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Bandhu (1992)

Deepak (Abhishek) and his wife Neeta (Geetanjali) along with their son decide to leave the chaotic city Bombay and move to the mountains. In the village they start farming and lead a happy ... See full summary »


Ugyen Chhopel


Danny Denzongpa




Credited cast:
Abhishek Abhishek ... Deepak
Danny Denzongpa ... Bandhu
Gitanjali Gitanjali ... Neeta
Farida Jalal ... Mausi
Deb Mukherjee ... Ajit Kumar Bihari


Deepak (Abhishek) and his wife Neeta (Geetanjali) along with their son decide to leave the chaotic city Bombay and move to the mountains. In the village they start farming and lead a happy life. Ajit Kumar Bihari a vicious land lord who wants to usurp over Deepak's farm and also has set sight on the beautiful Neeta. Things take a tragic turn when Deepak dies in a car accident leaving Neeta to fend for herself and her son. Wicked Bihari tries to take advantage of Neeta's plight and plots devious plans to get to her. A stranger (Danny Denzongpa) enters the scene and saves Neeta and acts as a protector to her family. Who is the stranger? Can he stop the wicked Bihari? Was Deepak's death accident or cold blooded murder? Written by Anonymous

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Saino (Nepali was a hit 1987 Nepali film directed by Ugyen Chopel. It starred Danny Denzongpa, Bhuwan K.C., Tripti Nadakar and child actor Raksha. The music of the film was composed by Ranjit Gazmer.[1] Danny Denzongpa wrote the story of the film and Tulsi Ghimire scripted the dialogues. The film's success led to its remake of a film Bandhu in 1992. A TV serial titled Ajnabee was also made that was based on Saino. Danny Denzongpa was a part of all three projects. See more »

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Danny Denzongpa was super. Archana Puran Singh sizzled.
15 January 2021 | by nadkarnisumeetSee all my reviews

Bandhu review :

After the super hit Hum (1991), Romesh Sharma produced this film which was a remake of a successful Nepali film called Saino (1987). Danny Denzonpa, who was main villain in Hum, was lead in that film and he took over multiple responsibilities of co-writer and actor of Bandhu which was ready for release in 1992.

Unfortunately, the film couldn't find any distributors which led to it being telecast on Doordarshan as a TV serial titled Ajnabi with certain additional scenes shot to increase the length.

The plot revolved around a couple who shift to their North eastern village and do well initially until the husband (newcomer Abhishek) suddenly dies. The wife (Geetanjali) is tormented by the village chief (Deb Mukherjee) and then, an uninvited stranger (Danny) arrives to protect her and her kiddo Binoo (Pinaki).

Danny and Pinaki shared a great rapport together. Their dosti wale scenes were truly endearing. The other cast and crew were earnest even though producer Romesh Sharma was hopelessly miscast. Abhishek appeared a bit awkward in such a pivotal role, specially in the crucial love making scene he had with the sexy Archana Puran Singh.

The TV serial appeared a bit stretched but the film, available now on Youtube, is a good watch. One of my lockdown viewing; I can recommend it to all. Safely.

Regards, Sumeet Nadkarni.

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Release Date:

29 August 1992 (India) See more »

Filming Locations:

Pokhara, Nepal


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INR20,000,000 (estimated)
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Romesh Films See more »
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