Angaar (1992)

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Duration: 161

Genre: Drama

Release date: 1 September 1992

Slogan: Even a spark can set a flame

Director: Sashilaal Nair

Writers: Sujit Sen

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Unemployed and branded a trouble-maker, Jaikishan lives a poor lifestyle in a slum-area called Asha Colony, very near Andhers Lokhandwala Complex along with his sister, Seema; mom and dad. He comes to the rescue of a homeless orphan, Mili, who suffers from a deep inferiority complex, and permits her to live with his family. Brutally outspoken, he believes that India should be awarded unlimited gold medals for corruption at all levels, fully aware that these beliefs portray him as a revolutionary, and prevent him from securing any gainful employment. His life will be turned upside down when he refuses to go along with the plans of the Khan family - consisting of builder, Majid; his goon brother, Farid, and their seemingly benevolent father, Jahangir. His family will also be traumatized after the Police arrest him for the alleged broad-daylight murder of Farid.

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 Jackie Shroff... Jaikishan Jaggu
 Dimple Kapadia... Mili
 Nana Patekar... Majid Khan

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