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Tada (2003)



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Credited cast:
Ishrat Ali
Sadashiv Amrapurkar
Monica Bedi
Pinky Chinoy Pinky Chinoy
Shama Deshpande Shama Deshpande
Deep Dhillon
Avtar Gill
Mohan Joshi
Sharad S. Kapoor
Mukesh Khanna
Dev Malhotra Dev Malhotra
Ram Mohan
Ankush Mohite


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29 August 2003 (India) See more »


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OK story about underworld and family ties.
24 April 2004 | by abbott32See all my reviews

I couldn't understand why a new film with Dharmendra in the lead did not have at least one review anywhere. His performance was top notch and he commanded the screen whenever he was present. Was also impressed with the acting of Sharad Kapoor and all the other actors did a pretty decent job. Songs and choreography is pretty decent and the story is interesting throughout.

Basically, Tada is a story about an honest man (Dharmendra) who turns to crime to avenge his father's death, ends up as the Don in Mumbai and has to fight both enemies and former allies and a corrupt police officer to save himself and his family. He has one brother who is a high ranking police officer and refuses to talk to him and a younger brother who is loyal to him.

Although I liked the film, it suffered in comparison to Satya and Vaastav. The love story between the youngest brother and his girlfriend seemed tacked on and did not flow well with the rest of the film. The background music was constant and frequently irritating when,in several spots, no music would have been more effective. Quite a few of the fight scenes, shoot-outs, and special effects were way over the top and reminded me of inferior Hong Kong productions. Tada also had the look and feel of a late 80s film than one that just came out in 2003. The female lead, Monika Bedi, was OK as window dressing but never really stood out or had a chance to. This was, after all, the guy's flic.

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