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Credited cast:
Nirosha Nirosha ... Julie
Aurn Pandian Aurn Pandian ... David Kumar
Rajani Rajani ... Geeta (as Sasikala)
Ramki Ramki ... Pratap
Senthil ... Munim
Srividya ... Dr. Chandralekha


A grieving mother asks an ex-army man to rescue her son 'Surinder' who is locked-up in a military prison. But at the same time a hideous criminal appoints a fugitive to kidnap Surinder from the prison and kill the ex-army man. Both leave for their missions respectively, not knowing what Surinder holds in his past and the fugitive takes this personal. Written by twilight_astral

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Hindi | Tamil

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31 July 1990 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Inainda Kaigal See more »

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One hero is a Muscle man, but the other is not.
18 September 2007 | by chinthSee all my reviews

I watched the Tamil film "Ineinda Kigali (Fixed hands)" at the theater. When I got to watch "Aakhri sangran"(final battle) {the name should be corrected), I realized that this is the Hindi dubbed version of the above Tamil film. Same actors, same scenes, different language and different character names (Sathish in Tamil: Prathab in Hindi). Absolutely this is an action packed adventure. But in two hero movie the director must avoid the exhibition of one actor's weakness over other. Leading hero Ramki, as many other Tamil actors, is not a man with perfect muscle built body. The supporting hero Arun Pandian, is a strong tough guy with muscle filled physique. There are very little number of strong men in Tamil films such as Arjun, Sarath Kumar, etc. In the scenes with bare arms, we see the difference of these two men. in the scene that two men catch their hands with friendship in the train, Arun's jerkin sleeve is stretched as his muscles stretch. Nothing happens to Ramki's sleeve. Director should avoid such incidents when south Asian fans are appreciating well built strong heroes. (such as Hindi and Hollywood films) Acting is well done. Ramki's actions when he steals the statue is super. The story is nicely managed. The villain amputates his own leg to save the life. In the combat scenes, it is again shown that Arun is a good fighter with martial art skills than Ramki. In the scene of cliff climb, Arun takes the lead. It is reasonable up to some extent because Arun (David) is a well trained army major while Ramki (Prathab) is a bandit. This is a very good film. If this weakness was not there, it would be better.

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