Muddat is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by K. Bapaiah, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Jayapradha, Padmini Kolhapure, Kader Khan, Ashok Saraf and Asrani. The film was a remake of Telugu film Chattamtho Poratam. It was a massive HIT at the box office worldwide.
Bharti, a law student, lives with her widower and blind dad. Ravi Shankar Singh is a singer and dancer; Bharti is a fan of him and never misses his music concerts. One day Bharti is shocked to see Ravi being arrested by the police. She finds out that Ravi has confessed to the killing of a man, Rana Singh, and will soon be hanged. Bharti attends Ravi's last concert, but Ravi abducts her and forcibly marries her. After the marriage, Ravi is arrested and appears in court. It is revealed that Ravi and Bharti had conspired together to overturn Ravi's death penalty to life imprisonment, but the court is still not convinced and upholds Ravi's death penalty. Ravi's innocence or guilt is revealed in the climax.