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Directed by Kirti Kumar
Produced by Kirti Kumar
Written by Fazil
Kader Khan
Starring Govinda
Anupam Kher
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography Lawrence D'Souza
Edited by A.R. Rajendran
Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 3 June 1988 (1988-06-03)
Country India
Language Hindi

Hatya is a 1988 Indian Hindi thriller film directed by Kirti Kumar and starring Govinda, Neelam and Anupam Kher.

This film is a remake of Malayalam Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal 1986.


Govinda stars as Sagar, a wealthy but idle young man. Following a night of consuming much alcohol he finds a homeless and parentless young boy. He takes the boy home and learns that he is deaf and attempts to nurture him and names him Raja. He tries to get information out of him but does not understand anything. Raja's mother has been brutally murdered (by Anupam Kher and his henchman Ranjit) as she witnesses a murder committed by this pair. Sagar takes Raja out to fairs and adventures and Raja sees Ranjit and tries to tell Sagar that he is the one who murdered his mother. Slowly Sagar understands the tale of the story. He meets a girl Neelam and becomes friends. She takes them to her house. Raja sees a picture of Neelam her father and shockingly his mother. Sagar wants to unfold the mystery of Raja's incident. He finds out that Raja's mother has been murdered. As he is looking for clues, he gets arrested. To prove his innocence the boy takes them to his house where there was a happy family. They take a sniffer dog to find out clues. The dog sniffs the floor outside the house. the men dug it and found a piece of cloth which his mother was wrapped in and buried there.

Govinda received critical acclaim for his performance and it was commercially successful movie of 1988.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Aap Ko Agar Zaroorat Hai" Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle
2 "Main Pyar Ki Pujaran" Mohammad Aziz
3 "Main To Hoon Sab Ka" Kirti Kumar
4 "Ghoonghat Ke Putt Khol" Kirti Kumar
5 "Zindagi Mahak Jaati Hai" Yesudas

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