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Nasik-based Heerendra Dhaan and Raj Ranade are bodyguards of a politician, but after their employer is implicated in a scam, they end up assaulting a police officer and flee to Mumbai. Once... See full summary »
An honest temple priest takes on more than he can handle when he bears witness to a murder and gives evidence in a court of law against a powerful landlord in his village. The landlord bribes his way to freedom and engineers a ploy to ruin the priests reputation and his status among his peers in the village. Ashamed of his tarnished reputation the priest commits suicide,and leaves his wife and young children to face the atrocities of the evil landlord. The son flees the village and travels to Mumbai to make a life, but returns years later to avenge the shame caused to his family. ThiWritten by
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Himmatwala:A Idiotic piece of work by Sajid Khan in the name of Entertainment!
Himmatwala directed by Sajid Khan is one of the worst remakes I have ever seen.
The 1983's Jeetendra-Sridevi's Himmatwala was entertaining while 2013's Ajay Devgn-Tammanah's Himmatwala is horror offered to the audience in the name of entertainment.
While the movie has a running time of 150 minutes,I could not endure this nonsense for more than an hour and I had to leave the theater!
The action sequences,too,are boring,because they are the same repetitive action scenes which we have seen in many movies before.
The direction by Sajid Khan is done to death.
The screenplay is badly written.
The music is sonorous.
The dialogs written by Sajid-Farhad are awful.
Performances: Ajay Devgn is strictly okay.Tamannah overacts.Mahesh Manjrekar is fine.Asrani hams and is wasted in a small role.
Special mention of Paresh Rawal,who steals the show with his fabulous performance!
All in all,Himmatwala directed by Sajid Khan is an Idiotic piece of work presented to the audience in the name of Entertainment!I am giving it a generous one on ten(Solely for Paresh Rawal). A Disappointment!
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