Aakhree Raasta (1986)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 44 mins

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David is an old prisoner, released after twenty-four years in a penitentiary for a crime he hasn't committed. The three men who framed him and sent him away, are now prominent citizens of his town. David walks out of the prison straight into a confessional booth at his church. He tells the priest that he is about to kill three prominent men, for which he seeks God's pardon in advance. He must find his old friend, bootlegger and the custodian of David's only son. David had believed in his friend to bring up his son as the worst criminal and seek revenge from the men who put him away. On meeting him, David finds that his son, Vijay is a duty-bound police officer instead. Devastated, David continues on his own. While he is about to kill the three men, his son has vowed to protect the citizens under any circumstances. David and Vijay are on collision course, while the criminals bask under Vijay's ever protective armour. Will the truth ever be revealed? How will justice be served?
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Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Jayapradha, Sridevi Kapoor

Crew: K Bhagyaraj (Director), Gopal Reddy S (Director of Photography), Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar (Music Director), Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Action

Release Dates: 06 Jun 1986 (India)

Hindi Name: आख़री रास्ता

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Did you know? This movie was a phenomenal success, and Amitabh Bachchan's performance was hailed as one of his finest ever. Read More
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as David Dcosta
as Mary D Dcosta
as Vinita Bhatnagar
as Mahesh Sandaliya
as Dr. Varma
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as Inspector Ishwarlal
as D.I.G. S.K. Bhatnagar
as Neetaji
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as Inspector Amarnath




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This movie was a phenomenal success, and Amitabh Bachchan's performance was hailed as one of his finest ever.

This movie has been remade from the Tamil blockbuster, Oru Kaithiyin Diary (1984), which was also directed by K. Bhagyaraj.

As the original screenplay was translated into Hindi and the director didn't know Hindi. Every morning, Amitabh Bachchan would go through the script and ask the director to deliver the dialogs in Tamil so that he would understand whether the emotion had been conveyed properly in Hindi. The director used to emote all the scenes for the benefit of the others.
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Remake of: Oru Kaidiyin Dairy (Tamil)