Vijay Kumar is the illegitimate son of a construction baron, Raj Kumar Gupta and his first love, Shanti, whom he gives up in order to marry a wealthy heiress. Raj does not know of this son, who grows up and after his mother's death comes to Delhi to take revenge on the Gupta family by destroying the family's business and connections with each other.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Hindi,Urdu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bribery,   jealousy,   fight,  

Vijay Kumar is the illegitimate son of a construction baron, Raj Kumar Gupta and his first love, Shanti, whom he gives up in order to marry a wealthy heiress. Raj does not know of this son,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kathy W (jp) wrote: I am appalled by the harsh reviews below. I suggest removing the plank from your eye, stop greasing palms around you and pay attention! Some reviews are mere opinion missing several very serious points. Your top critics are simply that. Critics- without merit. While I was familiar with the story, the impact of the film was much more powerful for me. What I saw happening was and still is a grave abuse of power. I know too well the depths that corporate world and corporate law uses to undermine someone who simply did their job and while doing so discovered and reported suspicious activity (per protocol) There was no just cause to raid their home- especially in the matter I saw taking place. It was and is a gross misuse resources that lead to several untimely deaths. This should never have happened. America has very dirty secrets they would rather kill people to hide then admit complicity. If you care about Country, please use the personal accounts that are available to everyone and inform yourself...I can't help but wonder if the negative reviews below are still a part of undermining the big picture. US Citizens need to know how their government and others work, and how they will use any means possible to get the results they want.

Jason M (au) wrote: Overlooked Schrader movie right here. Woody Harrelson as you've never seen him before or since. Fascinating character drama.

Monica A (mx) wrote: not as good as the first movie

Andrea H (ca) wrote: There has never been a better depiction of real adult African-American love. It will never be duplicated, and it will always me another one of my favorites. Don't miss it...

Michael T (jp) wrote: Well, it was never dull.

Maarrk H (de) wrote: It's interesting to note how comfortable Malle seems within the privileged milieu of 'Les Amants' (given his own privileged upbringing), but more-so how quickly his heroine (and muse at the time of filming) Moreau gives it all up for the sake of new, exciting, blinding love. As they drive off into the sunset, she's not even entirely sure she's right ... but, as she learns herself, one has to persue (potential, true, real) happiness lest it slip through one's fingers.

Josh T (ca) wrote: Having not watched this movie since my early childhood, I decided to include it as one of my horror movies for my "nightly horror movie films" for the month of October. While I can easily say the monsters are what drew me to this franchise as a kid, watching this movie as an adult reminded me of how well acted this movie is. A great choice in terms of 'film', but lacking heavy in the 'scary' department.

Kataryna W (mx) wrote: taaaaaki film, a taka durnowata ko?cwka...

Juanita J (ca) wrote: Boring, not well written. But the stars are so gorgeous to watch and there are lots of scenes that take advantage of it. Mini Driver is great. Danny Glover was cool, but I wish he'd been a bad guy.

Alex B (ag) wrote: I too love Miriam Hopkins in Lubitsch's films. But what a strange muse/critic who gets her artist-lovers to (successfully) make art to please/amuse the philistine (and rich!) bourgeoisie. So, a confused attitude about the relation between art and commerce/economy, between the bohemian and the bourgeoisie: it wants to believe that they're at least sort of antithetical or independent, but really it knows otherwise.