Khiladi 786

Synopsis: The underachieving son of a marriage bureau owner attempts to marry a don's daughter to a supposed police officer in an effort to prove his worth to his father.
Director(s): Ashish R. Mohan
Production: Eros International
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
4.4
NOT RATED
Year:
2012
141 min
$352,684
336 Views


"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"He'll make it right..."

"He'll set things straight."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

Two types of people can be

found in this monetory world.

One that earns, and

the other that squanders.

People also know them

as husband and wife.

Marriage, a twist in life...

...where the earner

meets the squanderer.

And some people earn from marriages.

Like our very own Champaklal Desai.

He has fixed 475 marriages till date.

He could've fixed 500.

But since he's included his

son in this joint venture...

...he has broken

the joints many alliances.

We'll introduce you to

him as well, right away.

Are you happy with this marriage,

dear? - Yes, father.

Dear, ready to go to dais?

Mr. Champak Lal.

That's a fine groom

you've chosen for her.

Their horoscopes match so perfectly.

Thank you very much.

You should thank the Lord...

I think the guests are here.

Come on.

Just a minute.

- What?

Uncle.

Thank you so much for helping me out.

If it wasn't for you...

...I would've lost my love forever.

Dear, I believe

love's more important...

...than horoscopes.

Right.

And where marriages are concerned...

...fibbing is allowed.

Right?

Yes.

Get ready quickly.

- Okay, uncle.

All the best.

- Thank you.

Handsome and dashing, Mansukh bhai."

'This is Mansukh Desai.'

'Son of Champak Desai.'

"He knows how to rock, and groove..."

Take it to the dais.

Yes.

Yes, Jignesh.

What are you saying?

But he's a nice boy.

The horoscopes don't match,

I'll take care of that.

What lie?

Love's more important...

...even if the horoscopes don't match.

The decorations look nice,

don't they? - Yes.

You want to know a secret.

In the marriage that's

taking place today...

...the bride's father was

strictly against love-marriage.

But we put up a charade...

...and now he thinks this

is an arranged marriage.

Where marriages are concerned...

...fibbing is allowed.

Don't worry, I will

arrange everything.

We'll talk later, okay.

Keep playing, this is a marriage.

What's the point now?

You just blew everything.

"He's ruined everything."

Champak Lal, the

marriage is cancelled.

Rascal. Useless. Mansukh.

I'm dead.

Fool. I might never

fix 500 marriages...

...but you'll

certainly break that much.

Rascal, useless.

What? Why are you beating him?

Let him go.

Don't interfere.

Give me a stick.

I will beat him.

He broke-off the

marriage that I had fixed.

Papa.

- Useless.

Sorry, papa. Sorry, papa.

But he said sorry.

I wish you had said

sorry before he was born.

"Champak, I am sorry

I cannot bear a child"...

...then I would've been really happy.

Fool. Fool.

He broke that too.

Stop it.

- You stay quiet.

Quiet!

Get out.

- Papa.

Get out of here.

- Leave him.

Fool. Get out of here.

- No, papa.

Papa, last chance.

Papa, last chance.

Stupid, fool, idiot,

good for nothing, useless, rascal.

Get out!

These doors are

closed for you forever.

Closed for you forever!

Closed for you forever!

He's the one who broke that marriage.

His father fixed

marriages all his life...

...but he couldn't fix a single one.

Its curtains for him now.

That's enough charade for a day,

everyone go back to your homes.

"Mansukh, you're done for."

Good time begins.

Hey stop, stop the truck.

What are you doing, catch them.

Bahattar, did you see them.

They brokee the barrier.

That's okay.

Bahattar here will break their bones.

Come on.

Great, boss.

Real gold in pure butter.

Billu. You did the right

thing buying this barn.

Boss. Illegal smuggling

under the guise of pure milk...

...business is flourishing.

Great. Great.

Hey you.

- Yes.

Close the gates.

Khiladi(player) is back.

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

"The player."

"The player."

"He's the player, buddy."

Inspector. Leave

quietly while you still can.

Punjabis never come or go quietly.

I've made inspectors like

you disappear into thin air.

Where's the boss?

Boss, where are you?

Looking for that piece of trash.

Look in the trashcan.

Boss, what are you doing here?

What am I doing here?

Boss, we didn't see a thing.

There are three things

in the world that erxist...

...but no one's ever seen it.

Ghosts.

True love.

And Bahattar Singh's speed.

Beat him.

"RComee on."

At least now tell me who you are.

Name, Bahattar. (72)

District, Malkanpur. Village, Tashi.

Blessed with the grace of God.

Wielding 786.

Come on, arrest everyone.

Catch them.

- Catch them.

Arrest them.

Great, man. You really

beat them to a pulp.

What about that family from Gurdaspur?

Those Gurdaspur peopplee did call.

And they...

- speak up.

They... refused your

proposal for their daughter.

Why doesn't anyone want to

marry their daughter with me?

Don't worry, bro.

They eentire orld wil look with awe...

...when you find your wife.

- Why the world?

Only I will see her.

Bahattar.

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