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  • Ankush

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     1'''Ankush''''''''' 
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     41985 149’ col Hindi 
     5d/sc/co-dial N. Chandra pc Shilpa Movies 
     6st Debu Sen co-dial Sayyad Sultan lyr Abhilash 
     7c H. Lakshminarayan m Kuldeep Singh 
     8lp Madan Jain, Nana Patekar, Arjun 
     9Chakraborty, Suhas Palshikar, Nisha Singh, 
     10Ashalata, Dinkar Kaushik, Mahavir Shah, Rabia 
     11Amin, Ravi Patwardhan, Master Bobby, Raja 
     12Bundela, Sayyed 
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     15Chandra’s debut film propagates the cause of 
     16the Hindu Shiv Sena, a link emphasised by the 
     17first major Hindi film of Nana Patekar. A gang 
     18of four educated but unemployed men are a 
     19law unto themselves. Reformed by a female 
     20guardian angel (Singh), the four briefly attempt 
     21an entrepreneurial life until the woman is 
     22raped by the very gang leader (and his masters) 
     23against whom the youths are fighting. Revenge 
     24is swift, as is their repentance, creating a 
     25cyclical story of violence and regret. The film 
     26unashamedly rehearses Bombay’s Shiv Sena 
     27ideologies: unemployment is the devil’s 
     28workshop, industry is controlled by ‘rootless 
     29outsiders’ (North Indians, mainly) who 
     30persecute and exploit ‘the natives’. The 
     31relentless violence culminates in the four thugs, 
     32presented as ‘heroes’, being martyred as they 
     33are hanged in a manner reminiscent of India’s 
     34nationalist freedom fighters. 
     35 
     36[[Film]]