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Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni (1989)

Gangaram Verma has worked for the local municipality for several years, and is known in the community for being honest. Contractors' many attempts to bribe him have all been in vain. One of... See full summary »

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Vimal Kumar
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Complete credited cast:
Govinda ... Ravi Verma
Kimi Katkar ... Radha
Kader Khan ... Gangaram Verma
Asrani ... Datturam
Shakti Kapoor ... Vijay Verma
Gulshan Grover ... Ranjeet
Shoma Anand ... Sapna Kumar
Mehmood Jr. ... Iqbal
Paintal ... Maganlal
Rajesh Puri ... Pyarelal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vikas Anand ... Vijay's Lawyer
Bharat Bhushan ... School Principal
Seema Deo ... Laxmi Verma
Dinesh Hingoo ... Jokumal Makhumal
Javed Khan ... Javed
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Gangaram Verma has worked for the local municipality for several years, and is known in the community for being honest. Contractors' many attempts to bribe him have all been in vain. One of the contractor's, Prem Kumar, decides to teach Gangaram a lesson. He hires Gangaram's only son, Vijay, in his office, and subsequently gets him married to his only daughter, Sapna. The three then scheme to get Gangaram to trust them, and upon doing so, they get him to sign his property to them, leaving Gangaram and his wife, Laxmi, homeless. Vijay and Sapna bring up their son, Ravi, and tell him that his grandparents are dead. Years go by, then one day Ravi comes across a coolie who resembles his grandfather. He follows him home, and gets to hear the truth from his lips, and decides to treat his mom and dad the same way they treated his grandparents, with shocking results. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy | Drama

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Inspired from Suntan 1976. See more »

Soundtracks

Aaja Aa Khelen Game Koi
Sung by Kumar Sanu and Sapna Mukherjee
Music by Rajesh Roshan
Lyrics by Sami Malik
Audion on 'Venus Records & Tapes [in]'
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honor your parents or else
2 December 2006 | by tarotwitch0See all my reviews

I got this movie because I have become quite a Govinda fan. I almost didn't as it had no reviews and only a few votes. Did only relatives vote? But Govinda and his dancing and his smile won out and it was worth the view. A little heavy handed in the message, but Bollywood does that.

We have a son who's greed for money has him rejecting his honest father and his views of life. The son marries the daughter of the honest father's worst enemy. They become estranged. Then the son has his own son. The grandparents become close to the grandson The grandson comes to prefer his grandparents over his parents and so are thrown out into the cold cruel world to fend for themselves and the child is told his grandparents are dead.

20 years later the child is all grown up and finds out his grandparents are still alive and decides to teach his parents a lesson.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

2 June 1989 (India) See more »

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India

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