Dushman Devta

Synopsis: Shiva is an escaped convict who is looking for a suitable place to hide from the police. His adventures lead him to end up in a rural region which happens to be the main target of bandits and wild animals - with no one who can stop them from looting and killing the residents there. Shiva finds that he can take refuge there. His methods of solving the issues get him well respected by the residents who regard him as god without knowing that Shiva has an ulterior motive.
Genre: Action
 
IMDB:
4.8
Year:
1991
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"I came..."

"Your and mine trumpet will play."

"Stay two days less

but don't stay in fear."

"The happiness is on every step."

"Why to drink tears?"

"Your and mine trumpet will play."

"Stay two days less

but don't stay in fear."

"The happiness is on every step."

"Why to drink tears?"

"Take the entire shop

of mine, if you want."

"Your smile is sufficient for me."

"Take the entire shop

of mine, if you want."

"Your smile is sufficient for me."

"Why to take money, when

we have become friends?"

"You also lost your heart,

and I also lost my heart."

"Your and mine trumpet will play."

"Stay two days less

but don't stay in fear."

"The happiness is on every step."

"Why to drink tears?"

"No King is there,

no queen is there."

"This is the tale of

your and my heart."

"No King is there,

no queen is there."

"This is the tale of

your and my heart."

"Because of you life is pleasant."

"If a man thinks, he can

convert stone into water."

"Your and mine trumpet will play."

"Stay two days less

but don't stay in fear."

"The happiness is on every step."

"Why to drink tears?"

"Your and mine trumpet will play."

"Stay two days less

but don't stay in fear."

"The happiness is on every step."

"Why to drink tears?"

"I came..."

"I came..."

Dacoits have come.

Run away.

Our horse's tapping has

declared of taking grains.

Come on, take it out quickly.

No, I will not let

you take these grains.

We will not tolerate this injustice.

So you want justice, right?

Take this justice of mine.

Take away all the grains.

Take it away quickly.

Laxmi's father, Laxmi's

father, Laxmi's father.

Father...

What happened?

- What happened?

See Gauri, dacoits have

again spread dead bodies.

Get up and burn them there

in the cremation ground.

Everyone's bangles will break.

I am a woman, my wrists

are not that powerful.

But you are men.

There are no men in this village.

All are cowards.

Raja sir has come.

Raja sir has come.

- Raja sir has come.

See Raja sir, dacoits have

killed Kanhaiya and Gangu.

They have taken all the grains.

You are the master,

it is because of you...

...that everyone is alive here.

Come on quickly,

take out the stretcher.

Greetings, Raja sir.

You got time to come to the village.

Raja sir, I went to Madhavpur.

It's a matter of shame inspector,

that the dacoits...

...come here very easily, kill

people, loot their valuables...

...and escape very easily.

Come on! Come on.

After that, after

everything gets over...

...then you get time

to come over here.

Raja sir, just listen to me.

No, I want to ask

whether the police has some...

...duty towards

these villagers or not.

There is a problem Raja sir.

Problem, Problem.

The thing is that the police

station is far away from here.

Come, come.

Also the villagers don't

fight with the dacoits...

...if they do that,

we can get some time.

What is happening?

The inspector is also correct.

Why don't you

fight with the dacoits?

Why don't you face them?

After every dacoity

I give you some help.

But what will happen with that.

After all, this will

last up till when?

You people should guard yourself.

- Understand.

Do remember this.

Hey! Distribute the blankets.

Bhaiya, again the dacoits

had come to the village.

They had killed Gangu and Kanhaiya.

What do I have to do with it?

Whether any one lives or dies?

What are you saying, son?

Aren't these villagers our own?

They might me yours.

But where were they at the

time of my mother's death?

Where were they at the

time of your ailment?

Had not if Raja sir helped us then...

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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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