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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 163

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: hi

Webpage: -

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Alternative Titles

  • Vijay Path
  • Vijay Path 1994
  • Vijaypath (1994)
  • Vijay Path (1994)
Content Score: 93

(1994)

10.0/10 (1 vote)

Overview

The family of Justice Saxena is extremely happy until his younger brother Inspector Rajesh Saxena (Suresh Oberoi) arrests a notorious gangster, Bhawani Singh. Justice Saxena sentences Bhawani Singh to death. Bhawani Singh's brother, Dilawar Singh (Danny Denzongpa), vows to avenge his brother and he kills the judge as well as his driver Shanker. Dilawar Singh also tries to kill their sons. Driver Shanker's son, Karan (Ajay Devgan) loses his eyesight while saving Justice Saxena's son Babloo. Justice Saxena's wife, the two children and Rajesh Saxena leave the city. Dilawar Singh finds them and kills the Judge's wife and throws Babloo out of the running train. Before dying, Babloo donates his eyes to Karan. Karan vows that he will not remove his goggles till he confronts Dilawar Singh.

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Director: Farogh Siddique
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Cast

Ajay Devgan

Ajay Devgan
as Karan

Tabu

Tabu
as Mohini "Mona"

Suresh Oberoi

Suresh Oberoi
as Inspector Rajesh Saxe…

Reema Lagoo

Reema Lagoo
as Mrs. Saxena

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