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Hathkadi  (1982 - Hindi)

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

    Hari Mohan (Sanjeev Kumar) is a lodge caretaker, who has a nice family with wife Shanta (Seema Deo) and son Sunil. His new boss (Madan Puri) is a lecherous person by nature and has a roving eye for every woman in the world. And Hari Mohan's wife is no exception. One day when Hari Mohan is sent for a particular work, his boss tries to molest Shanta. Harimohan returns in time and has a fight with him, which ends up with his boss' death. A scared Hari Mohan runs away for his life leaving behind his wife and only kid alone. Hi car meets with an accident and he is feared dead. His wife lives all her life as a widow that Hari Mohan is dead, whereas Hari Mohan has lost all his memory and begun a new life with a dual identity of Gopal Das Mittal, a respected person and Saakhia a gangster. Years later, Hari Mohan's son Sunil (Shatrughan Sinha) has grown up to be a sincere undercover Police officer. He loves Sunita (Ranjeeta). However, Sunita is raped by Baldev Singh Mittal (Rakesh Roshan) a rich spoilt son of Gopal Das Mittal. While investigating, Sunil finds out that Saakhia, the famous gangster and Gopal Das Mittal are same person. What he doesnt know is that Gopal Das is none other than his own father. Will Sunil ever realise the truth? Even if he does, what will be Sunil's priority - His father or His Duty?

     
 

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