|Directed by||Mehul Kumar|
|Produced by||Mehul Kumar|
|Story by||K. K. Singh|
Santosh Anand (lyrics)
|Edited by||Yusuf Sheikh|
Tirangaa is an Indian Patriotic film starring Raaj Kumar, Nana Patekar and Mamta Kulkarni, released in 1993. The movie was a blockbuster. At the time of 1993 Bombay bombings, Plaza cinema, Mumbai was also bombed where the movie was showing, leaving 10 dead and 37 injured.
The film starts with the kidnapping of three nuclear scientists by Pralayanath Gendaswamy (Deepak Shirke) as he plans to build nuclear missiles for an invasion on India. Meanwhile Deputy Inspector General of Police Rudrapratap Chouhan (Suresh Oberoi) an honest police officer is murdered by Pralayanath Gendaswamy since he has been on his hitlist. Rudrapatap's son Harish (Harish Kumar) is the only witness of his murder. When scientists are gone missing police calls Brigadier Suryadev Singh (Raj Kumar) to take matter into his hands. Suryadev allies with hot-headed police Inspector Shivajirao Wagle (Nana Patekar) who spends a lot of time being suspended due to his temper. When Central Minister Jeevanlal Tandel who is an ally of Pralayanath Gendaswamy sets up a meeting with him to inform him about Suryadev Singh, Pralayanath Gendaswamy questions why is there information about his glory and not a single photograph of his face. At that moment Suryadev Singh enters the auditorium and reveals that he is the one whose face Pralayanath Gendaswamy was so eager to see.
Meanwhile on the New Year's Eve Harish and his friends witness an attempt of murder on Radha Tandel. They rushes her to hospital but later on flees as the staff calls police to inquire about the case. Police then trace Harish by his wallet which was left at hospital and charge him with an attempt of rape on Radha.
After knowing who Suryadev is, Pralayanath Gendaswamy tries to kill him by planting bomb in his car. But Suryadev's car is a high tech vehicle and hence he makes an escape with his driver/bodyguard bahaddur from a below passage door in car. Then the news is widespread that he has been murdered.
But Suryadev escapes and tells this news to Pralaynath through a TV interview. Pralaynath tries to kidnap Professor Khurana but Suryadev and Wagle fail his attempt. Then Pralayanth tries to kill Harish and his friends, but one of his friend sacrifices his life to save him on the eve of Raksha Bandhan. Pralaynath then again tries to kidnap Professor Khurana but fails to do so, and instead takes the fuse conductor to make his missiles work. Wagle and Suryadev track him down through their trans-meter. Suryadev foils Pralaynath's missiles by taking out the fuse conductors and guns him down. Wagle finishes off Pralaynath's son. The film ends with the 15 August programme concluding successfully.
- Raaj Kumar as Brigadier Suryadev Singh
- Nana Patekar as Inspector Shivajirao Wagle
- Suresh Oberoi as DIG Rudrapratap Chouhan, IPS
- Alok Nath as Home Minister
- Sudhir Dalvi as Prof. Nasrul Hassan, Scientist
- Mamta Kulkarni as Harish's fiancee
- Rakesh Bedi as Khabrilal
- Pankaj Berry
- Vishal Mohite as Special Appearance
- Varsha Usgaonkar as Shanti
- Manohar Singh as Central Minister Jeevanlal Tandel
- Deepak Shirke as Pralaynath Gendaswamy (not Gundaswamy)
- Aparajita as Mrs. Gupta
- Satyen Kappu as Dr. Gupta
- Sujit Kumar as D.S.P.
- Arjun as Rasik Lal Gendaswamy
- Mahavir Shah as Jailer
- Vikas Anand as Judge
- Anil Yadav as Babban
- "Pee Le Pee Le O More Raja, Pee Le Pee Le O More Jaani" - Mohammed Aziz, Sudesh Bhosle
- "Ise Samjho Na Reshm Ka Taar" - Sadhana Sargam
- "Oye Rabba Meri Jaan Bacha Le Fas GyiDil Ke Rog Me" - Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz
- "Yeh Aan Tirangaa Hai" - Mohammed Aziz
- "Ise Samjho Na Resham Ka Taar (Sad)" - Sadhana Sargam
- "Ye Aan Tirangaa Hai (Version 2)" - Mohammed Aziz
- "Aaj Ki Shaam Pyar Karne Walo Ke Naam" - Mohammed Aziz, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan
- "Jaane Man Jaane Man" - Sadhana Sargam, Mohammed Aziz
In Popular Culture
- "Tirangaa (January 29, 1993) - Released". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 14 August 2011.
- "Tirangaa". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 31 January 2013.