'Mrityudaata' is based upon the sufferings and hardships of the common man in India. Mr. Ram Prasad Ghayal (Amitabh Bachchan), an honest Doctor, is leading a happy life with his wife Janaki (Dimple Kapadia) and his younger brother Bharat (Arbaz Khan). This story is also about power hungry people such as political leader Mr. T. T. (Paresh Rawal), Mafia (Mohan Lai) and Rana, an underworld Don. Bharat is in love with Renu (Karishma Kapoor). Raj, brother of Rana, is also in love with Renu. Rana with the support of Mr. T. T.'s political power tries to force Renuka to get married to his brother. When Rana fails to do so, he kill's Bharat, which also results in Janaki's death. After losing his beloved family members, Dr. Ram goes into depression and loses his job. When Dr. Ram realizes the death of his wife and brother was not an accident, but a planned murder by Mr. T. T., Mohanlal and Rana, he decides to take revenge. Politics takes an ugly turn and Mohanlal and Rana Tunga who were friends and partners become sworn enemies. Ram is implicated in a murder and jailed where he meets a man who changes his entire life, thus giving birth to Mrityudaata (Angel Of Death). Will political power and the underworld Mafia's support be able to save Mr. T. T., Mohanlal and Rana from Dr. Ram's revenge? How does a life-saver goes on to become an angel of death?
The film was excellent-really enjoyed the film different from the usual indian films and it does not seem to be a copy of a hollywood fil,.
The blurb to the film sounds a bit confusing but actually is nt it is a simple story. Boy meets girl, girl likes boy. Third party interested and will do anything to get the girl.
What makes it different is how the third party gets the girl and this leads to the daths of janki and harat and the love interests reaction to it all which was the main surprise considering the usual type of films.
Don't want to give the story away.
this is a film worth watching.
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