Tarkeeb (1984)

Action, Crime, Drama


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Nagpal, a smuggler, takes advantage of innocent truckers by involving them in crimes. Dinesh puts an end to this and forms a union for the truckers' benefits. Dinesh is framed for a crime and jailed.


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22 December 2016 | ravisinger86
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Tarkeeb Directed By Ravikant Nagaich is Romantic Action Drama. Script is Weak . Screenplay is Poorly Written. Direction is Average To Poor. Action is Very Less. Dialogue Are Not Effective. Romantic Track & Bit Of Comedy Saves The Movie.

Dinesh(Mithun) is A Truck Driver. He Lives With His Blind Sister Beena(Beena Banerjee). Dinesh Meets Bela(Ranjeeta) Who Runs A Restaurant. Romantic Track Follows With Comedy Subplot Of Paintal. Dinesh Works For Vikram(Sharat Saxena) Son Of Nagpal(Madan Puri). One Day Dinesh is Framed Smuggling Gold In The Truck. He Gets Arrested. With Help Of Sunder(Shakti Kapoor)His Friend, They Escaped From Prison. Using Different Ideas And Tactics They Get To Nagpal. Tarkeeb is All About That.

Acting By Mithun & Shakti Kapoor is Good. Rest Are Hopeless. Music Is Poor By Bappi Lahiri. Palko Ke Peeche Se By Kishore Kumar is Best Track.

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India

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