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Jhanjhaar (1986)

  • Release Date1986
  • GenreAction, Drama
  • FormatColor
  • LanguageHindi

This is the flamming story of revolution in a village haunted by the dreaded Nagoji - a dacoit turned self-styled freedom fighter who exploits false ideas at the cost of the innocent villagers.

This is the flamming story of Armyman Veer Bahadur who sacrificed his life because he refused to resort to arms in his own country.

This is  the flamming story of Veer Bahadur's brave daughters Pushpa and Gayatri who sore by the holy fire 'JHaNJHAAR' of their father's funeral pyre to bring justice to the villagers and the evil Nagoji to book.

This is the flamming story of Shantesh, Nagoji's son who disowned by his devil father joints hands with the villagers in a fight for justice. He even rescues Pushpa from the hands of Nagoji and pledges to fight his father.

This is the flamming story of the state of our own nation today. Every man and woman owes it to the country to fight disruptive forces corrupt politicians. Pushpa, Gayatri and Shantesh are the young blood who will lead the nation through the terrorists' web of tricachery, manipulations and blatant attacks.

'JHANJHAAR' is the flame that will burn as long as justice and good triumph over evil.

[From the official press booklet]