Tyaagi (1992)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 32 mins

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Shankar, as the eldest son of Choudhry Gangaprasad Dayal, has always made sacrifices for his two siblings, Shakti and Prem. He financed them by mortgaging his valuables and property, much to the chagrin of his dad. When Shakti rapes Sujata, and is arrested, Shankar negotiates with Sujata and gets her to withdraw the complaint and marry Shakti. When Shakti, Prem, and Sujata re-locate, the two brothers get involved with smuggler and underworld Don, Dhabla, they end up swindling him. When Dhabla's partner seeks vengeance, Shakti kills him, and Shankar accepts the blame and is sentenced to prison for life, leaving his dad, wife, Parvati, and a newborn son to fend for themselves. He is let out after several years for good behavior, returns home to find that their house has been sold by Shakti; his dad has passed away; Parvati and his son are missing. He does locate Parvati in Bombay, this is when he is told that his son was killed after being chased by Prem and run over by a vehicle. Angered and out of control, he decides to kill them both, but Sujata pleads with him. Now years later, Shankar must again be prepared to make more sacrifices - this time for Shakti's grown daughter, Aarti, who was eloped with Amar, the son of a tailor, Nand Lal; as well as rescue Shakti and Prem from Dhabla's wrath - a rescue that may well cost him his life.

Cast: Jayapradha, Rajinikanth

Crew: KC Bokadia (Director), Bappi Lahiri (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Drama, Family

Release Dates: 29 May 1992 (India)

Hindi Name: त्यागी

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Did you know? Mamta Kulkarni signed the film but was later replaced by Bhagyashree. Read More
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as Parvati Shankar Dayal
as Shankar G Dayal
as Aarti Shakti Dayal
Supporting Actor
as Prem G Dayal
as Amar N Lal
as Jogi
as Choudhry Gangaprasad Dayal
Supporting Actor
as Dhabla
as Choudhry Shakti G Dayal
Supporting Actress
as Nand Lal
as Gabbar Singh
as Kabaddi Announcer
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Remake of: Dharma Dorai (Tamil)
The film is a remake of the Tamil movie Dharma Durai (1991).

Mamta Kulkarni signed the film but was later replaced by Bhagyashree.

"Hello (Telephone Love)" by Ravi B, Nisha B & Anil B is a cover version of "Is Liye Maine Telephone Kiya hain".