Aadamkhor

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Aadamkhor
आदमखोर
Directed byJoginder
StarringC S Aasie, Sunil Dhawan, Ranjeet
Release date
1986
Country India
Language Hindi

Aadamkhor is a 1986 Bollywood Hindi language horror movie directed by Joginder Shelly. [1] The film stars Joginder Shelly, Neelam Mehra, Sona Mastan Mirza, Nazneen, Jagdarshan, Randhawa and Reetu Khanna. [2]

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Plot

The leading protagonists are the daughters of four army officers who practise different faiths: Hindu, Muslim, Christian and Sikh. They are trained in martial arts with the intent to promote secularism within the country.

Cast

Soundtrack

  1. "Badla Har Ek Taur Hai" – Mahendra Kapoor
  2. "De Khna Tab Mazaa Aayega" – Deepa Dey
  3. "Paida Kiya Hai Bharat Ma Ne" – Mahendra Kapoor
  4. "Tere Samne Hai Ladki Jawan" – Deepa Dey, Dilraj Kaur, Meenu Purushottam
  5. "Tune Jo Chua Hoton Se" – Deepa Dey

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References

  1. "Salman Khan's Aadamkhor". The Asian Age. 4 April 2019. Retrieved 1 February 2020.
  2. "Aadamkhor - Box Office, Cast, Budget & Similar Movies". BOTY. Retrieved 1 February 2020.