Translation: I am a free person and, if I will, I can cut open a dog and eat it!
Let me warn you, it is not said by a hero, but the main villain, Jagira, who grew up drinking "fox milk". The reason why I started off with that quote is because it was the most coolest quote ever back then. All over TV, it was shown and became one of Bollywood's instantly recognizable quote which still stands today. Inspired by Seven Samurai and Sholay, this Rajkumar Santoshi movie is a clear example of how great, and somewhat epic, Bollywood films once were. The violence is over-the-top and sickeningly graphic.
Although cliched the movie is, it still manages to knock you silly but I am confused. You see, it has so many sub-plots an” read more
Portrayed by Mukesh Tiwari
Out of the four, Jagira is the most darkest, most sadistic and most violent! Even though he officially steps in after 35-40 minutes into the movie, you can actually feel the terror when the local townspeople talk about his violent acts.
Originally created to be in the same vein as Gabbar Singh, Jagira, masterfully played by Mukesh Tiwari, became a villain in it's own right and in some cases, is ranked higher than Gabbar Singh himself!
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