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Dushmani: A Violent Love Story (1995) (Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD)

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Bitter enmity has always existed between the Oberoi and the Singh families. With each and every generation swearing to extract vengeance.

This generation consists of Suraj Singh and his brother, Jai. While Jai leads the life of a gangster, Suraj is not inclined to violence at all. He meets with a young woman named Sapna, and both fall in love with each other. When he takes Sapna to be introduced to Jai and the rest of his family, he is told that he cannot marry Sapna, as she is the daughter of Oberoi.

Sapna and Suraj are able to convince Jai and the rest of the Singh family to give up this enmity, and let them marry. Jai goes to meet Oberoi, and proposes marriage, and to his joy, Oberoi agrees, and both families start preparations for the marriage. Jai starts to relax and thinks about giving up his gangster life.

It is then, a group of men target him with automatic weapons, leaving him mortally wounded and hospitalized. When Suraj finds out, he is enraged, and decides to avenge his brother's injuries. He finds out that the assailants are none other than Oberoi's men, and he swears to bring an end to Oberoi and all of his family, including Sapna. And thus begins the vengeance of this generation.....

About the Actor

Sunny Deol was born as Ajay Singh Deol on 19th October 1952 in New Delhi, India. He is the son of actor Dharmendra and Prakash Kaur. He has a younger brother, also an actor, Bobby Deol. His father married actress Hema Malini and Sunny has two half sisters Esha Deol, an actress and Ahana Deol. His cousin Abhay Deol is also an actor. He is married to Pooja Deol and they have two sons Rajveer Singh and Ranvir Singh. Sunny studied in Mumbai at the Sacred Heart High School and Podar College. Englands Old Web Theater is where he took lessons in acting and theater.

Sunny Deols debut movie Rahul Rawails Betaab (1983) was a big hit which followed the much celebrated storyline of poor boy falls in love with rich girl. Debutante Amrita Singh was the rich babe. The 1985 release, Arjun, with Dimple Kapadia was another movie that he is famous for.

He acted in movies like Samundar, Ram-Avtar, Majboor, Mein Tere Dushman and Rajiv Rais Tridev. The latter released in 1989, starred the likes of Naseeruddin Shah, Madhuri Dixit and Jackie Shroff. The plot about three men from diverse backgrounds, who come together to fight the baddies was well received. Chaal Baaz (1989) with Sridevi and Rajnikanth was also a success. His performance as the boxer in Rajkumar Santoshis Ghayal (1992) with Meenakshi Sheshadri was remarked as brilliant and he won the Filmfare Best Actor Award.

In 1993, Damini was a huge success, winning him the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award, as was Yash Chopras Darr, with Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. The audience continued to see him in movies like Vishwathma, Insaniyat, Jeet and Border. He played Major Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri in J.P.Duttas Border (1997) that won many awards. Zor was another movie that was a critical success.

Sunny and Bobby Deol appeared together for the first time in Dillagi (1999). It was his directorial debut that failed. Gadar: Ek Prem Kahani (2001) enjoyed wide spread success. Set during the 1947 partition of India and the Hindu-Muslim riots, Sunny played a truck driver Tara Singh who falls in love with a Muslim girl Sakina. His next release was 23rd March 1931: Shaheed (2002) revolving around freedom fighter Bhagat Singh. The movie starred his brother Bobby Deol and Amrita Singh from his debut Betaab. However, the movie didnt see a good response.

In another role as an officer in the Indian Army, The Hero Love Story of a Spy did well. Fool and Final (2007) was based on Hollywood flick Snatch. He was part of a larger star cast in Heroes (2008). He appeared in five movies in 2009 Airport, Hello Darling, Filmi Khabar, The Man and Right Ya Wrong.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Sunny Deol, Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala, Anupam Kher
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Eros Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 24, 1995
  • Run Time: 152 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0048CIGWA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #514,915 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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It has been a long time watching Hindi mas ala movie. So why not go for it. If you feel anytime like that. And if you get a chance to watch this movie then give it a shot. Nothing to loose. The score for this movie is 50%. Screenplay was good. Acting was good. Good Direction. The songs in this movie are average.Usual Hindi masala. Friendship, love, vengeance, hatred, fight, killings, ending. Story goes very interesting for the usual Hindi movie lovers. Jackie, Sunny, Anupam have all done a good acting.
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