Mard Ki Zabaan (1987)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 25 mins

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Ram Chauhan makes a living as a farmer and lives with his brother, Lakshman. He falls in love with wealthy Lakshmi Sahay, much to the chagrin of her dad, Raghupathi, who breaks off all relations with her. His anger does not subside even when Lakshmi gives birth to a son, Vijay. When Raghupathi announces that his sole beneficiary is going to be Shrinath, Lakshman opposes this action, is assaulted, and eventually Ram ends up getting killed, Lakshmi get separated from Vijay, who ends up being adopted by a man named Bannerjee, who renames him Rajesh. An angered Lakshman goes to avenge his brother's death, kills some of Shrinath's goons, is arrested and sentenced to several years in prison. Years later, while still in prison, his friend, Govind, informs him that Raghupathi has been conned by Shrinath and his son, Monty, and they have hired an impersonator, who has killed Raghupathi and taken over the estate. Lakshman escapes from prison and is hellbent on destroying the impersonator, Shrinath and Monty at any and all costs - that is if the police and the impersonator let him.

Cast: Dharmendra, Jackie Shroff, Kimi Katkar, Poonam Dhillon

Crew: K Bapaiah (Director), Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar (Music Director), Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action, Drama

Release Dates: 11 Aug 1987 (India)

Hindi Name: मर्द की ज़बान

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Did you know? The film is a remake of the Telugu film Yuga Purushudu (1978). Read More
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as Lakshman Chauhan
as Rajesh Bannerjee / Vijay Chauhan
as Rosie
as Lata
as Rahim / Inspector Totaram
as Ram Chauhan
as Shrinath
as Monty
as Zamindar Raghupathi Sahay
as Lakshmi R. Sahay / Lakshmi R. Chauhan
Supporting Actress




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The film is a remake of the Telugu film Yuga Purushudu (1978).

Producer Anil Raath wanted the title Maiden E Jung, but K. C. Bokadia was already using it.