Galiyon Ka Badshah (1989)

Drama, Action, Crime

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A police inspector and a London returned crime journalist, amongst others, are baffled by a modern day Robin Hood, who robs the rich and distributes the wealth amongst the poor and needy.


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24 January 2017 | ravisinger86
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Galiyon Ka Baadshah Directed By Sher Jung Singh is An Action Crime Thriller. Script is Inadequate & Poor. Screenplay is Awful With Worst Editing Ever. Action is Just Fine. Dialogues Are Pathetic & Cliché. Direction is Very Weak.

Raja(Rajkumar), Sikander(Mithun Chakraborty), Billo(Hema Malini) & Tulsi(Smita Patil) Are Friends, Grown Up in The Slums Of Mumbai. Raja is Hard Working Worker in A Factory. Sikander Has A Dream To Make A Film, But He is Selling Toothpaste On Street For Living. Billo Loves Raja & Dreams To Have A Better House. Tulsi is A Prostitute Having Feelings For Raja.

On The Other Hand We Have Ram(Rajkumar) A Millionaire, Raja And Ram Are Prime Suspect When A Con Known As "Roti Chor" Resembles Him. Roti Chor Loots Money From Wealthy People & Distributes Them To The Needy People. Inspector Madhu(Poonam Dhillon) Along With Inspector Vijay(Danny Danzongpa) Are Trying To Solve This Mystery.

Acting Wise, Raj Kumar is Known For His Dialogues, But The Dialogues Are Poorly Written, In Other Words He Looks Weak. Mithun is Just Wasted By Inserting Him Here And There. Same Goes With Hema Malini & Smita Patil, Both Are As Usual Nothing To Talk About. Poonam Dhillon & Danny Danzongpa Are Just Fine.

Music By Kalyanji Anandji is Forgettable. No Good Songs Nothing. Overall, Nothing Works Not Even The Huge Star Cast.




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