Mujrim is an Indian Bollywood film directed by Umesh Mehra and released on June 28, 1989. Mithun Chakraborty, Madhuri Dixit, and Nutan star in the film. In supporting roles, Amrish Puri, Shakti Kapoor, and Gulshan Grover appear. The film tells the narrative of Shankar, who is seen as a criminal by society after spending ten years in prison since he was a youngster.
The movie was a hit, with great reviews for the cast’s performances, the soundtrack, and the writing, but negative ones for the plot’s length. It is regarded as an underappreciated masterpiece, and Shahrukh Khan’s production firm, Red Chilies Entertainment, bought the film’s rights. Anu Malik penned six songs for the film. The soundtrack Disc featured Alka Yagnik and Sadhana Sargam, two well-known singers who made one of their first forays into playback singing.
Shankar (Mithun Chakraborty) was imprisoned when he was thirteen years old for assassinating his uncle, who was attempting to sell his mother Yashoda (Nutan) to a wealthy and powerful man named Khan (Amrish Puri). He was sentenced to ten years in prison. When he returns home, he discovers his mother and sister in poor health. He tries to maintain proper behavior and make amends, but his efforts are futile because he is widely recognized as a criminal, and he joins a gang of criminals commanded by Malik, a generous man (Sharat Saxena).
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