28 April 2011 | jahangirhussain74
A good movie with awesome action
Lootere is one of the best movies of 1993 after blockbusters like Khalnayak, Darr, Baazigar, Damini and Hum Hain Rahi Pyaar Ke.
The movie is deftly handled by debutant director Dharmesh Darshan. It tells the story of a cop Karan (Sunny Deol) and his lady love Anjali (Juhi Chawla) whom he tries to save against all odds. The climax of the movie centers around how the hero saves his girl and beats the baddies black and blue including the central villain Changez Lala (Anupam Kher) to death.
The story is well told but the action scenes must be applauded. The credit for this of course goes to Sunny Deol, the one with 'dai kilo ka haath'. He was brilliant throughout the rest of the movie. Juhi Chawla sheds her girl-next-door image with Lootere and transforms into Bollywood sex siren with 'Main Teri Rani Tu Raja Mera' song. Chunkey Pandey gets his comic timing and does it pretty well. Naseeruddin Shah is competitive enough. Anupam Kher does his oft-repeating role of a bad guy again but appears menacing as ever. The rest of the cast are okay.
The songs in the film are pleasing to the ears. The title track is the one to die for. 'Main Teri Rani Tu Raja Mera', 'Ae Sawan Baras Zara', and 'Mujhe Le Chal Mandir' are also worth listening to.
Overall, a good time-pass flick. You can watch it with your family and enjoy the action moments. Go for it!