Kachchi Sadak – Movie Reviewby IndiaLinkers on September 16, 2006
*ing: Rahul Singh, Parmita Katkar, Amrish Puri
Director: Sanjay D Singh
Storyline: The story follows a boy named Randhir (Rahul Singh), whose widowed mother re-marries to give him a father. The marriage fails due to the stepfather’s sadistic nature, the boy distances himself from home, growing into a man on the streets. Gradually, he becomes a strong arm in the politically manipulated liquor trade, earning quick money and quicker enemies. His only relief are his confidantes and his girlfriend Julie (Parmita Katkar). With them by his side, he finally succeeds. Just then, his help is sought by an honest social-worker-turned-politician to counter the opposition’s brute force in the coming elections. He is contesting opposite a liquor baron. He accepts the job as his last use of violence, assuming it to be a good deed for a cause, but destiny has other plans.
A severe tragedy brings him into Jodhpur Central Jail where he must face all his rivals, plus a cynical cop who believes that prisoners are un-recyclable garbage.
- It is Amrish Puri’s last film.
- It’s a part fiction part real story, penned by none other than Rahul Singh himself.
- The film is shot in the same Jodhpur jail where Salman Khan was kept during the Black Buck case.