When his mentor Lala Lajpatrai is mercilessly beaten to death by the police Bhagat Singh is enraged and he sets about to avenge his death. He and his colleagues do succeed in killing one of... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
23rd March 1931: Shaheed
When his mentor Lala Lajpatrai is mercilessly beaten to death by the police Bhagat Singh is enraged and he sets about to avenge his death. He and his colleagues do succeed in killing one of...
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Emily F (de) wrote: It was okay! I've seen much better though
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James H (gb) wrote: Painfully boring, the acting is wooden and unappealing, a misguided mess. I do not know what happened to Peter Bogdonovich on this one, especially since he had three smash hits just prior - The Last Picture Show, What's Up Doc? and Paper Moon. A huge disappointment. Cybill Shepherd is way out of her acting league in this one. The sets are excellent though and the cinematography is good, the costumes are exceptional, so it's not a total mess.
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