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Dost  (1989 - Hindi)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 23 2008 11:40AM

    After the shooting death of Forest Officer Anthony (Dalip Tahil), the authorities assign Raja (Mithun Chakraborty) to his post, which he accepts. Upon arrival, he finds out that there are some corrupt officials working, and he quickly dismisses them. He, with the help of local tribals and their leader, Mongola (Sharat Saxena), exerts control over the region, preventing poaching, illegal cutting of trees, and rescues an elephant from the jaws of a crocodile. He meets with wealthy Pooja (Amala), and they both fall in love with each other. Pooja's father, Brijmohan (Sujit Kumar), wants her to marry Nagendra (Kiran Kumar), the son of Sher Singh(Amjad Khan), but Pooja refuses to do so, and as a result marries Raja without her father's blessings. As a result of poaching and confining Pooja, Nagendra and Sher Singh are arrested and imprisoned for six years. Six years later, they are released and find out that Pooja is still married to Raja and they now have a son. Nagendra and Sher Singh conceive a scheme to break-up their marriage, get Pooja and her son out of the way, and then kill Raja. Before they could take any steps in this direction, the elephant that was rescued by Raja, goes berserk, destroys property, attacks Pooja, Raja and their son, grievously injuring him, and has to be subdued. As a result of this attack, Pooja decides to leave Raja and goes back to live with her father. Now Raja has to protect his family against Nagendra and Sher Singh.


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