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Jallaad (1995) watch online HD

Jallaad (1995) watch online HD
  • Original title:Jallaad
  • Category:Movie / Action / Drama
  • Released:1995
  • Director:T.L.V. Prasad
  • Actors:Mithun Chakraborty,Madhoo,Rambha
  • Writer:Manivanan,T.L.V. Prasad
  • Duration:2h 24min
  • Video type:Movie

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Short summary

A young, dashing, and honest Police Inspector, who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Prasad, goes to a small town in Southern India to be introduced to a prospective bride, Koyal, the daughter of Gopinath. The Police Inspector falls head over heels in love with Koyal and wants to marry her. Koyal too falls in love with him. When the time comes for finalizing their marriage, a man comes forward alleging that the Police Inspector is not who he claims to be, but a man who is a bastard, born out of an unknown biological father. This leads to the postponement of the marriage, and the Inspector questioning Prasad and his wife as to who he really is and who his father was. Prasad starts recounting his mother, Gayetri's, life, the fact that she married an obnoxious man named Amavas - a man who was selected by a shady politician to lure the innocent public to vote for him - so that he can plunder the nation to no end. Watch as this story takes you back in time, showing the greed and avarice that can ...

Mithun's first negative role.

Reena Roy was approached for Maushami Chatterj's role, she was not convinced about killing off her character.

User reviews

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    • Author: SupperDom
    I just saw this film and thought i'll find out what people say about this film on IMDb. Guess what, NOTHING AT ALL!! Mithun in a totally convincing double role plays the main villain Amavas and the son Shakti who is an inspector. What can i say?, This film has everything action, romance, great storyline, great songs, the background score every time they show the villain Amavas (Mithun) is slightly chilling yet tense which totally adds to the quality of the film. And also the great Mithunda is in his best role ever for which he even won a film fare award 1995 (best villain). This is the only film directed by T.L.V Prasad that is actually brilliant (its also the only one to receive an award & some critical acclaim), he tried recreating the magic of Jallaad in his other 20+ films with Mithun but they weren't this good. Trust me, this double role is not like the one mithun played in the boring "Swarg Yahan Narak Yahan"(1991) which is a copy of Amitabh/Dilip kumar film "Shakti". People think that Mithuns films like Surakshaa, Wardaat, disco dancer and commando (amongst others) are his best. There are good but are in no way up to the standard of this film. This film is an action film too but not those brainless ones that mithun made in the 80s and 90s, This one actually has a brilliant storyline which touches on politics, childhood abandonment, hatred and ultimately revenge. BOTTOM LINE:- Watch this entertaining film and you'll enjoy it, GUARANTEED!!!.
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    • Author: Ffel
    I've seen Jallad many times, and I have enjoyed the film every time I watched it. Mithun, The Legend Of Indian Cinema delivers a performance of a lifetime, In fact he won a Filmfare and Star Screen awards for Best Vllain.

    Mithun is a superb actor, his energy and style is untouchable. Jallad is a superb film.

    Don't miss Jallad, watch it for its interesting storyline and the award winning performance by Mithun. Jallad was a huge hit at the box office, when it had released in 1995. The film is a must watch, watch for the Milestone called Mithun.
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    • Author: Ucantia
    So according to the Indian movies all the Indian politicians are deeply corrupted; namely thieves and killers! Anyhow, this time, there was a real good movie there. The story of Mr. Corruption, who's running for some chair, preparing for some election then finds a lost son/an honest officer from a forgotten past, was catchy. As if the relationship between such a man and justice is illegal. The idea of a conflict between them could have been great. But the thing is the movie I watched wasn't great.

    It takes the outward of everything, mixes it with cheesy movie- making then ends it with crazy violence. I didn't love the outcome of that at all. Not even as a commercial take on real life, since nearly nothing was real in it. The only real thing from my point of view was that pure hatred to the Indian politicians. As they're the devil in earth, or maybe more damned!

    The music number of (Kya Kehti Hai), in which the lead sings with his love, reached a new level of being campy; look at the dance's moves, the uncountable dancers who appear suddenly from no where to sing and dance gaily with the leads, only in the Indian movies I think! (at least they were made a daydream this round!), then the horrible costumes (Orange nightmare; that's all what I can say about them!). By the way, save few scenes, the whole movie is artistically dry. Some scenes; like the wife's flashback of her wedding night, were theatrically and poorly directed.

    Over and above, look at the heroine; she's someone the lead loves, sings and dances with, then rescues later. Does somebody, anybody, hear about making a character before? But wait a minute; who needs that here in the first place? The 47-year-old (Mithun Chakraborty) seemed old and weary as the son, and no way close to 20 something ! I hated some coincidences and exaggerations. Some of them might have been better with another writing. And when it comes to the way the bad guys "jump" in this movie, as in the street's fight, I must laugh my heart out !

    The last sequence sums up the movie's case well; with primitive cinematography, loud music, idiot melodrama (or not well made), and the violent solution. It was ugly killing to any beauty this movie has. However, from assured angle it is a rare movie. To challenge the famous Indian values of Gandhi about indulgence, and "eye for an eye makes a blind world" is something I didn't see much in the mainstream Indian movies. Yes, the revenge theme runs like blood in the veins of Bollywood, but not to this extent; notice well that the lead killed the evil man while the last was unarmed, rather we saw the lead's "god" suggests the killing itself, with decapitated head in the hand. And when the movie punishes his lead with only 3 years in prison, it just harmonies with the fact that the photo of Gandhi never showed up all the time. Agrees with this spirit of disrespect the way the movie parodies a holy icon in the Indian cinema, or the Indian history, (Sholay – 1975), in separate short comic relief.

    The bright points, else the basic story that never completed, are few. Surely their first is (Chakraborty)'s performance as the evil man. I knew later that he won The Filmfare award, and The Star Screen award both for "The Best Villain". No wonder since he did a fine effort with it, giving no chance to his other role, the lead, to shine even if a little. One of his best scenes, and one of the movie's as well, is when he demands from his secretary to hit him right in the middle of a fixed riot. The hypocrisy of such a character was so-true-and-bitter-it's-laughable. (Kader Khan) was fine also, as he always is. His performance was a genuine thing unlike many things, if not all the things, around.

    Finally it's a movie to discharge negative emotions towards unfair chiefs, but surprisingly it looks made by these unfair chiefs themselves. Because with an easy bloody end, like such, the movie discharges all the negative emotions, transforming the viewer into emotionless, real dull, person with no vitality to resistant. Or – in other cases – someone solves anything and everything with his gun; i.e. a killer. Bad result, and brusque movie, both ways !
  • Credited cast:
    Mithun Chakraborty Mithun Chakraborty - Amavas / Inspector Kranti
    Madhoo Madhoo - Gayetri
    Rambha Rambha - Koyal
    Kader Khan Kader Khan - Kamalkanth
    Avtar Gill Avtar Gill - Gopinath (Koyal's dad)
    Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
    Vikas Anand Vikas Anand - Prasad
    Sulabha Arya Sulabha Arya - Mrs. Gopinath
    Moushumi Chatterjee Moushumi Chatterjee
    Prem Chopra Prem Chopra
    Puneet Issar Puneet Issar
    Shakti Kapoor Shakti Kapoor - Shakti Jackson
    Gavin Packard Gavin Packard
    Yunus Parvez Yunus Parvez
    Asha Sharma Asha Sharma - Mrs. Prasad
    Gurbachan Singh Gurbachan Singh - (as Gurbachchan Singh)
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