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Mafia (1996 film)

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Director  Aziz Sejawal
Release date  May 24, 1996 (India)
Language  Hindi
4.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Action
Country  India
Mafia 1996 Full Hindi Movie Dharmendra Aditya Pancholi Gulshan
Release date  May 24, 1996 (1996-05-24) (India)
Writer  Yunus Sajawal (screenplay), Jalees Sherwani (dialogue)
Music director  Milind Chitragupth, Anand Chitragupth, Munna
Songs  Yeh Dil Yeh Pagal Dil
Cast  Dharmendra (Ajit Singh), Aditya Pancholi (Inspector Bhagat Singh), Gulshan Grover (Parab Anna), Somy Ali (Kiran Pawar), Raza Murad (Commissioner Y Pawar)

Mafia is a 1996 Hindi-language Indian arthouse action film directed by Aziz Sejawal and starring Dharmendra, Aditya Pancholi, Somy Ali, Gulshan Grover, Mohan Joshi and Raza Murad.


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Mafia 1996 Full Hindi Movie Dharmendra Aditya Pancholi Gulshan

This film is heavily influenced by 1990s Hollywood action films with a common theme of police corruption and a mafia dominating the government, but using a comedic style. The music for the film is by the famous duo Anand-Milind, with lyrics written by Sameer. The film features songs such as "Dil Mera Deewana Dhahdke", "Duniya Nazaray", "Yeh Dil Yeh Paagal Dil" and "Is Ladki Ne Mera". The film premiered on 24 May 1996 and was released by Prathima Films. It has since been released on DVD by Eros Entertainment.


In India, many illegal activities including supply of firearms and drugs in bulk are executed by an influential and dominant mafia Gawda, who uses his supremacy and power to stop strikes and release convicts from police custody as well. A man named Moosa, with whom Gawda previously worked and thus learnt the ways and means of the underworld, vehemently expresses his animosity towards Gawda for his depraved activities against the society and the nation. Gawda, with the help of his men, burns Moosa’s daughter to death and kills Moosa. The murder of Moosa’s daughter becomes the top and sensational news in newspapers. When DCP Bapat is enquired by Police Commissioner Pawar of the murder of Moosa’s daughter and the extreme growth in the crime rate of the city, Bapat tries to dismiss the matter by saying that everything – prices, population, crime – is increasing, and the law has become inferior in front of ministers and politicians. Pawar cannot take any punitive measure against Bapat because the latter has the backing of ministers and politicians, and above all Gawda.


  • Ishrat Ali as Moosa
  • Somy Ali as Kiran Pawar
  • Ali Asgar as Jai's Friend with car
  • Arun Bakshi as John T. Dalla
  • Dharmendra as Ajit Singh "Fauji"
  • Ramesh Goyal as Praja Swami's Driver
  • Gulshan Grover as Parab Anna
  • Mohan Joshi as DCP Bapat
  • Ahmed Khan as Military Official
  • Mehmood Jr. as Hariya
  • Babu Antony as Chhote
  • Jay Mehta as Jai Singh
  • Raza Murad as Commissioner Y. Pawar
  • Pramod Muthu as Minister Praja Swami
  • Ghanashyam Nayak as Constable
  • Aditya Pancholi as Inspector Bhagat Singh
  • Harish Patel as Kalyanji Bhai Matke
  • Charan Raj as Gawda
  • Robert as Gawda Gang member
  • Siddhant as Gawda Gang member
  • Subbiraj as Acharya
  • Soundtrack

    The soundtrack album of the movie, composed by Anand-Milind has a number of striking songs formulated by Sameer and performed by some big-time playback singers of the period, notably Kumar Sanu and a few others. The movie has pleasant tracks; "Dil Mera Deewana Dhadke", being a fine sensual number with analogous beats of percussion instruments. The track is peculiar to steamy numbers presented during that phase of Bollywood, with slow and measured use of instruments, chiefly tabla, as an example, in the song Tip Tip Barsa Paani.


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