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Mrityudaata (1997)

Dr Ram Prasad Ghayal (Amitabh) is a surgeon whose scalpel proves to be a magic wand. He has a wife called Janaki (Dimple) and a brother called Bharat. Bharat is in love with a dancing doll ... See full summary »

Director:

Mehul Kumar

Writers:

Mehul Kumar (screenplay), Mehul Kumar (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amitabh Bachchan ... Dr. Ram Prasad Ghayal
Dimple Kapadia ... Mrs. Janki Ghayal
Karisma Kapoor ... Renuka Jain
Arbaaz Ali Khan Arbaaz Ali Khan ... Bharat Prasad Ghayal
Paresh Rawal ... Trilochan Tripathi (T.T.) / Terror of Terrors
Mukesh Rishi ... Rana Tonga
Ashish Vidyarthi ... Mohanlal (as Ashish Vidhyarthi)
Tiku Talsania ... Umeshchan Jain
Mushtaq Khan ... Police Inspector Danapani (as Mustaq Khan)
Avtar Gill ... Dr. Rahim Siddiqui
Dinesh Hingoo ... Mr. Maslani
Vikas Anand ... Police Commissioner
Mukesh Rawal Mukesh Rawal
Dharmesh Tiwari
Brownie Brownie ... (as Bravnee)
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Storyline

Dr Ram Prasad Ghayal (Amitabh) is a surgeon whose scalpel proves to be a magic wand. He has a wife called Janaki (Dimple) and a brother called Bharat. Bharat is in love with a dancing doll Renu (Karishma) whom the baddie's brother (Deepak Tijouri) also loves. Bharat, an architect refuses to sign a power project involving heavy kickbacks and heavier displacement (with so many scams in the air, what can one expect the plot to be). He is implicated in a plot and sent to jail. Unable to bear this humiliation, he commits suicide and Renu marries Deepak instead of repenting her beloved's loss. Now is the time for our 'Mrityudaata' to avenge the loss of his wife and his brother. He trades his scalpel for a machine gun and apron for a commando coat and cap. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Angel Of Death

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Action | Drama | Musical

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Trivia

Amitabh Bachchan noticed 'Daler Mehendi' at a wedding and was very impressed with his vocals he felt he should sing for his own film. The next day Amitabh rang Daler and Daler recorded the song the very next day when the film was already 90-95% complete. Amitabh called it 'a last minute song'. See more »

Goofs

Ram Prasad Ghayal was framed for the murder of Raja but escaped from prison to take revenge on his enemies and therefore he's on the run. In theory his medical licence should be revoked. But when he bumps into Dr Siddiqui and chases him, he's in his doctor's attire, as if he is carrying on medical practice. See more »

Alternate Versions

The CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) removed all references of "Seva Dal", photograph of Indira Gandhi on the walls which suggests a particular party and doctor drinking to gain an 'A' (restricted to adults) certificate. It remained cut since. See more »

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Features Krantiveer (1994) See more »

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Big B go back!
1 November 2010 | by AvinashPatalaySee all my reviews

ABCL's maiden production with Big B in the lead. Gave away expectations that the movie will showcase Big B in its glorious form and deliver a product that is nothing short of perfection. Add to that Mehul Kumar fresh out of success of "Tiranga" & "Krantiveer" which breathed a new lease of life for Rajkumar and showcased Nana Patekar in his best. The icing on the cake was the comeback movie of Big B after his sabbatical. You bet, it couldn't get any better.

Sadly even the hardcore Big B fans found it appalling. It seemed the stale 1980's script was served a decade later and fan-base questioned how could the star even approve of it. "Foul" they yelled. Surprisingly the audience cheered when Daler Mehendi's song was injected which gives an inkling how poorly the proceedings were. There was absolutely nothing that seemed positive about "Mrityudaata".

Later Big B accepted with humility that as an artist it was a bad decision to impose a self-exile which led to turning a blind eye to the real world. "Mrityudaata" will be remembered for first amongst the series of flops which sunk his "larger than life-size" image deeper than the reason.

Nonetheless he later returned as a true "phoenix".


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

25 May 1997 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Angel of Death See more »

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