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Balwaan is a 1992 Hindi language Indian feature film directed by Deepak Anand. The film has Sunil Shetty [1][2] in his debut film. He was originally supposed to debut in Ek Aur Faulad, [3] which was shelved. Divya Bharti plays the female lead and Danny Denzongpa plays the antagonist. The film was a moderate success at the box office.

Balwaan
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Poster
Directed byDeepak Anand
Produced byRaju Mavani
Story byJay Raj Productions Story Department
StarringSunil Shetty
Divya Bharti
Danny Denzongpa
Tinnu Anand
Avtar Gill
Music byKishore Sharma
Mahesh Sharma
CinematographyManish Bhatt
Edited byA. Muthu
Production
company
Jayraj Productions
Release date
11 September 1992
Running time
142 min
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Arjun Singh (Sunil Shetty) comes from a very poor family. He lives in a small and shabby tenement with his mom and sister. He was studying in a college where he falls in love with Deepa (Divya Bharti). One day he attacks a police officer and gets sent to prison for that. Deepa bails him from jail with the help of her father (Tinnu Anand), who is a police commissioner. Deepa's father wants Arjun to join the police force as he feels that the department needs some honest officers. He joins the police force and gets posted to another city where the original police inspector was killed by the goons. He goes to the city along with his Mother and Sister. This puts him into conflict with Bhai (Danny Denzongpa), a notorious gangster. In order to teach Arjun a lesson, Bhai orders people in this community to stop interacting with Arjun and his family, and as a result the three are alienated. His sister is raped, and his mother passes away. Then Bhai has Arjun captured and chained. But Arjun manages to escape, only to find that he has been framed for murder and is arrested by the police.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

# Track Singer(s) Time
1 "Kya Cheez Yeh Mohabbat" Kavita Krishnamurthy, Kumar Sanu 6:02
2 "Raat Kal Tumhari Mujhe" Vinod Rathod 6:26
3 "Dip Dip Dip Umar Hai Solah" Kavita Krishnamurthy 6:11
4 "Dhin Tak Dhin Tak" Kavita Krishnamurthy 4:30
5 "Jalta Hai Badan" Alisha Chinoy 6:30
6 "Assa Dil Tere Kadamach" Asha Bhosle, Arun Bakshi 4:57

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "India Bollywood 1992 Balwaan 30"x40" poster". ebay. Retrieved 18 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Balwaan-Music-Mahesh-Kishor". ebay. Retrieved 18 March 2015.
  3. ^ "Screenindia Weekly - On Location". Ek Aur Faulad. 26 July 1991.

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