Kanwarlal is a 1988 Indian Hindi-language action film, produced by G. Hanumantha Rao under the Padmalaya Studios banner, presented by Krishna and directed by S. S. Ravichandra. It stars Jeetendra, Raj Babbar, Sujata Mehta in lead roles and music composed by Bappi Lahiri. The film is a remake of the Malayalam film Rajavinte Makan (1986).[1]

Theatrical release poster
Directed byS. S. Ravichandra
Produced byG. Hanumantha Rao
Krishna (Presents)
Written byJalees Sherwani (dialogues)
Indeevar (lyrics)
Screenplay byS. S. Ravichandra
Story byRajeev
Based onRajavinte Makan (1986)
Raj Babbar
Sujata Mehta
Music byBappi Lahiri
CinematographyP.Dev Kumar
Edited byK. Vijaya Babu
Release date
  • 29 July 1988 (1988-07-29)
Running time
150 minutes


Suraj Prakash is a politician in India representing the Lok Kalyan Party. He would like to address burning issues such as poverty if and when he is voted in power. He exposes a corrupt businessman named Kanwarlal by stopping his trucks carrying illicit goods, but loses several party workers when the driver runs over them. Kanwarlal is arrested, but there is no evidence because the file has been misplaced by Junior Public Prosecutor Sandhya. The police file a case against Sandhya, she is arrested and held in prison for trial. Her bail is posted and she is released. She finds out that it was Kanwarlal who had bailed her out. Then her son gets kidnapped, and it is Kanwarlal who rescues him. She is indebted to Kanwarlal and starts working with him as his attorney. What Kanwarlal does not know is that Sandhya has a questionable past, a past that may well send him to the gallows.



# Song Singer
1 "Kanwarlal Kanwarlal Kanwarlal Kanwarlal" Asha Bhosle, Amit Kumar
2 "Jahan Mile, Jidhar Mile" Asha Bhosle
3 "Yeh Maine Pehli Baar Jise" Mohammed Aziz
4 "Yahan Devta Kaun Hai" Mohammed Aziz
5 "Pyar Hai Ek Nasha" Salma Agha


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