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Inth Ka Jawab Patthar
 
Producer: Devendra Singh
Director: Mithu Singh
Starring: Puru Raaj Kumaar, Divya Dutta
Music: Raam-Laxman
Lyrics: Shaheen Iqbal
Genre: Action
Recommended Audience: General
Film Released on: 04 January 2002
Reviewed by: Akshay Shah  - Rating: 1.0 / 10
 
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Public Rating Average: 5.11 / 10 (rated by 410 viewers)
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Why did I even bother to watch this movie? I actually don´t know myself, but I sorely regret it, and chances are you will too!

The film revolves around a corrupt builder Bhujung (Pramod Moutho) who gets his way with the land and tenants, and if he doesn´t, he resorts to the gun and kills. On one such occasion he kills an honest builder and his wife, leaving behind their 6 year old son who runs away.

15 years later the son has grown up and is known by Devendra (Puru Raj Kumar) and is also in the building industry. He is an honest builder and his one aim in life is to catch that killer. Bhujung in the meantime has more power than ever. He comes across a piece of land owned by a honest man who wants to build a school there. Bhujung has his eyes on making a casino. He kills that man off. A special agent (Sudesh Berry) comes into investigate the murder. At first he gets off on a bad start with Devendra but later they both join hands in finishing off Bhujung´s criminal empire.

The story and screenplay in the movie are non-existent. Whether it´s the revenge plot, romance track or the police track, none of them gel at all. Most Mithun films these days have more innovative plots than this movie, now that’s a real insult!

There is not one performance in the movie that can be defined as acting. Puru Raj Kumar should stick to well written roles like Mission Kashmir as he did well there. He also shines in negative roles, but proves to be a stiff leading actor. Here his facials and dialogue delivery are laughable. He is trying to over emphasize the fact that he is the "hero". Divya Dutta has no scope in the movie except to dance with Puru. Sudesh Berry proves dull in his inconsequent role. He leaves no impact at all. The rest of the villains do their job accordingly.

Musically Ram-Laxman are shocking! Whatever happened to the Ram-Laxman of Hum Aapke Hain Koun, Maine Pyar Kiya, and even Hum Saath Saath Hain? We suppose those credits should go to Mr. Sooraj Barjatya! After this I’d think so.

Technically the film looks very stale and none of the departments stand out at all.

Conclusively, Inth Ka Jawan Patthar is one bad movie! In fact it is so bad I would say it defines the word bad and makes some of those Mithun starrers half decent. Another sorrowful product from the Bollywood movie bank.

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