Shandaar Trailer

Shandaar Trailer (1990)

02 March 1990 135 mins

A 1990 Hindi film. Shanker comes from a poor family. He falls in love with a woman from a middle-class background named Rani. Shanker has another admirer in Anita Chaurasia, daughter of a multi-millionaire industrialist and politician, Rai Bahadur Arjun Chaurasia. Shanker comes to know the details of the wrong-doings of Arjun, and sets out to expose him. Arjun comes to know about Shanker's plans, and hires a notorious gangster named Dhaga, to dispose off Shanker. And Dhaga has never failed in any job. Written by rAjOo ([email protected])

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