HAWALDAR BAHADUR PDF

We have previously spoken about Ram Rahim, two stalwart characters of Manoj Comics who dealt with the ordinary and the supernatural in their quest for justice, when it came to popularity Manoj Comics came just after Raj Comics, and within Manoj Comics if they had a flagship character after Ram-Rahim, it was the irreverent member of the Constabulary — Hawaldar Bahadur. Hawaldar Bahadur, who starred in his eponymous series, was a Constable in the Police Force of the fictitious but very closely resembling our own country Roopnagar. And this Police Force could give the Keystone cops a run for their money, being inept, cowardly, and at a few times corrupt. Despite their inefficiencies there was one thing that they did not lack in — the pride of being Police Officers and the perks that they got with it. Although when actual trouble came they passed on the buck, and Hawaldar Bahadur being at the lowest rung always got handed out the tough jobs.

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We have previously spoken about Ram Rahim, two stalwart characters of Manoj Comics who dealt with the ordinary and the supernatural in their quest for justice, when it came to popularity Manoj Comics came just after Raj Comics, and within Manoj Comics if they had a flagship character after Ram-Rahim, it was the irreverent member of the Constabulary — Hawaldar Bahadur. Hawaldar Bahadur, who starred in his eponymous series, was a Constable in the Police Force of the fictitious but very closely resembling our own country Roopnagar.

And this Police Force could give the Keystone cops a run for their money, being inept, cowardly, and at a few times corrupt. Despite their inefficiencies there was one thing that they did not lack in — the pride of being Police Officers and the perks that they got with it.

Although when actual trouble came they passed on the buck, and Hawaldar Bahadur being at the lowest rung always got handed out the tough jobs. Although make no mistake, Hawaldar Bahadur despite being the hero of the series was up there with the worst of them, almost as cowardly as his juniors he reluctantly saw himself pushed into missions that would involve certain death.

And despite having nothing more than a sense of self-preservation and presence of mind, coupled with no superpowers he ended up battling and winning in fights with mad scientists, dictators of Banana Republics, Thieves, and Robbers, and at times Supernatural beings and aliens. But Hawaldar Bahadur was not your regular Hero-Villain comic. There was no straight-faced story about a set villain the beginning who is defeated by the time the third act comes, in fact, it is very had to keep a straight face while reading a Hawaldar Bahadur story.

Because if you have been reading the panels posted above you would notice a particular turn of the phrase used by the characters which are downright hilarious. It was easy to see that the writer of Hawaldar Bahadur Ansar Akhtar and the artist Bedi ji — who was also the artist for Bankelal, before his untimely death a few years ago were having fun when they were writing the comics.

The panels are perfectly cartoonish, a character who is kicked on his backside behaves exactly like a football, the fight scenes are comical, and the dialogue borders on double entendre. When cases were just about to get closed the Police Force embarked on a game of one-upmanship to take credit, with the Commissioner often leading from the front. The villains too used to be completely non-serious, despite the kinds of threat that they used to throw, they were often insulted or abused by their own henchmen, or their modus operandi was laugh worthy.

Till the time Manoj Comics flourished, Hawaldar Bahadur flourished, at times offering topical commentary on politics and terrorism. Unfortunately, in the mids Manoj comics floundered with their major characters out of favor from the public mind.

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Introducing : Hawaldar Bahadur! Or The Theater of Absurd

Hawaldar Bahadur was the name of a character in Manoj Comics , a popular comics company of India. He was the main humorous character of Manoj Comics. Description Hawaldar Bahadur was a comedian character and a police constable. He was a thin man who had a long mustache and a stick in his hand. He had a fat and commanding wife, Champakali and a foolish, but muscular, brother-in-law named "Tund".

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