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Veergati  (1995 - Hindi)

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    Naved wrote on Nov 20 2008 6:06PM

    Hawaldar (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) found on illegal new born baby boy in the gutter of Kamathipura, a red light area of Bombay. A prostitute (Himani Shivpuri) gives birth to a baby boy and she decides to educate him and request Hawaldar to give him father's name. Hawaldar's wife does not accept the child and leaves for her parent's home. Hawaldar adopts the child and names him as Ajay (Salman Khan) while the prostitute's son is named Shlok (Atul Agnihotri). Both are admitted to School while Shlok goes too far in studies and Ajay takes up gambling. Shlok falls in love with Pooja (Pooja Dadwal), daughter of J.K. (Saeed Jaffrey) a millionaire. Ajay does not believe in any relationship. Havaldar tries his best to get Ajay a job but Ajay finds that it is difficult for him to work of prevailing corruption in the society. Ekka Seth (Akhilendra Mishra) is a terror in sen workers basti and he exploits the innocent girl and forces them to adopt prostitution. Shlok graduates and completes M.B.A. Ajay wins a crore of rupees in gambling and tell Shlok to pursuer his project.Havaldar's own daughter is brought to his house by Ajay. Ekka and his men abduct her and kills her. Now Ajay decides to wipe out the terror of Ekka and free sen workers from the clutches of his men. He fights tooth and nail and at the cost of his life he eliminates Ekka and his empire. Sen workers are force to lead a honourable life in society.


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