This installment's death trap is demonstrated to fine effect during Main Balwaan's opening credit sequence, during which a hapless trio of policemen are caught trying to infiltrate the hideout of bad guys Dhapat and Jacky Jackal.
First, the stairway gives out underneath our victims' feet, depositing them in the proper starting position.
At which point a giant spiked ball rolls down a ramp toward them, squishing all who are unfortunate enough not to be able to scurry out of the way.
Just to be thorough, the ball then ascends to the top of an opposite ramp, ready to make a return trip in the event that any stragglers are left behind.
For those who were able to evade the ball, there are two giant gears that descend from the ceiling to squish them. Everyone must be squished!
After which they are deposited onto a bed of spikes.
As if this torture wasn't in itself sufficiently brutal, what we next see is this:
To tidy things up, we then have a bunch of wall-mounted, flame-throwing sculpted panther heads to reduce the victim's body to ash.
Now, for those lucky enough to escape all of the foregoing, what awaits them is a devilish hall of mirrors.
Which the villain has stocked with mannequin versions of himself...
...all equipped with knives sticking out of the back to stab any overly affectionate soul who might try to hug them.
Of course, at Main Balwaan's conclusion, the combined power of Mithun and Dharmendra is enough to punch the death trap into submission...
...though not before it has taken many innocent lives, not to mention caused us at home to laugh more than we thought we ever could at the spectacle of bodies being ground to a pulp by giant busy box gears.
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