Barood

Synopsis: Young Anup Saxena lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Bombay along with his widower dad, Durgaprasad, who works as a Police Inspector. Anup's life is turned upside down when he witnesses four men assault and kill his father. He spends the rest of his childhood acquiring money and athletic ability to avenge his father's death - a decision that will take him to Las Vegas, New York, Geneva, Madrid and Paris - where he will find his life threatened by his father's assailants as well as a New York-based detective who is determined to arrest him at any and all costs.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
 
IMDB:
5.4
Year:
1976
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Today we have gathered here to honor

and encourage those police officers..

..who put their lives at risk..

..and made the

Indian police force proud.

This year's

President's Gallantry award..

..is being awarded

to a brave officer..

..who risked his life and

seized weapons worth millions..

..from the smugglers on

the 23rd of November..

..and arrested many

members of that gang.

Inspector Durga Prasad Saxena.

Come on, Son. Give me my medal.

It's not a toy.

Daddy, I am not playing with it.

I have hung it on my chest, look.

But you shouldn't wear

others' medals, son.

Come on. Give it. - Daddy,

why did you get just one medal?

What do you mean?

When I grow up I'll get two medals.

- Really!

One for you and one for me.

Thank you. But now give me

back my medal. - No. - Hey..

Daddy, you have caught

many notorious smugglers..

Let's see if you can

catch me. Come on. - Pappu.

"Daddy."

"Daddy."

"You are a devil.

- True."

"Always ready to fight.

- True."

"You trouble me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"You are a devil.

- True."

"Always ready to fight.

- True."

"You trouble me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"You have broken the

side of the table."

"You have shattered all my dreams."

"You have broken the

side of the table."

"You have shattered all my dreams."

"And you've broken all your toys."

"God knows what you'll

break now, I don't trust you."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"I thought you'll

fulfill my dreams."

"You'll make me proud in the world."

"I thought you'll

fulfill my dreams."

"You'll make me proud in the world."

"But you are sure to defame me."

"All my efforts to

reform you is useless."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Can the king of the

jungle be ever weak?"

"Can my son be a weakling?"

"Can the king of the

jungle be ever weak?"

"Can my son be a weakling?"

"I became a policeman, hope

you don't become a thief."

"I don't know whether

you're a blessing or a curse."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy, still you love me."

"Daddy."

"Daddy."

"Daddy."

"Daddy."

Bakshi, you.

Durga Prasad, by seizing

our goods worth lakhs..

..and arresting my men you

thought you put an end to me?

If not, then I'll do it right now.

Shut up!

Because of you we

have to leave India..

..and flee to a

foreign land, understand?

And before that,

you'll have to die.

But don't forget, that

those who Betrays the country..

..always face grave consequences.

And we'll put an end to

those consequences forever.

You can kill me, but not

the law or righteousness.

Old enmity will give

rise to new enemies.

'Don't think that no one knows

about the blood that you've shed.'

'No matter wherever you hide,

your crimes will follow you.'

Oh, it's late.

Excuse me, I'll join you later.

A new year gift from Mr.

Puri, from New York.

Marijuana.

Good.

- Thank you.

Ask Mr. Puri to send

another consignment of this.

And I have deposited

one million dollar..

..in his New York account, okay?

- Okay.

You have brought in this new year

in a great way. - You are welcome.

Happy new year, Ratan!

- Same to you.

Indian?

- Yes.

I didn't recognize you.

You didn't recognize me,

but I have recognized you.

14 years ago you

murdered a police officer..

..called Durga Prasad Saxena

on the Juhu Beach in Mumbai.

Who are you?

- His son.

No!

Your seat is confirmed

on flight No. TW192..

..from Las Vegas to New York.

- Thank you.

Have a good flight.

Good morning. - Jagdish,

have you read today's newspaper?

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Sachin Bhowmick

Sachin Bhowmick (Bengali: শচীন ভৌমিক; 17 July 1930 – 12 April 2011) was an Indian Hindi film writer and director. Writing was his main work and he wrote stories or screenplays for over 94 films. He is best remembered for directing the light romantic black comedy classic Raja Rani (1973). He was also a regular contributor to Ultorath, a Bengali magazine on cinema. Due to the Bengali pronunciation of his surname Bhaumick we will find his surname spelled as Bhowmick in numerous sites. more…

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