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I am trying to remember an Indian movie I saw when I was kid.

It is about a man (the hero), who has long hair and a muscled body. He has a lot of dogs or wolves, about 5/6 of them. (they look like wolves, but I can't be sure).

In the last scenes of the movie the hero runs beside a train which the bad guy is on, and he goes faster than the train. The train blows up and the hero gets out of the fire.

I think that the actor that plays the hero is a famous Bollywood star.

Does anyone know the name of the movie?

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When did you watched it? –  Ankit Sharma Aug 26 '13 at 20:48
    
from 6 or 7 years –  pipo Aug 26 '13 at 23:40
    
Could it been one of takes on Jungle Book and Mowgli character? –  Vladimir Oselsky Feb 14 at 14:07
    
@VladimirOselsky I was thinking the same thing –  moonstar2001 Mar 17 at 8:52

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Could be this one The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo (1997) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120087/

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Jungle book is an American film and even animated. Not matching with required details. –  Ankit Sharma Apr 10 at 7:38
    
@AnkitSharma, if you actually took the time to look it up on the imdb link I posted, you would realize this specific film is NOT animated. –  Jarnal Apr 10 at 7:50
    
Oops......didn't noticed that. It doesn't have famous bollywood star as main lead but Gulshan Grover is surely a famous bollywood actor which might made OP confusing it with bollywood film. +1. It's better to add a bit more detail to the answer. –  Ankit Sharma Apr 10 at 8:21
    
@Jarnal - Rather than get all snarky over a misperception, maybe you could add some of that detail to your answer which would make it much better than just providing a title and a link. Maybe explain why it fits the question to start? –  JohnP Apr 10 at 20:58

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