Nishchaiy Trailer

Nishchaiy Trailer (1992)

16 July 1992 147 mins

'Nishchaiy' is the story of two brothers, Ravi and Rohan Yadav separated due to unforeseen circumstances created by Ravi's employer Manohar Singh who suspects Ravi of having an affair with his wife Renuka. Ravi is sent to prison for a crime which he never committed and Rohan is adopted by Renuka's friend Yashoda. Years later, Ravi, a branded criminal is released from prison and Rohan, a successful lawyer now known as Vasu Gujral, clash with each other unaware of the fact that they are real brothers. This clash is engineered by none other than Manohar Singh, who is responsible for their separation years ago.

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Cast

Salman Khan

as Vasudev Gujral / Rohan Yadav

Vinod Khanna

as Ravi Yadav

Karisma Kapoor

as Payal Singh

Saeed Jaffrey

as Suryakant Gujral

International Releases Dates

India 16 July 1992

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