Yalgaar

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Yalgaar
Yalgaar 1992 DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Feroz Khan
Produced by Feroz Khan
Written by Rajeev Kaul
Kamlesh Pandey
Praful Parikh
Starring Feroz Khan
Sanjay Dutt
Kabir Bedi
Manisha Koirala
Pramod Mutthu
Music by Channi Singh
Viju Shah (BGM)
Cinematography S. M. Anwar
Edited by Feroz Khan
Distributed by F.K International
Release date(s) 23 October 1992
Country India
Language Hindi

Yalgaar (an Urdu word meaning assault/attack) is a 1992 Indian Hindi language film directed by and starring Feroz Khan alongside Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala and Kabir Bedi, Mukesh Khanna.

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Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of law, one an Additional Police Commissioner, Mahendra Ashwini Kumar, and the other a crime lord, Raj Pratap Singhal. An associate of Singhal kills the son of Mahendra, and his other son, Rajesh, also a police officer, swears to avenge the death. Mahendra's deceased son leaves behind a widow, Kaushalya and a daughter, Meghna. On a chance meeting, Meghna meets with Vicky Malhotra, and eventually both in love with each other. The Kumars are introduced to Vicky, and they approve of him. Mahendra is then promoted as the Commissioner of Police, and is subsequently killed by another associate of Singhal. With the police closing in on Singhal, he decides to re-locate to Dubai, U.A.E. with his wife, son, daughter-in-law Anu, and he arranges the abduction of Meghna to ensure his safety from Rajesh's wrath. It is then that Meghna comes to know that Vicky is really the other son of Singhal, and who now has started showing his true colors.

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