Yaar Ghaddar: A 1994 Bollywood Thriller Starring Mithun Chakraborty and Saif Ali Khan
Yaar Ghaddar is a 1994 Hindi-language movie directed by Umesh Mehra and produced by Parvesh C. Mehra. The film stars Mithun Chakraborty as Inspector Shanker Verma, an honest and dedicated police officer who is in love with Shashi (Somy Ali), a journalist. His younger brother Jai (Saif Ali Khan) is a precocious and rebellious college student who gets involved in a bank robbery and a murder, without being able to explain his motives. Shanker has to choose between his duty and his family, while Jai has to face the consequences of his actions.
The film also features Puneet Issar, Amrit Pal, Shobha Khote, Anjana Mumtaz, Johnny Lever and Himani Shivpuri in supporting roles. The music of the film was composed by Anu Malik, with lyrics by Qateel Shifai and Dev Kohli. The film has six songs, including "Mera Yaar Aa Gaya", "Mere Dil Mein", "Mere Samne Hai", "Rap Song", and "Tum Hi Tum". The film was released on November 4, 1994 and was a moderate success at the box office.
Yaar Ghaddar is available in HD on YouTube[^1^] and can be streamed online on DIRECTV[^3^]. The film can also be downloaded from Archive.org[^2^] in various formats and resolutions. Yaar Ghaddar is a classic Bollywood thriller that showcases the acting skills of Mithun Chakraborty and Saif Ali Khan, as well as the catchy songs of Anu Malik.
The film begins with Shanker and Shashi meeting at a railway station, where they express their love for each other. Shanker then goes to his duty, where he is assigned to catch a gang of robbers led by Rajeshwar (Puneet Issar), who have been looting banks and killing people. Shanker manages to arrest one of the gang members, but Rajeshwar escapes. Meanwhile, Jai is bored with his college life and wants to do something adventurous. He meets Mona (Sweta), a dancer who works for Rajeshwar, and falls in love with her. Mona convinces Jai to join Rajeshwar's gang and participate in a bank robbery.
Jai agrees and goes to the bank with Rajeshwar and his men. However, things go wrong when Jai shoots a security guard and a customer, who turns out to be Shashi's father. Shanker arrives at the scene and recognizes Jai as one of the robbers. He chases him but Jai escapes with Mona. Shanker is shocked and heartbroken to learn that his brother is a criminal and that his lover's father is dead. He vows to bring Jai back, dead or alive. He also breaks up with Shashi, who blames him for her father's death.
Jai realizes his mistake and tries to leave Rajeshwar's gang, but Rajeshwar threatens to kill him and Mona if he does. He also reveals that he was the one who killed Shanker and Jai's father, who was also a police officer. Jai decides to take revenge on Rajeshwar and expose his crimes. He contacts Shanker and tells him about Rajeshwar's plan to rob another bank. Shanker agrees to help Jai and sets a trap for Rajeshwar. However, Rajeshwar learns about Jai's betrayal and kidnaps Mona. He also shoots Jai and leaves him for dead.
Shanker rescues Jai and takes him to a hospital. He then goes after Rajeshwar and confronts him at his hideout. A fierce fight ensues between them, in which Shanker kills Rajeshwar and saves Mona. He then reunites with Jai, who apologizes for his actions and asks for his forgiveness. Shanker forgives him and hugs him. He also reconciles with Shashi, who realizes that he was not responsible for her father's death. The film ends with Shanker, Jai, Shashi and Mona celebrating their happiness. aa16f39245