Pratikar

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Pratikar
प्रतिकार
Pratikar.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Tatineni Rama Rao
Produced by Firoz Nadiadwala
Written by Anwar Khan (dialogues)
Screenplay by Paruchuri Brothers
Story by Prabhat Roy
Starring Anil Kapoor
Madhuri Dixit
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Cinematography V. Durgaprasad
Edited by I. M. Kunu
Production
company
A. G. Films
Release date
  • 16 August 1991 (1991-08-16)
Country India
Language Hindi

Pratikar is a 1991 Bollywood film directed by Tatineni Rama Rao with Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit playing the lead roles. The film is a remake of the Telugu film Raktha Tilakam which itself was a remake of Tamil film Thaimel Aanai.

Plot[edit]

After the court judgment Narayan Shrivastav was very happy but he didn't know that his brother Sajjan thirsty for money wants to kill him while they were travelling back to their home Sajjan kills Narayan after returning hone he sheds crocodile tears but Krishna knowing that his uncle sajjan is not a good person doesn't wants to stay with him and says that he wants to stay with his late mother's friend and his school teacher Saraswati Devi. At the midnight Sajjan sends a goon to kill Krishna but by mistake the goon takes the child of Saraswati Devi and throw him in the river but luckily the inspector arrives there looking for some drug dealers and see a goon throwing something in the river when he goes to check he finds an anconscious child so he takes him to the hospital. While here on the other side Saraswati Devi thinking his son Suraj is Dead leaves for an other city with her daughter Jyoti and Krishna. Now Saraswati looks after Krishna and Jyoti. Time flies and Krishna(now played by Anil Kapoor) falls in love with his college friend Madhu (Madhuri Dixit). Sajjan's son Raghu (Tej Sapru) turns to become a local goonda, protected by his dad by bribing the local police. Jyoti is raped and murdered by Raghu and his pals, and they also run over Saraswati rendering her crippled. Both Krishna and Saraswati swear to avenge Jyoti's death. Then Suraj (Mohsin Khan) re-enters their lives, as a police inspector, and is bent on arresting Krishna by hook or by crook, casting doubts whether he is or not on the pay-roll of Sajjan.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Humgama Ho Jaye" Bappi Lahiri, Alka Yagnik  
2. "Log Muzhe Kehte Hai" Parvati Khan  
3. "Kaali Zulfen Gore Gaal" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Aziz  
4. "Chitti Mujhe Likhna" Amit Kumar, Asha Bhosle  
5. "Baahar Saare Mele" Sudesh Bhosle, Anuradha Paudwal  

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