Yeshwant

(1997)
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After arresting a drug dealer during an undercover operation, police officer Yeshwant Lohar (Nana Patekar) is framed for murder and imprisoned by his corrupt supervisor, Salim Shaikh (Mohan Joshi), who is involved in distributing narcotics. Determined to prove her husband's innocence, wife Ragini (Madhoo) resists Salim's attempts to intimidate or bribe her. Salim then releases false photos of Ragini having an affair with police officer Atul (Atul Agnihotri), shaking Yeshwant's faith in his wife.

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Top Billed Cast

  1. Nana Patekar

    Nana Patekar

    Yeshwant Lohar

  2. Madhoo

    Madhoo

    Ragini Lohar

  3. Madhoo

    Madhoo

    Ragini Y. Lohar

  4. Nana Patekar

    Nana Patekar

    Inspector Yeshwant Lohar

  5. Atul Agnihotri

    Atul Agnihotri

    Inspector John Frank

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Yeshwant
Yeshwant

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Status Released

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  • February 7, 1997
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

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