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Daanveer is a 1996 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by T L V Prasad, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy, Rambha, Gulshan Grover and Prem Chopra.
Karan Singh Grover and Bipasha Basu are now officially married.
This is writer/star Grover's first film, and wouldn't you know it he's not trained in cinema at all. Their appearance here together is nothing short of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse galloping all over this film. It's one of the worst scripts written since the Ed Wood era, and try as you might, there's no way you can make that shine.
One night Balu's mother walks to an empty bunglaw and faints there remembering her past in which her husband(Suman) and her son would be killed because they supported the people of Mahankali market in getting the rights on the land.
The scene returns to Balu lying on the bed as he meets with an accident while driving because of his illness.
He gets up and faces Khan and Khan is finally killed in the fight.
I'll try my best: Serial killer Jesse Mowatt (Pavan Grover, who also wrote the script) is fried in the electric chair, but it just won't take. Enter psychologist Diana Purlow (Dina Meyer), who has a kick-ass machine that can turn your memories into video.
Somehow she feels this will help matters, and though angry prison warden (Dennis Hopper, yeah baby! The subsequent gore is balanced by mealworms crawling out of ears and split-open brains plus a bizarre story about Purlow having an abortion secreted in her past. In recent years, the appearance of each of the other four members of the cast -- Hopper, Meyer, Lance Henriksen, and Jeff Fahey -- have all been separate warning signs that a bad movie is in the works. Wright should have known better -- he's worked on X Files and CSI -- but the raw material he has to work with is unforgiving.
When Khan arrives he realises that Balu is none other than Ghani, who worked under him few years back.