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Apmaan Ki Aag (The Fire of Insult) is a 1990 Indian Hindi-language action drama film directed by Talukdars and produced by Vijay K. Ranglani. It stars Govinda and Sonam in the lead roles. The film revolves around the life of Vikrant Narayan Singh (Govinda), a poor man who dreams of becoming rich and marrying Mona (Sonam), the daughter of a retired colonel (Kader Khan). However, his life takes a turn when he is humiliated and assaulted by two criminals (Gulshan Grover and Satish Shah) and decides to file a police complaint. This leads him to join the underworld and become a gangster, while losing his love and family.
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The film was released on 21 December 1990 and received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. The film was praised for its action sequences, music, and performances of Govinda and Sonam, but criticized for its weak plot, direction, and editing. The film was a moderate success at the box office, earning Rs. 2.5 crore in India.
Vikrant Narayan Singh (Govinda) lives in a chawl in Dongri, Bombay, with his widowed mother (Aruna Irani). He works as a mechanic and sends money to his village. He is in love with Mona (Sonam), the only child of widower and retired colonel Suryadev Singh (Kader Khan), who lives in a bungalow nearby. Vikrant dreams of marrying Mona and becoming rich someday.
One day, he takes Mona to Hotel Sea Princess to celebrate her birthday. There, he is confronted by J.D. Chaudhary (Gulshan Grover) and Monty Nagpal (Satish Shah), two notorious criminals who work for Monty's father, Kailash Nagpal (Kiran Kumar), the kingpin of the underworld. J.D. and Monty insult and beat up Vikrant in front of Mona and everyone else. Vikrant decides to file a police complaint against them, despite Mona's pleas to let it go.
Vikrant goes to the police station, where he meets Police Commissioner S.R. Chaudhary (Vikram Gokhale), who happens to be J.D.'s father. Chaudhary tries to dissuade Vikrant from filing the complaint, but Vikrant refuses to back down. Chaudhary then orders Inspector Damodar (Mahavir Shah) to arrest Vikrant on false charges of robbery and murder.
Vikrant is tortured in jail by Damodar and his men, who try to force him to withdraw the complaint. However, Vikrant remains adamant and does not give in. He is then bailed out by Kailash Nagpal, who offers him a job in his gang. Vikrant agrees to join Kailash, hoping to take revenge on J.D., Monty, and Chaudhary.
Vikrant becomes Vicky, a ruthless gangster who works for Kailash. He kills J.D., Monty, Damodar, and many other enemies of Kailash. He also becomes rich and powerful, but loses his love for Mona, who is heartbroken by his transformation. He also neglects his mother, who disowns him after learning about his crimes.
Meanwhile, Chaudhary vows to destroy Vicky and Kailash for killing his son. He teams up with Colonel Suryadev Singh, who also wants to stop Vicky from ruining Mona's life. They launch a massive operation against Vicky and Kailash's gang.
In the climax, Vicky faces Chaudhary and Suryadev in a shootout at Kailash's hideout. Vicky kills Chaudhary, but is wounded by Suryadev's bullet. He then realizes his mistake and apologizes to Suryadev for hurting Mona. He also asks for his mother's forgiveness, who arrives at the scene with Mona. Vicky dies in his mother's arms, while Mona cries over his body.
Cast and Crew
Vikrant Narayan Singh/Vicky
Retired Colonel Suryadev Singh
Mrs. Singh (Vikrant's mother)
Police Commissioner S.R. Chaudhary
Vasu (Vikrant's friend)
Daruwala (Vikrant's boss)
The film was directed by Talukdars and written by Talukdars and Tanveer Khan (dialogue). The cinematography was done by Munir Khan and the editing by Hussain A. Burmawala. The music was composed by Nadeem-Shravan and the lyrics by Sameer. The film had four songs, sung by Amit Kumar, Kumar Sanu, Mohammed Aziz, and Anuradha Paudwal.
Critical Reception and Box Office Performance
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its action sequences, music, and performances of Govinda and Sonam, but others criticized the film for its weak plot, direction, and editing. The film was also compared to other films of the same genre, such as Deewana (1992) and Baazigar (1993), which had similar themes of revenge and betrayal.
The film was a moderate success at the box office, earning Rs. 2.5 crore in India. It was the 25th highest-grossing film of 1990.
Apmaan Ki Aag is a 1990 Indian Hindi-language action drama film that tells the story of a poor man who becomes a gangster after being humiliated and assaulted by two criminals. The film stars Govinda and Sonam in the lead roles, and features Kader Khan, Aruna Irani, Satish Shah, Kiran Kumar, Gulshan Grover, Vikram Gokhale, Rakesh Bedi, Dinesh Hingoo, and Mahavir Shah in supporting roles. The film was directed by Talukdars and produced by Vijay K. Ranglani. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, and was a moderate success at the box office.
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