Jigar (1992)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 52 mins

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Simpleton Raj Verma alias Raju return home one day to find that his sister is publicly raped by gangster Beharry and one of his wrestlers also Raj's childhood friend Duryodhan. When Raj intervene he is beaten, publicly humiliated and left for dead, and then he is taken to the hospital and survive by a miracle. After recovery Raj swears to take revenge on Duryodhan and Beharry and is trained to become an expert wrestler by a man named Baba Thakur. But the question remains will Raj be able to cope with these trainings and if he does will he be able to take on Duryodhan who is already an expert in this field?
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Cast: Ajay Devgan, Karisma Kapoor

Crew: Farogh Siddique (Director), Akram Khan (Director of Photography), Anand Shrivastav (Music Director), Milind Shrivastav (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action

Release Dates: 23 Oct 1992 (India)

Hindi Name: जिगर

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Did you know? It was inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster "Bloodsport". Read More
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as 'Raju' Raj Verma
as Suman
as Raju's Mother
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Inspector Khatre
Supporting Actress
as Lal Behari
as Suleiman
as Inspector Khan
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor

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Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography

Sound

Sound Re-recording Mixer
Audio Assistant

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Makeup Artist

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Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Coordinator Assistant
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: Shemaroo Entertainment
01 
08:58
03 
05:50
04 
05:39
06 
07:41
Lyricist: Sameer Anjaan
Playback Singer: Udit Narayan
Trivia:
It was inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster "Bloodsport".

It was Ajay Devgan's second success after "Phool Aur Kaante" (1991).