Daata (1989)

Action, Drama


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Dinanath is a school-teacher in a small town in India, and lives with his wife, Kamla; daughter, Shanti; and son Kundan. He has published a book called "Daata" in which he has made ... See full summary »


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21 December 2016 | ravisinger86
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| High Action Drama
Daata Directed By Sultan Ehmed is An Action drama. It has lot of action sequences which is one of The best in the movie. Direction is excellent to good. Screenplay is well managed by B.K Pathak. Editing is Perfect.Dialogues Are Good.

Dinanath(Sayeed Jaffery) is a school teacher. He lives with his wife Kamla (Jayshree Arora) son Kundan (Mithun) and daughter Shanti (PallaviJoshi). He Arranges Marriage of Shanti to Son of Gopal Das(AmrishPuri). Gopal Das asks For Dowry But Dinanath Unable To Give. He Offers Gold & Jewellery But unfortunately, Gold turns Fake And Marriage is Cancelled. Shanti Kills Herself. Dinanath Dies Of Heart Attack. Kundan Kills Gopaldas Son & Becomes Bandit.

Meanwhile Gopal Das With His Son Nagraj(Ranjeet) Lives Somewhere else With Different Name G.D Sarang. Kundan is In Search Of Sarang & His Love Sona(Padmini Kolhapuri).

Acting By Most Of The Actors is Brilliant. Mithun As A Bandit Gives One Of His Best Performance. Prem Chopra As Lala is Brilliant. Then We Have Shammi Kapoor As DIG Sher Ali Singh, Suresh Oberoi(Ramjan) Kundan's Friend & Amrish Puri As Gopal Das Are Highlights Of The Movie. Padmini Kolahapuri & Supriya Pathak As Suraiya Are Fine.

Music is Good By Kalyanji- Anandji. "Baabul Ka Yeh Ghar" is The Best Track By Kishore Kumar & Alka.

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Release Date:

23 June 1989

Language

Hindi


Country of Origin

India

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