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Yodha is a 1991 Indian Bollywood film directed by Rahul Rawail. It stars Sanjay Dutt, Sunny Deol and Sangeeta Bijlani. The rights for this movie are owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.
Karan (Sunny Deol) a lawyer crusades for truth, fairness and justice, is the son of Chandrakant (Shafi Inamdar) a journalist who uses his journalistic expertise to expose and unmask Justice Dharmesh Agnihotri, who is known as 'Daga' in the underworld. Suraj (Sanjay Dutt) is a man victimized by Fate. To bear the loss of his love, Shilpa he gets addicted to drugs. Then in a complete reversal of attitude he turns against drug dealers. He vows to bring an end to the deadly drug smuggling which wreaks such havoc in people's lives. Dharmesh Agnihotri's daughter Vidya loves Karan. Karan idolizes Justice Dharmesh Agnihotri, unaware of the man behind the mask of respectability. Daga hires Suraj and deliberately creates animosity between Suraj and Karan The enmity between Suraj and Karan is sealed when Karan's father Chandrakant is framed for murder and sent to jail where he is killed. Karan loses complete faith in the judicial system. Will Suraj and Karan discover the truth behind the events and incidents happening around them?Sunny Deol as Advocate Karan SrivastavSanjay Dutt as Suraj SinghSangeeta Bijlani as Vidya AgnihotriAnjana Mumtaz as Mrs. SrivastavParesh Rawal as ChagganlalDanny Denzongpa as Daaga / Justice Dharmesh AgnihotriJagdish Raj as Police Inspector
The music of songs was composed by Bappi Lahiri and lyrics were penned by Anand Bakshi.
The music was released on Venus Records (now known as Venus Worldwide Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.).
As written in one review, "In Yodha, Sanjay once again delivers a fabulous performance. After Kroadh, Sanjay and Sunny this time play merciless enemies from the very beginning (and once more Sunny cannot match Sanjay’s charisma and emotionally awesome acting)...they were not shaped in a black-and-white way; both characters have equally good and bad facets and develop during the film... It has a stringent, well-thought and gapless dramaturgy. "
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