has the dubious privilege to react to this iconic line: “yeh tumhaare baap ka ghar nahin, police station hai”. He also gets to dance, fight off a dozen men at the
same time, and save the hero’s life.
There’s a part in which this Teja and Mona Darling are seen watching an excerpt from that Zanjeer, in which Ajit and Bindu are shown cosying up, and you instantly get nostalgic. In this instance, old is certainly gold. And new is dross. There really is nothing in this film that catches your eye except for a few set pieces, and a new male face which could make some space for himself if he gets something better.
The rest is best described by a dialogue in the film which goes thus: "that was work, this is a hangover".