Sapoot: Action thriller staring Akshay Kumar & Suniel Shetty on MAX2
The 90s decade was probably one of our favourite decades when it comes to Bollywood. The decade gifted us movies that taught us the true meaning of love, made us laugh, and entertained us with thrilling action. Many of us wonder if we can get a chance to revisit the 90s era and relive the timeless moments all over again. the dream can now come true! Sony MAX2 brings to you the series of nostalgia movies every month starting this March. This week, fans can catch-up on 1996’s blockbuster film, Sapoot starring Akshay Kumar, Karishma Kapoor, Sonali Bendre and Suniel Shetty in prominent roles.
The film's captivating plot revolves around Singhania (Kader Khan), a powerful underworld don who has two sons. Suniel Shetty aka Raj who looks after his dad’s business. On the other hand, Akshay Kuma aka Prem is a policeman. However, after Singhania’s murder by a rival gangster, Dhaneshwar (Prem Chopra), his sons take it up as their mission to fight and seek justice for their dad.
The movie offers timeless entertainment with a thrilling and action-packed chase while also showcasing true love for the family. Here’s what we love about Sapoot:
Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty’s partnership. Do we need to say more?
The film delights us with the remarkable chemistry between two of the Bollywood’s biggest superstars - Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty. Devastated but united after the ruthless murder of their father, the duo collaborate in a thrilling fashion to offer an action-packed series of events as they seek revenge against a formidable force led by Prem Chopra and Mukesh Rishi.
Powerpacked entertainer- comedy, romance, drama, action and great dialogues
There are very few Bollywood films which leave a mark in our heart with their entertainment quotient. Sapoot is one such 90s typical masala film that offers a perfect dose of entertainment with brilliant dialogues and heartwarming scenes. With timely comic punches, brother love between Akshay and Suniel, Karishma and Sonali playing supportive wives, Sapoot proves to be a true powerpacked entertainer.
Music worth your playlist!
Who would not want to listen to Kumar Sanu, Asha Bhosle and Amit Kumar’s music for hours? The film has some soothing music that will make you deep dive into the emotions of its lyrics and romance. From ‘Tera yeh dekh ke chehra’, ‘Tukur Tukur’ to ‘Main ladki ka deewana’, the songs still strike a chord with us.
Enjoy a nostalgic trip to the 90s with Sony MAX2 telecast of Sapoot on 21st March at 4 PM.