was young he was more energetic and most of his films from the 80s saw a young and enthusastic Dutt perform on the bigscreen. This was a delight to see and Anita Raaj is good as the heroine. Their chemistry is decent but the pairing of Annuradha Patel and the other Dutt(father) is bad as the chemistry is missing.


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Language:

Hindi

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25 October 1985 (India) See more »

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Verma Films Combine See more »
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