Saturday, August 18, 2018

Yalgaar (1992) Indian Film Review

Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
A still from Yalgaar (1992) Indian Film
Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord." 

Plot Summary: 
Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness.   

Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
A still from Yalgaar (1992) Indian Film
Criticism:
The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. 
Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
Nagma Yalgaar (1992) Indian Film
Casts and Crews: 
A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-
  • Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan
  • Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala 
  • Music composed by: Channi Singh
  • Background music score by: Viju Shah
  • Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A) 
  • Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir
  • Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey
  • Associate director: Parvesh Saagar 
  • Art director: Bijon Dasgupta
  • Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul
  • Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty
  • Choreography: Mimish Udayan
  • Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode
  • Sound recordist: Adil Elavia 
  • Designs: Shrikant
  • Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB 
  • Production incharge: Ilyas Khan
  • P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep'
  • Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop
  • Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi
  • Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim
  • Sterio mixing: Arun Bose
  • Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras
It is a Feroz Khan Film.  
Starring:
  • Feroz Khan
  • Sanjay Dutt
  • Manisha Koirala
  • Nagma
  • Mukhesh Khanna
Introducing :
  • Vicky Arora
  • Bishwajeet Pradhan 
Special appearance: 
  • Deepti Naval
  • Manjit Kular
  • Maya Alag
  • Neena Gupta 
  • Mohan Bhandari
  • Sunil Ranade
  • Deep Dhillon
  • Pradeep Chowdhari
  • Naresh Suri and some others.
Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
Manisha Koirala and Vicky Arora in Yalgaar (1992) movie

Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
Manisha Koirala and Vicky Arora in Yalgaar (1992) movie

Yalgaar is an Indian Hindi  language action film simultaneously starred, produced, directed and edited by Feroz Khan in 1992. This film is also starred by Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Nagma, Mukhesh Khanna, Vicky Arora, Bishwajeet Pradhan and some others. The story and screenplay of the film are written by Praful Parekh and Rajeev Kaul. Besides, dialogues are written by Kamlesh Pandey.  The film's main theme is about, "Two childhood friends grow up to be on the opposite sides of the law. One of them is a crime lord."     Plot Summary:   Two childhood friends become enemies while Mahendra Ashwini Kumar as an additional police commissioner living with his family doing public service sincerely. On the other hand the crime lord Raj Pratap Singhal becomes a smuggler and lives with his family. There are two sons Vishal and Vicky of him. But Vicky does not live with his family as he does not like crime, illegal activities. He works at an engineering garage. Ashwini Kumar has also two sons Brajesh and Rajesh. They are also police officers. But Brajesh is killed by a henchman of Singhal. Rajesh Rajesh gets up and down to take revenge of his brother. But ha can not be succeeded. On the other hand, Meghna, Brajesh's daughter encounters with a young man named Vicky. They fall in love with each other. Meghna's family is agreed to accept their relationship without knowing Vicky's father's identification. When Ashwini arrests Singhal and takes him to the court, he can know that Vicky is Singhal's little son. Singhal stands to be an interruption of Ashwini's promotion as police commissioner from additional police commissioner. Vishal hires an international killer to kill Ashwini. Ashwini is killed by the killer and Singhal and his family pull away with forcing Meghna to abroad. But Rajesh also goes to United Arab Emirates and killed Vishal. Singhal is caught by the police. He has taken to the jail. Meghna, Vicky, Rajesh, Sunita and Kaushalya live in happiness. Criticism:  The film is of kind of antagonist and protagonist pattern. We see here, there is tow group in his film. and camera is taken most of the time to antagonist group. We see most of the scenes of antagonist group. The audience can easily imagine about the next scene of the film. This is predictable to imagine who will be caught and who will be killed and the future result. This kind of film is specially made to entertain the audiences. The audiences can get entertainment only. But there is a message in every film. there is a message in this film also. This film indicates if anyone does illegal works, s/he will be punished under government law. So, no one can escape from this law though he being a rich and famous person. We can get these kinds of message. But this kind of event is happening everywhere. in this time. So, antagonist and protagonist  characters are everywhere in real life. For this result, the audiences will predict the future result of the film easily. But film is a strong medium to send any message to the nation. It would be a helpful medium to the audiences if the directors can do its good use. Casts and Crews:   A film is not a work of a man/director only. It is a work of a group of people. The casts and crews who play an important role in the film Yalgaar (1992) are given their designation and details below:-  Produced, directed and edited by: Feroz Khan Associate producer: Yusuf M.Lakdawala  Music composed by: Channi Singh Background music score by: Viju Shah Director of Photgraphy: S.M. Anwar (W.I.C.A)  Lyrics by: Sudarshan fakir Dialogues by: Kamlesh Pandey Associate director: Parvesh Saagar  Art director: Bijon Dasgupta Story-Screenplay: F.K International (story department) & Praful Parekh, Rajeev Kaul Action coordinator: S. Kammo and Ram Shetty Choreography: Mimish Udayan Costume Designed by: Miss sabrina Dhanrajgir; Kachins  Madhav Men's mode Sound recordist: Adil Elavia  Designs: Shrikant Stills & Publicity: COLORLAB  Production incharge: Ilyas Khan P.R.O: Maansingh 'Deep' Assistants: Dhirendra-Anoop Office incharge & Chief accountant: Saeed A. Rizvi Titles and Opticals: Prasad productions, M.A. Hafeez, S.A. Azim Sterio mixing: Arun Bose Processed at: Prasad Film Laboratories, Bangalore, Madras It is a Feroz Khan Film.    Starring:  Feroz Khan Sanjay Dutt Manisha Koirala Nagma Mukhesh Khanna Introducing :  Vicky Arora Bishwajeet Pradhan  Special appearance:   Deepti Naval Manjit Kular Maya Alag Neena Gupta  Mohan Bhandari Sunil Ranade Deep Dhillon Pradeep Chowdhari Naresh Suri and some others.
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