Watch Insaaf Kaun Karega
Insaaf Kaun Karega is a 1984 Indian action film starring Dharmendra, Rajinikanth, and Jaya Prada in lead roles. The film is directed by Sudarsan Nag and produced by Ramesh Gahlani. The story of the film revolves around a police officer named Raja Sethi (Dharmendra) who is known for his honesty and integrity. He is the nightmare of the local thugs who operate under the patronage of a politician named Rudra Pratap Singh (Kader Khan). Rudra Pratap Singh is a corrupt politician who is trying to grab the land of the poor farmers in the area.
Raja Sethi's life takes a different turn when he falls in love with Radha (Jaya Prada), the daughter of a poor farmer. Radha reciprocates his love but worries about the safety of her father and the other farmers whose land is being targeted by Rudra Pratap Singh.
Things take a violent turn when Rudra Pratap Singh decides to kill Raja Sethi. In the ensuing fight, Raja Sethi is badly injured and is taken to a hospital where he is treated by a doctor named Ranjit (Rajinikanth). Ranjit had lost his wife and child in a fire accident caused by Rudra Pratap Singh and is hell-bent on seeking revenge.
Ranjit joins forces with Raja Sethi and together they plan to bring Rudra Pratap Singh to justice. They are joined by Radha and the other villagers who are determined to save their land.
The film is filled with action-packed sequences, thrilling chase scenes, and intense dialogues. The chemistry between Dharmendra and Jaya Prada is palpable, and Rajinikanth's charisma adds an extra layer of excitement to the film.
One of the highlights of the film is the soundtrack composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The songs "Ladki Tumhari Kanwari Rah Jaati" and "Ja Re Ja O Harjai" became instant hits.
Insaaf Kaun Karega was a commercial success at the box office and cemented Dharmendra's position as an action hero. The film also showcased Rajinikanth's talent as an actor and paved the way for his successful career in Bollywood.
Overall, Insaaf Kaun Karega is a must-watch for fans of action and masala movies. The film's themes of honesty, justice, and love for the common man are still relevant today, making it a timeless classic.