Mardon Wali Baat (1988)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 39 mins

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Yadvinder Singh and his brother Tinku are career criminals in Bombay, India. They have always managed to elude the police, and continued with their way of life. Then one day, they receive a letter from a blackmailer, who claims that there is evidence that can send them to jail for a long time unless and until they go to a village named Kashipur and protect a boy named Rahul and other villagers from being killed by a gang of bandits led by Raja Sunder Singh. Fearful of being apprehended by the police, the duo decide to follow the blackmailer's instructions. They travel to Kashipur and tell the villagers that they are police officers in plainclothes sent to protect them against bandits. The simple-minded villagers accept this explanation, and both are accepted into the community. They find out that Rahul knows of a truck that contains millions of rupees of arms and ammunition, and it is for this reason that Raja Sunder Singh has been threatening them. At first they attempt to protect Rahul and the villagers against Raja's men, but eventually greed takes over and they agree to negotiate a deal with Raja for a large sum of money, little knowing that they are putting themselves under attack at the hands of the blackmailer. But Yadvinder and Tinku have a master plan - a plan that will change theirs' and the villagers lives forever.

Cast: Dharmendra, Sanjay Dutt, Shabana Azmi

Crew: Brijmohan Kishanlal Sadanah (Director), Rahul Dev Burman (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy

Release Dates: 22 Jan 1988 (India)

Hindi Name: मर्दों वाली बात

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as Tinku
as Yadvinder Singh
as Seema
as Raja Sunder Singh
as Chaila
as Fake Police Inspector
as Asha
as Surajmal/Asha's Dad
as Inspector Deepak




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The film was initially titled Zinda Ya Murda.

The film had an unusual pairing of Dharmendra with Shabana Azmi and Sanjay Dutt with Jaya Prada.

This was the last film produced and directed by Brij Sadanah.