Gair (1999)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 39 mins

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Vikram's father has taught him that to win, in chess, one has to kill the king. And when his parents Harmesh and Sulbha are brutally killed he decides to apply the principles of chess to real life ! Vijay (Ajay Devgan) an illegitimate orphan grows up to be a rich industrialist with his hard work. He falls in love with Madhu (Raveena Tandon) who is retired judge Amarnath's (Satyen Kapoor) only daughter. Their love blossoms. Raja (Ajinkya Deo) who is industrialist Oberoi's (Amrish Puri) son too falls for Madhu, but when Oberoi goes to ask for Madhu's hand he finds out that before him Vijay had approached for Madhu's hand. Oberoi sides Vijay's proposal, in fact Mr. Oberoi always best owed his special liking towards Vijay. He even treated him as his own son. This became the reason of conflict between his wife Sharda (Reena Roy), his brother-in-law (Paresh Rawal), and his son Raja. Vijay was even accused to be the illegitimate son of Mr. Oberoi. Jagat Poisoned Amarnath's mind about getting his daughter married to a bastard. The love of Vijay and Madhu was shattered but Vijay fights for his love.
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as Vijay Kumar / Dev
as Madhu
as Sharda Oberoi
as Pool Player
as Raja Oberoi
as CK Oberoi
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Mandir Poojary
as Annu / Anita Pormal Thormal Chaparmal Giswani
as Sampat
as Jagat Mama
as Manager of Vijay Industries
as Yakusona
as Judge Amarnath
as Kaushalya
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor




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Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

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Sound Effects Designer
Location Sound Recordist


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Stunt Director
Stunt Coordinator Assistant
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Ajay Devgn and Raveena Tandon were not on good terms at the time of the film and would bad mouth each other in interviews.

The film was initially titled Shaktishaali.