Shaktiman (1993 film)
Director K. C. Bokadia
Release date July 9, 1993 (India)
Screenplay K. C. Bokadia
Writer K.C. Bokadia
Genre Action, Crime, Drama
Music director Channi Singh
Producer Suresh Bokadia
|Release date 9 July 1993|
Cast Ajay Devgan (Amar), Karisma Kapoor (Priya), Mukesh Khanna (Diler), Gulshan Grover (Vicky), Kulbhushan Kharbanda (Rai Bahadur Laxmi Narayan)
Similar Zulm O Sitam, Suhaag (1994 film), Maidan E Jung
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Shaktiman is 1993 Hindi film directed by K.C. Bokadia and starring Ajay Devgn, Karishma Kapoor, Mukesh Khanna, Kulbhushan Kharbanda. Other cast members include Gulshan Grover, Ajit Khan, Parikshat Sahni, Tiku Talsania, Anjana Mumtaz, Beena, and Mahavir Shah.
Businessman Rai Bahadur Laxmi Narayan lives a wealthy lifestyle in Bombay along with his wife, Lakshmi. Although they have been married for several years, they have no children. While on a trip to Simla, they get to adopt their servant, Diler's son, rename him Vicky, and bring him back home, much to the dismay of Diler's wife, Parvati. Sometime later, Lakshmi gets pregnant and re-visits Simla, meets with an accident and passes away, leaving behind a new-born son, Amar. Diler wants to kill Amar, but Parvati wants to return him to Laxmi Narayan, and runs away to Bombay. Diler informs his employer that both his wife and son have died and have been cremated. Diler re-locates to Bombay, follows her but is unable to locate Parvati. She does reach Bombay along with Amar but she, in turn, is unable to locate Laxmi Narayan. Years later Amar has grown up, lives with Parvati in Versova, works as a Police Inspector in Sion Police Station, and is in love with Priya, the Superintendent of Police's daughter, while Diler is a taxi-driver, and Vicky is an alcoholic and wants to wed Priya. Their lives will soon interline and become complicated with blackmail, deceit, and murder.
It had a good opening in its first week and declared as an average by India's Box office collection.
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