Aghaat (1985) SHIVALIK ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES - Director: Govind Nihalani- Part 4


Madhav Verma (Om Puri) is a dedicated, honest, and diligent union representative. He represents the majority of the employees in an organization, which recognizes his union. However, there is a rival in the shape and form of Rustom Patel (Naseeruddin Shah) who is attempting to break the union so as to establish his majority, through his henchman Krishnan (Gopi), and will not hesitate to stoop to any level to get what he wants. Chhotelal (Pankaj Kapoor) loses his legs in an accident, and must be hospitalized. Krishnan takes advantage of the situation and puts pressure on Chhotelal and his brothers (Achyut Potdar and Harish Patel) to enroll in his union, and he will get him a higher compensation package than his regular union. Madhav must use his utmost diligence and consistently uphold his principles as they will be put to a test before all logic gives way to violence, anarchy, apathy, and corruption. Om Puri ... Madhav Verma Gopi ... Krishnan Raju Pankaj Kapur ... Chotelal Naseeruddin Shah ... Rustom Patel Deepa Sahi ... Chotelal's wife Amrish Puri ... Chakradev Sadashiv Amrapurkar ... VP Sarnaik Rohini Hattangadi ... Mrs. Ali, Social Worker (as Rohini Hattangady) Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Salim Ghouse Vijay Kashyap Loveleen Mishra ... Shobha Harish Patel ... Laxman, Chotelal brother Achyut Potdar ... Chotelal's elder brother KK Raina MK Raina

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