Synopsis: Narasimha a young and captive man lives a middle class life with his family in a quite neighbor hood. He gets his beautiful sister marry to an eligible young man in there vicinity. On the occasion of his sister giving birth, he returns home to find that a conflict arise between his neighbor hood and another neighbor hood where he seek refuge in a dwelling area nearby only to return and find out that his whole family has been murder. Without no aim left in life Narasimha decided to turn to crime and alcohol. He later decided to work for a man call Suraj Narayan Singh. But when Suraj asks him to kill Ravi Rastogi for falling in love with his daughter, Meenu. Narasimha refuses, and on the contrary joins forces with Ravi, his sister, Anita, to force Suraj to get the young couple married. This kind of conflict escalates to such proportions that Suraj finally gets arrested and lodged in a cell. Everything seems clear for Ravi and Meenu to get married, but Meenu wants proof that her dad is a
Genre: Action, Drama
Director(s): N. Chandra
  1 nomination.
214 min

- Hail Bapji!

- Hail Radha Madhav!

The temple's

oblation for you first, sir.

What is the progress of

my other temple?

It's a beautiful temple.

People have already

started coming to the temple.

They insist on

going to Bapji's temple.

The sculptor has

made such a lovely idol.

Is it?

Yes. Though the idol

is of Lord Krishna...

but it looks just like you.

It's each one's devotion, priest.

You see the image of God as the

feeling you carry for Him...

in your heart.

Well said.

Do you need anything, priest?

- We needed another Rs.500000.

- It will be done.

Bhure, tell Bajrang to call a

strike in Saxena's factory.

During the compromise, make him

give a donation of Rs.500000...

to the temple.

Saxena, no chances of a strike

in your factory, are there?

- Wow!

- Shut-up!

Everything is

going fine by your grace.

This is a donation of Rs.200000 to

your party from Saxena Industries.

Rs.500000 on behalf

of the business community.

Hail Radha Madhav!

I have fixed the rates of

grains for this year, Jaganbhai.

Bapji, if you

could increase the rates...

Hey! Foolish man, the basic

principle of my rule is...

to increase the rates that much...

that people don't get the time

to even think of rebellion.

But not increase it so much that

people are compelled to rebel.


- Yes doctor?

- Bapji, I had come for you only.

Bapji, he is a new judge.

He has come to offer his greetings.

What are you doing?

My coat...?

- Let them remove it.

- But I am not feeling hot.

Wearing such a coat is not

allowed in this city.

Not allowed?

But Bapji also wears such a coat.

That is why it is not allowed.

We will burn this coat.

Whatever number of such coats you

have at home, burn them yourself.

Hail Bapji!

Hail Radha Madhav!

With Bapji's

permission and blessings...

the auction of government

contracts of Narayanpur begin.

The rascal! He considers the

whole city his father's property.

The tender for cycle stand...

its basic government price

has been fixed at Rs.25000.

I request the people to bid.

Hail Bapji! Rs.26000.

26000, one...

26000, two...

26000, three!

It is all pre-fixed about

who will get the contract.

Yet, he gets the whole city

closed down...

and calls everyone to his mansion.

- But who will complain?

- The one who wants to die.

Nonsense! Even I have

made arrangements this time.

The public is requested to

bid higher.

- Rs.600000.

- 600000 one, two...


Have you forgotten to count?

Did you take permission from Bapji

to participate in the auction?

Whoever he is, why should

I take permission from him?

- This is a government auction.

- I am the government here.

The order of this mansion

is the law of this city.

Damn the order of your mansion!

- Bapji, how could he dare?

- He is my man.

- I got him released on parole.

- You? But why?

In this crowd,

there are a few people...

who have rebellion

against me in their hearts.

But after this prisoner's death...

instead of rebellion, they

will have fear in their hearts.

- Without fear, you cannot rule.

- Great!

Saw the consequences of

rebelling against me?

No one can kill me!

Not from front, not from behind.

Not from left, not from right.

Not man, not animal.

Not weapons, not arms.

- Hail Radha Madhav!

- Hail Bapji!

Suraj, I have heard so much

about Bapji and his goons...

that I got my posting done here.

But from this file it doesn't seem

any crime has taken place...

in Narayanpur since many months.

Sir, no one will give evidence

in Narayanpur against Bapji.

It's a week

since you joined duty...

and you haven't gone

to greet Bapji yet?

Just because you got a medal,

you have become proud?

Tell your Bapji, that I

have heard a lot about his crimes.

The day I get even one

clue against your Bapji...

he'll be under arrest.

You seem to be an honest man.

If you are looking for clues...

then listen. He only got

prisoner no.340 killed...

In the presence of the entire city.

But no one will give evidence.

If you can take

this case to court...

I am ready to become

a government approver.

Think over. I'll call you again.

- How is business doing?

- What business?

Even five barrels

a day are difficult.

The gambling dens have already

gone to Bapji.

Dada, if we don't get liquor

supplies, we'll have to go begging.

Why do you worry?

I have played such a trick...

that all liquor contracts

will be under our control.

You guys sharpen your weapons.

Damn Bapji!


- Give me the file of prisoner 340.

- But that case is closed.

I know to read

what is written in words...

and also what

is not written in words.

Okay sir.

Hail Bapji!

- Hail Radha Madhav!

- Come Bapji.

Congratulations Mr. Rastogi.

I came to know only today...

that you have got a

President's medal for the best cop.

- Take.

- Thank you. Take dear.

My men told me

to call you to my mansion.

But I refused.

I said that the man who has

earned such a big honour...

- I will myself go to him.

- Please come.

- Sit down.

- Thank you.

Whenever any man

has made my city proud...

I have made their lives.

Dr. Deshmukh... when he got

a big degree from America...

I got him a plot from the

government to start his clinic.

When Rajan Patel became judge

from a public prosecutor...

I got a bungalow made for him on

government expense on Gangapur road.

But these men are so good...

that they come and meet me

even today at my mansion.

They sure must be.

I will have to do something for

you too. Think and let me know.

Your assistant was telling me

you wanted to talk to me.

The prisoner you got released

last week has been murdered.

Inspector, why are you so worried

about a sentenced criminal?

It is good he died, we are rid

of him, less burden on earth.

If he was alive,

he'd commit more murders.

That is why you killed him

and got him out of the way.

With what right? And why?

Man is not stone that he will

remain the way he is.

When a bandit

can become Valmiki (a sage)...

there is hope for every bandit

to reform.

If it's a matter of philosophy,

who ever dies? The soul is immortal

Even Lord Krishna has said...

the soul is reborn immediately.

One dies and is reborn again.

Then why are you worried?

Even if someone is sentenced to

death for killing prisoner 340...

what difference does it make?

And then, the soul is immortal.

It will be born again immediately.

Die, and be born again!

- You are joking.

- I am not joking.

I know everything about you, Bapji.

You have come here so that

I dismiss the case of 340...

I close it.

By coming here...

you have proved you are guilty.

I have an eye witness

to the murder...

who will give evidence

against you in court...

and you will

be under arrest tomorrow.

Hail Bapji!

All of you come!

Go and find Narsimha.

Search the whole city. I want

Narsimha here by tomorrow morning.

Bapji has called

Narsimha to the mansion.

Bapji has called

Narsimha to the mansion.

Right away.

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N. Chandra

N. Chandra or Chandrashekhar Narvekar (born 4 April 1952) is an Indian producer, writer and director, known for gritty realism, in his early dark and loud films such as Ankush, Pratighaat, Tezaab and Narsimha (1991). Chandra also made the successful but critically scorned Style and its sequel Xcuse Me. more…

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