Insaniyat Ke Devta

Insaniyat Ke Devta
इंसानियत के देवता

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Directed by K. C. Bokadia
Produced by I. A. Desai
Salim Khan
Written by K. C. Bokadia
Faiz Saleem
Shanmugam Sundaram
Iqbal Durrani
Starring Rajinikanth
Raaj Kumar
Vinod Khanna
Manisha Koirala
Music by Anand-Milind
Cinematography Peter Pereira
Edited by Govind Dalwadi
Distributed by D.S Films
Release dates
12 February 1993
Country India
Language Hindi

Insaniyat Ke Devta is a 1993 Indian film directed by K. C. Bokadia.


Balbir and Anwar are close friends who are both honest and brave, and always willing to lend a helping hand to any one who is in need, including the people behind a Ashram (resthouse for the poor). They are in love with two lovely ladies Paro and Husna Bano. Balbir's younger brother Vivek is a student and has fallen in love with another lovely young lady Nisha. Nisha is the daughter of Ranjit, a rich tycoon who will do anything to take-over the land and property of the Ashram, demolish it, and begin construction on it. He enlists the help of corrupt Jail Minister Veni Prasad Bhandari and Thakur Shakti Singh. When Balbir and Anwar frustrate his attempts he has them thrown in jail, and has the Ashram demolished by a bomb, placed by an escaped jail inmate. Balbir and Anwar escape from jail and avenge the demolishment and death of the innocent including Babaji by killing Ranjit in broad daylight, for which they are arrested and get a life sentence. The jail they are in is in charge of Jailer Rana Pratap who is a strict disciplinarian, as well as a honest and incorruptible. All three learn to respect each other. Meanwhile Balbir's brother Vivek is framed for the murder of Nisha's mom Sumitradevi and he too gets a jail sentence. Balbir and Anwar jail escapades are frustrated by Rana Pratap. Will justice be finally served? Who are behind the killing of Sumitradevi?



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Suno To Zara" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Mera Balma Thanedar" Shabbir Kumar, Uttara Kelkar
3 "Neend Nahi Aati" Udit Narayan, Sadhana Sargam
4 "Tan Bheeg Gaya" Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy

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