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Badal is a 2000 Bollywood movie directed by Raj Kanwar. The film stars Bobby Deol and Rani Mukerji in lead roles. The movie is inspired by 1997's The Devil's Own, starring Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford.


Badal (Bobby Deol) is a young man with a tragic childhood. As a child, he had witnessed his entire family, his loving father, mother, and baby sister, murdered in a village massacre by ruthless police officer Jaisingh Rana, who kills people for fun. Years later, Badal has become a dreaded terrorist whose main target in life is exacting revenge on Jaisingh Rana for his family's horrible death. In this endeavor, Badal travels to a small town, where he meets a good-natured police officer, Ranjeet Singh (Amrish Puri), who takes Badal under his wing, and Rani (Rani Mukerji), a bubbly free spirit who falls madly in love with him. Ranjeet Singh's family eventually takes Badal in as a son. Through both Singh's family and Rani, Badal is given a new lease of life and comes to understand the values of sentiments, love and relationships, all of which he has missed out on in his life.

However, after Ranjeet Singh finds out who Badal really is, and Badal comes face-to-face with Jaisingh Rana, who is now a big-name but still evil police inspector, he must figure out how to clear the misunderstanding between him and Ranjeet Singh, withhold Rani's love, and finally get the revenge he has thirsted for against Jaisingh Rana. [1]


  • Bobby Deol as Raja/Badal
  • Rani Mukerji as Rani
  • Mayuri Kango as Soni
  • Ashutosh Rana as DIG Jai Singh Rana
  • Amrish Puri as ACP Ranjeet Singh
  • Johny Lever as Guler Mehndi
  • Upasna Singh as Guler Mehndi's wife
  • Neena Kulkarni as Soni's mother
  • Dina Pathak
  • Alok Nath
  • Harish Patel
  • Mushtaq Khan
  • Vishwajeet Pradhan
  • Kulbhushan Kharbanda
  • Salim Ghouse
  • Dinesh Anand
  • Mandira Bedi
  • Akash Khurana
  • Sana Saeed as Preeti
  • Suman Ranganathan in a Special Appearance
  • Mink Singh in a Special Appearance


The Music for the film Badal was composed and produced by Anu Malik while the lyrics where penned by Sameer. The film has 5 original songs, a medley and 1 Instrumental song. The soundtrack for the film has received a rating of 5/10 from Mohammad Ali Ikram of Planet Bollywood, with the author saying, "the tunes of Badal might not be that bad but one expects far better from the man who gave us timeless tunes in Border, Kareeb, Baazigar and Main Khiladi Tu Anari." [2]

  1. IMDb: Badal
  2. http://planetbollywood.com/Music/badal.html/ Planet Bollywood: Reviewed by: Mohammad Ali Ikram