Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman

Synopsis: Holding a degree in engineering; Raj Mathur alias Raju finds that his talent is wasted in the village so he decides to re-locate to Bombay. In Bombay he faces challenges in finding the right job until he meets and befriend the Receptionist of Chhabria Builders, Renu, who with her recommendation he manages to hold the post as Chief Engineer within that company. After this there is no turning back for Raju as he continues to climb the ladder of success. But Raju faces a draw-back when a bridge that is being built under his supervision came down crushing to death some people - this negligence not only cost Raju his job but can incarcerate him as well.
Director(s): Aziz Mirza
Production: Eros International
 
IMDB:
6.9
Year:
1992
152 min
6 Views

Okay God, let's begin

again. I am Raj Mathur.

Recognise me? I'm your Raju.

I thought you'd forgotten me.

I've brought this trident for you. Take.

Hurry up!

- Wonder when our turn will come.

What's going on here? Is

this a temple or a motel?

Wonder who is inside.

He is not coming out.

You understand?

Raju, what are you doing?

Don't disturb us, we

are discussing something.

Hurry up, there is a huge

crowd waiting outside.

Alright, you go.

You haven't left?

Hurry up.

God, your middleman troubles me a lot.

I forgot what I was saying.

God, you know what I want.

I want to be a renowned engineer.

So in my life there should be

big streets, big buildings...

big houses... This

city is very small, God.

I cannot do anything here, God.

My talent will be

wasted here, you know it.

I feel suffocated here.

Send me to Bombay somehow.

God, if I reach Bombay,

my life will be made.

Make me a rich man, God. Look, my

results are going to be declared

today Please let me score well.

Just a minute.

Please God...Bombay.

''My heart is crazy''

''Friends, I am going''

''My destination is far, but go I must''

''Good bye, friends!''

''My eyes hold dreams for the future''

''My goals are very high''

''Don't stop me, friends''

''My heart is not in my control''

''My destination is

far, but go I must...''

''I have set out with a yearning''

''And a million desires in my heart''

''One day, the star of my luck''

''Will surely shine''

''My destination is

far, but go I must...''

Hey hello! Do you know

where Ram Mohan lives?

I don't have time.

- No one seems to have time in

Bombay. Do you know

where Ram Mohan lives?

Abdul, do you want to work or not?

- Of course sir.

You just disappear.

Go serve tea to Pandey.

Pandey uncle, tea. Want anything else?

- No. Did you find a job?

- Not yet. Let's see... Hello.

- Hello. Is this Azad Nagar?

- Yes. Who are you looking for?

- Do you know where Ram

Mohan lives? Who Ram Mohan?

The one whose wife eloped

with the vegetable vendor.

No, he's not even married. -

Shut-up! You are always raving.

He works in Raj Mills.

- Gulu Dada knows everyone.

Take him to Gulu Dada's den.

Give me those hands, Thakur.

What a dialogue it was, Amjadbhai.

I am a great fan of yours.

Boss, some men have come to meet you.

How many men?

- Only five, Boss.

But in 'Sholay', they were just two.

Why am I afraid? I am not afraid.

Hey guys, leave. Its 10 pm.

lf Sister comes, it will pour.

Boss, we have laid a bet.

Just let us play one game.

Just one more strike.

- Just one strike and four men.

That's very unfair!

Gulu Dada, listen. This boy

has come from Darjeeling.

He wants to meet some Ram

Mohan. Tell him where he lives.

Gulu Dada, no one can escape your eyes.

I know, but I cannot help him.

- But why, Dada?

I cannot, that's all.

- But why?

He has left this colony. I

only got his house vacated.

Wonder if he is even dead or alive.

What say, Tamba?

Gulu Dada, how many times have

I told you to shut shop at 10 pm?

Its well past decent people's bed time.

Besides, even the school

exams are going on.

Renu, what have you done? This poor

guy has come from Darjeeling only

today He was asking for someone address.

And you wet him. You didn't do

right. Come, on, leave all of you.

And no Ram Mohan lives here.

I told you it will pour.

Leave, come on. Let's go, Tamba.

Wipe your head.

Hail Bholenath. You gave

me a good bath in Bombay...

Got scared?

- Yes.

Are you new here?

- Yes.

There is no place for

cowards in Bombay. Go back!

lf you stay, you won't

realise when you got sucked.

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