Aaj Ka Arjun

Synopsis: Bhim Singh is an orphan who lives a poor life-style in a small community. He is the guardian to his only sister, Laxmi, who he has educated in the city, she meets Ajit Singh the son of Thakur Bhupendra Singh and both falls in love and gets married with the blessings of Bhim, but on there nuptial night, Ajit goes missing. Bhim finds out that Ajit has relocated to his dad's residence and he goes there to beg there pardon but is humiliated and witnesses Ajit knifes Laxmi to death. A grief-stricken Bhim murders Ajit publicly and goes on a rampage to rescue farmers in his community whose land are being snatched by Thakur Bhupendra Singh and his henchman Lakhan.
164 min

ls the Thakur in?

All right.


Greetings, Thakur.

How are you,

Home Minister Ramlal?

With your grace,

l'm serving the people.

l'm blessed to meet you.

Thakur, take a look at

the map ol the liquor lactoy.

This is the power plant and

this is the production division.

This is the supply section and

that's the administration side.

As per your wishes, the linal

installment has also come.

But l've heard that you still

haven't procured the land.

Sir, the Thakur knows to

honor his commitment.


The Thakur is here.

Villagers, il you think

by hiding in your houses,...

you'll be spared,

then you are mistaken.

You were given ten days time,....

to come to the mansion to sign.

Now l give you ten minutes,....

to come out and sign.

Or else...

- Leave my lather alone.

- Move!

l won't give my land.

l won't sign those papers.


Take his thumb imprint.

Villagers, you must have

heard the gun shot.

One bullet was lired and

one signature obtained.

We can similarly take your sign.

So come out ol your houses,...

and give your thumb imprints.

Didn't you hear me?

- We are coming.

We'll give our impressions.

Stand in a queue.

- Give your thumb imprints.

- Hury up.

Come on.

Hury up!

One man is missing.

Thakur, one man is missing.

Who is he?

Where is Mohan?

Where is Mohan?

- He's gone out.

- Oh really!

When he returns, ask him to

come to the mansion to sign.

Otheise l'll kill him.

Who killed him?

l want to know who killed him?

One ol your brethen was

killed in broad day light...

and you are all silent.

Tomorrow it could be one ol you.

- So tell me.

- l think we are in lor better days.

At least one man is

inquiring about it.

God knows. Maybe the inspector

is in lor a rough time.

He's inquiring about his death.

lt's indeed shamelul that

you all are abetting the crime.

- Is there nobody?

- l'll tell you.

- Who killed him?

- Thakur Bhupendra Singh.

lnspector, what brings you here?

Someone has died in the village.


This death occurred when you were

scaring the villagers lor signs.

The deceased's thumb

also bore the ink.

- And his death,...

- Say murder.

He didn't die but was killed.

- But why have you come here?

- Thakur, you can help the law.

What do l have to do lor that?

Surrender yoursell to the law.

- You have prool against me?

- There's no need lor that,...

il you accept your crime.

Do you know whom

you are talking to?

Yes, you are the richest man

in this area.

But you are not above the law.

lnspector, the sword never

cuts its sheath.

Because that's where it rests.

ll you want to survive,

join hands with me.

People keep dogs to guard

their houses, not lions.

You testilied against the Thakur?

You also said

he'd committed murder!

You rebelled against the Thakur.

l'll teach you a lesson that none

will dare to repeat this mistake.

l'll strip you in public.

- No!

- No!

l'll kill you, you rogue!

Tell this also to

that Inspector,....

that l stripped you in public.

- Swine!

- No!

Lord, is there nobody to

save a woman's honor?

Today nobody will save you.

Nobody will hear your pleas.

Oh God!

Who is this angel?

Who is he who

dared to hit my men?

This is no angel.

l'm back lrom jail.

And l've asked the jailer

to keep the doors open,...

l'll soon be back after

committing another murder.

l'm standing in your evil den,...

and declaring war on you.

No matter how strong your maze,

you'll die at my hands only.

Don't shout, Thakur.

All this while you spoke

and we heard.

Now we'll speak and you'll hear.

You lorcibly took the innocent

villagers thumb imprints.

Today l'll spread your impure

blood on that land,...

lrom one end ol the village

to the other.

l swear by the vulgar

abuses you've made...

l swear by the tears the kids

shed due to your atrocities.

l swear by the lields

that you set alire,...

Now only your death

will dispel that darkness.

l'll give you a chance to use

the revolver but not today.

Have patience.

l too waited lor seven years.

l'd have been doomed

had you not come in time.

l'm highly obliged to you.

Bhima, the Inspector

has summoned you.

Are you Bhima?

Did you have a scullle

with the Thakur's men?

- Yes.

- Why?

ll you know we had a scullle,

you should know the cause too.

l want to hear it lrom you.

Why did you hit them?

Belore killing snakes, you

don't make a list ol their sins.

l think you have a personal

enmity with the Thakur.

l want to know the reason.

Are you serious?

The reason lor my enmity?

He is a common enemy.

He is my enemy,

he is eveyone's enemy.

He is enemy ol evey

pore ol this village!

This village was not

what it is today.

Nor was l like this.

This village was a happy one.


The lields were green.

There was joy and revely.

Music and songs..

''My arms are so beautilul''

''Adorn me with bangles''

''My arms are so beautilul

Adorn them with bangles''

''Accept me as yours, my love''

''No matter how beautilul your

arms, l won't adorn you''

''You unnerve me''

''People will talk about our love''

''l will win you over''

''l like it, you like it...''

''all your love games''

''Don't cross my path''

''Why don't you latch on to others?''

''Don't ever leave me''

''Don't break my heart''

''l'm all yours''.

''l'll lay down my lile lor you''

You got it, Minister?

Yes, you'll grab

the larmers' land.

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