Patthar Ke Phool Trailer

Patthar Ke Phool Trailer (1991)

12 February 1991 151 mins

Kiran is the only child of a gangster father. She has been born and brought up in such a way, so that she is not aware of her dad's illegal activities. When Kiran meets with Police Inspector Suraj, both fall in love. When Kiran's dad come to know that her daughter is in love with a policeman, who has been assigned to investigate him, he vehemently opposes this alliance, and will go to any extent to prevent Kiran from getting married to Suraj.

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Cast

Salman Khan

as Suraj Verma

Raveena Tandon

as Kiran Khanna

Kiran Kumar

as Karim Khan

Manohar Singh

as Balraj Khanna

Crew

Salim Khan

Salim Khan Dialogue

International Releases Dates

India 12 February 1991

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