80s was the decade of silly and unoriginal films, though most of them dominated at the box office, some sank without a trace. Mad films came and some got good results while others fell flat. Even multistarrers like Khatron Ke Khiladi did good at the box office for being an entertainer. The truth is that film was fun to watch, but so typical and the action is hilarious, no realism. Ajay Kashyap was a director of the 80s and no he is not a good director. His direction was nothing close to perfection, he always heavily depended on the script(which is the worst part). This is mainly because his movies had stories that would make you cringe and turn off the television. Not sure about all of Kashyap's films but most of them were with Sanjay Dutt(who was very raw in most of his 80s films). Do Quadi released at the late 80s(pretty much 1989) when this decade was ending and Big B too was going through a bad phase with several disasters at the box office. Do Quadi was a flop at the box office, it is a typical movie with the same ingredients from most bollywood films from 80s and 90s decade. 2 robbers(arch enemies) work for the same mob boss, but the bosses son dislikes both the robbers and gets them in prison for an honest cop's murder. Both find out they work for the same man and escape from the prison van. The most hilarious and unintentionally funny scenes include Govinda and Sanju running chained to each other from the van. After many misunderstandings, both became friends(rivalry ends), and both avenge the honest cop and kill the villains. The story is nothing great, it is typical. Though it is better than most Kashyap films and definitely better than Kashyap's delayed film Do Matewale which bombed at the box office. The movie is extremely clichéd, there are many questions definitely puzzle one's mind. Why did their rivalry end like that, sudden friendship is odd and clichéd. Why does the son of the mob boss hate them so much, they do the jobs properly. In fact, why does Manu and Kanu hate each other so much, the background information is lacking. There is no valid reason for so much hatred. The action sequences are average, some of them are made by some of them are hilarious. Plus, the prison van escape scene is stupidity at its height. Songs are all fillers, nothing special. Heroines are there mainly for the songs and some romantic boring dialogs which all typical Bollywood movies need. Sanju and Govinda have good chemistry together and their dialogs are one of the things to check out. Though Sanju is raw, his acting has improved from some of his worst movies after his debut Rocky and super hit multistarrer Vidhaata. On the whole, Do Quadi is one of those films which flopped at the box office, though it flopped, compared to other Kashyap films, it is actually decent. Even for being such a mad clichéd film, it is good compared to craps Kashyap made like Mere Haque and Do Matewale.