|Directed by||K.C. Bokadia|
|Produced by||Dilip Kankaria|
|Written by||K.C. Bokadia, Subhash Jain (scenario)|
|Music by||Bappi Lahiri|
|Edited by||Govind Dalwadi|
|Distributed by||Devyang Arts|
|14 April 1995|
|Budget||₹250 million (US$3.9 million)|
|Box office||₹750 million (US$12 million)|
Maidan-E-Jung is 1995 Hindi film directed by K.C. Bokadia and starring Dharmendra, Akshay Kumar, Karishma Kapoor. Other cast members include Amrish Puri, Manoj Kumar (in his last film appearance), Jayapradha, Gulshan Grover, Kader Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Mukesh Khanna and Dina Pathak.
Daata Guru (Amrish Puri) is a wealthy, powerful and influential head of a village. He owns and controls all the villagers and their properties. Anyone who dares to raise their voice against him is crushed by his employee, Shankar (Dharmendra) and his son Guman (Gulshan Grover).
Karan (Akshay Kumar) is the eldest son of Daata Guru who comes back to village after completing his education and falls in love with Shankar's sister Tulsi (Karishma Kapoor). Meanwhile Shankar saves Daata Guru's widowed daughter-in-law Lakshmi (Jaya Prada) from Guman, who tries to rape her. When Daata Guru learns that Shankar has abducted Lakshmi and has married her, he is enraged and wants Shankar dead. Daata Guru also instigates Karan against Shankar, and threatens to cut off the villagers' water supply if they do not turn in Shankar to him.
Karan comes to know the entire truth from Bhua ji (Dina Pathak) and he decides to help Shankar against Daata Guru.
Dharmendra as Shankar
Akshay Kumar as Karan
Karishma Kapoor as Tulsi
Jaya Prada as Lakshmi
Amrish Puri as Daata Guru
Gulshan Grover as Guman
Manoj Kumar as Masterji
Mukesh Khanna as Police Inspector
Dina Pathak as Bhua ji
Vaishnavi Mahant as Masterji's sister
|1||"Teera Bole"||Gurdas Mann, Ila Arun|
|2||"Kya Baat Hai Too"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
|3||"Kahi Pyaasi Raat"||Amit Kumar, Sapna Mukherjee|
|4||"Koi Haal Mast Koi Chaal"||Vinod Rathod, Mahendra Kapoor|
|5||"Shaam Dhal Rahi Teri Yaad"||Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam|
|6||"Lo Phagun Ritu Aa Gayee"||Udit Narayan, Vinod Rathod, Sadhana Sargam|
|7||"Memsaab O Memsab"||Sheeba, Baba Sehgal|
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