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Sabak (1973)

  • GenreDrama
  • FormatB-W
  • LanguageHindi
  • Length3730.14 meters
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate NumberU-73599-MUM
  • Certificate Date10/10/1973

The circumstances under which the dead body of Rai Saheb Ajit's Manager Ram Charan, was found, were more mysterious than the circumstances under which the murder had taken place.

Rajan, the younger brother of Ram Charan who was being trained as a sub-Inspector at the Police training camp and was dreaming of becoming an honest and fearless Police inspector, received the news of his brother's murder with a shock.

He implored the Police Commissioner to allow him to handle the case of the murder. This was opposed by other inspectors but ultimately, the Commissioner at his own risk granted the permission.

The murderers of Ram Charan, learning of the dangerous mission of Rajan, tried to finish him, once for all. The situation became worse for them when Poonam, the only daughter of Ajit, fell in love with his enemy.

During his search for the murderer, Rajan caught hold of the gangster who had actually committed the murder of Ram Charan, but before Rajan could elicit the truth from him, the gangster was also murdered by his colleague while in the Police custody, putting the entire blame on Rajan who was interrogating the gangster a few minutes earlier.

Rajan was charged with murder of the gangster and had to run away from the Court of Law, to prove his innocence.

During his exile, Rajan met another fiery-man SHERSINGH who was also a victim of Ajit's tyranny and was planning a deadly revenge on him.

Their union created the biggest stir in the camps of the enemy, leaving no other choice for them but to surrender before Law, and admit their guilt.

This was the happiest day in the life of Rajan and Poonam.

(From the official press booklet)



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