Aadmi (1993 film)

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Aadmi
आदमी
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Directed by Arshad Khan
Produced by Salim
Written by Arshad Khan,
Santhosh Saroj,
Salim
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Gauthami
Harish Kumar
Ajit
Music by Jatin Lalit
Edited by Waman Bhosle,
Gurudutt Shirali
Production
company
Aftab Pictures
Release date
  • 1 October 1993 (1993-10-01)
Running time
140 min.
Language Hindi

Aadmi is a 1993 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Arshad Khan, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Gauthami, Harish and Ajit Khan.

Plot[edit]

Aadmi is the story of an honest man (Vijay M. Srivastav) and his fight against corruption and country's traitors, but he is trapped and Jailed for a crime (murder of his own parents and brother), which he never committed. Vijay Srivastav lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Bombay along with dad, Mohanlal, mom, Sharda, and a younger brother, Raju. His father and brother manage a restaurant named 'Sahiba', while Vijay works as a Supervisor at the Ordnance Factory that manufacturers RDX for the Government of India and also moonlights as a self-defense instructor. He meets with wealthy Rekha, the only daughter of Advocate Saxena, and both fall in love with each other. Their respective parents meet and arrange their marriage.

Before even the engagement could take place, Vijay is arrested by the Police and charged with killing his parents and brother, tried in Court, found guilty, and sentenced to five years in jail. On his first day behind bars, he is approached by Inspector Yeshwant Deshmukh, who asks him to cooperate and abduct Deepak, the son of an underworld don, and if he does so, he will only aid the Police but his crime will be pardoned and he will be released. He comes out of Jail, to destroy his enemies. Among other things, this film was notable for well known villain Gulshan Grover's rare positive role of an honest police officer.

Cast[edit]

  • M Kamran ... Vijay M. Srivastav
  • Ajit Khan ... Trikaal
  • Vikas Anand ... Mohanlal Srivastav
  • Arjun ... Trikaal's Goon
  • Sulabha Arya ... Sharda M. Srivastav
  • Rakesh Bedi ... Usmaan
  • Birbal ... Traffic Constable
  • Bob Christo ... John
  • Gautami ... Rekha Saxena
  • Gulshan Grover ... Inspector Yeshwant Deshmukh
  • Harish Kumar ... Deepak
  • Shakti Kapoor ... I.G.P. Pratap Singh
  • Javed Khan ... Prison inmate – Barber
  • Mushtaq Khan ... Public Prosecutor
  • Mac Mohan ... Dhar Pakad Singh's assistant
  • Anjana Mumtaz ... Heeralal's wife
  • Raza Murad ... Heeralal
  • Jonny Skolnick ... Raji Viswanathan
  • Yunus Parvez ... Advocate Saxena
  • Paresh Rawal ... Dhar Pakad 'D.P.' Singh
  • Tej Sapru ... Goga – Trikaal's goon
  • Mahavir Shah ... Inspector Khatre
  • Dalip Tahil ... Jailor Shamsher Singh

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s)
1 "Dhak Dhak Dil Mera" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
2 "Dil Tere Naam Se" Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy
3 "Dingora Dingora" Kavita Krishnamurthy
4 "I One Love Four You Three" Mohammad Aziz, Udit Narayan, Sujata Goswami
5 "Jaan Se Badhkar" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam
6 "Main Aashiq Hoon" Jolly Mukherjee, Kavita Krishnamurthy

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