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Karishma Kudrat Kaa  (1985 - Hindi)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 5 2008 2:41PM

    Vijay (Dharmendra) is a simple widower who lives in a small town in india with his unmarried sister Radha (Rati Agnihotri), his son and his widowed mother. Radha is soon to be married to sub inspector Raj (Mithun). One day, Vijay witnesses a killing of a young child by notorious bandit Bhagad Singh (Shakti Kapoor) and warns him of the law. As a result, Bhagad and his gang assault him severely and only spare his life. At this point, Vijay's mother begs the bandit to spare Vijay. But an unlawful village trader, Lala Dayaluram too targets Vijay and employs bandit Bhagad Singh to eliminate him. Consequently he is abducted and severely beaten. The story reveals a twist when an escaped convict and killer named Karan (also played by Dharmendra) who happens to be vijay's exact look alike sees the unconscious vijay and decides to assume his identity.He throws the injured Vijay off a cliff and then goes to live with his family. The only motive for this lookalike convict is to hide under Vijay's name until the police give up their manhunt for him. No one really notices anything untoward about the new Vijay.Its only when Karan decides to frequent the nearby brothel run by Kammobai, he realizes that he could supply young girls to them. His first target is Radha, Vijay's sister, and there is no one to stop him from his evil plans at this stage.....


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