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A brave Indian policeman named Raj beats up and then arrests a Muslim terrorist by the name of Khan. This gets him promoted, and he is congratulated by none other than his father-in-law, ... See full summary »
Unable to witness the injustice and brutality inflict on the residents by a tyrannical gangster, Katya, in a small Indian village in India; Kashinath alias Kashi decides to single-handily ... See full summary »
After witnessing a rape in her own household, Damini fights for justice for the deceased victim. However, she faces a bunch of challenges until she meets a disgraced lawyer who decides to fight the case and bring the culprits to justice.
Omnipresent Bollywood acting dynamo Sunny Deol stars as Deva, the son of an honest lawyer (Anupam Kher) who lives with his brother, Aakash (Sachin Khedekar), and his beloved sister, Guddi (... See full summary »
Inheriting from the ancestors, the legacy of the Ayurveda panacea 'Vajrakavach', a famed and effective remedy for all ills, the brother duo Pooran and Kaala use the kavach with varied ... See full summary »
The trio of Dharam (Dharmendra), Paramveer (Sunny Deol) and Gajodhar (Bobby Deol) reunite, this time in the UK. Paramveer opens up the "Yamla Pagla Deewana" club and re-encounters a visit ... See full summary »
The credits show Sunny Deol In and As before showing the film title. This was prevalent in the 70s and 80s but very rare in today's movies as lead actors playing the title role would not have such an introduction in the film credits. See more »
In the end credits, actor Amit Behl's name appears in the character name side and his character name Vasiyat is shown in the real actor's side. See more »
There was a time when Sunny Deol was the reigning action hero as he had charisma and personality to pull off the action-drama roles with ease. After a long gap, he emerges back from the surface and gives you a punchy hardcore masala film.
Singh Saab The Great tells the story of a messiah who believes in "Change" rather than "Revenge" as he suffers a setback after losing his wife in a good verses evil battle.
From the director cult Gadar, Anil Sharma brings back the action- melodrama of 90's into the current scenario. Though the theme of the subject is well-intentioned , it is direction and screenplay which takes a backseat. The first half of the film literally does not have any impactful scenes except for the interaction between Sunny Deol and Prakash Raj. It is the second half which makes the film interesting and whole pictures heaves a sigh of relief. Art direction and cinematography are good. Action scenes are over-rated. Not sure why Hindi films displays people flying in the air with a single punch. Music is terrible. It is Sunny Deol who saves the film from falling into pit. He emotes, punches and delivers exceptionally well. Amrita Rao and Prakash Raj are passable.
If you are big fan of Sunny Deol, you will enjoy it otherwise it is a plain average film. Decent 2.75/5
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