Jaanbaaz Trailer

Jaanbaaz Trailer (1986)

09 September 1986 Drama, Romance, Foreign

Rana Vikram Singh (Amrish Puri) has two sons, Rajesh (Feroz Khan), a police officer and Amar (Anil Kapoor), a fun-loving playboy. Rajesh has gone through a traumatic experience of losing the girl he loved (Sridevi), when she succumbed to drug addiction. He vows to fight this menace. An underworld kingpin Raja (Raza Murad) murders Rana's old friend. Reshma (Dimple), this friend's daughter, takes shelter in Rana's house. Amar and Reshma fall in love but the evil Raja pursues her. Rajesh meanwhile is on the trail of the drug cartel which victimized his girlfriend.

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Cast

Feroz Khan

as Inspector Rajesh Singh

Anil Kapoor

as Amar Singh

Amrish Puri

as Rana Vikram Singh

Dimple Kapadia

as Reshma Rai

Raza Murad

as Teja

International Releases Dates

India 09 September 1986

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