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Elaan (1994)

  • Release Date1994
  • GenreAction
  • FormatColor
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time141 mins
  • Length3988.00 metres
  • Number of Reels15
  • Gauge35mm
  • Censor RatingA
  • Censor Certificate Number2513
  • Certificate Date11/01/1994
  • Shooting LocationKamalistan, Filmistan, Film City, RK Films & Studios

"ELAAN" is a declaration of war against the reign of terror unleashed by the ganglords. 

The story revolves around an upright and principled Police Officer, A.C.P. Ramakant Chaudhary whose eldest son Dr. Vikas is killed in a pre-planned accident. But the A.C.P. is unable to nab the culprits for want of valid evidence. Consequently, the A.C.P., his wife Revati and younger son Vishal are griefstricken over the loss of young Vikas.

While the atmosphere in the city is already vitiated by the atrocities of ganglords Baba Khan and Manna Shetty who enjoy the support of some unscrupulous police personnel, the A.C.P. avows to make the ruthless gangsters bite the dust, without taking the law in his own hands. 

On the other hand, Vishal, an angry young man, cannot stand this injustice since the police had failed to arrest his brother's killers, and he silently resents his A.C.P. father's inaction in dealing with the culprits. The ideologies of the father and son clash - which leads to a conflict between a dutiful father and a reckless son. The only one who understands the agony of Vishal is Mohini, the daughter of head constable Devki Nandan. 

The day comes when Vishal confronts Baba Khan and Manna Shetty which leads to tension and gory situation for the A.C.P., as the ganglords threaten to eliminate the A.C.P. as well as his wife Revati and son Vishal. 

 -Did Baba Khan and Manna Shetty succeed in their wily plans ? 
 -Did Vishal overpower the blood-thirsty ganglords ? 
 -Did A.C.P. Ramakant Chaudhary tackled the ganglords' on slaught ?

[from the official press booklet]



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