Insaaf (1987 film)

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Insaaf
Insaafhindifilm.png
Promotional Poster
Directed by Mukul Anand
Written by
  • Madan Joshi
  • K.K. Shukla
Starring
Release date
19 June 1987
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Insaaf (transl.Justice) is a 1987 Bollywood action film directed by Mukul Anand, starring Vinod Khanna, Dimple Kapadia and Suresh Oberoi. [1] The film was remade in Tamil as Chinnappadass with Sathyaraj.

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Cast

Soundtrack

Track#TitleSinger(s)
1"Mai Hu Tu Hai" Alisha Chinai
2"Nand Ka Lala Nand Gopal" Anuradha Paudwal
3"Sulgati Hai Aankhe, Tarasati Hai Baahe" Anuradha Paudwal, Mohammed Aziz
4"Humsafar Milti Hai Manzil Thokare Khane Ke Baad" Anuradha Paudwal

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