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Prakash Mehra (1939–2009)

Prakash Mehra was born on July 13, 1939 in Bijnor, United Provinces, British India. He was a director and producer, known for Sharaabi (1984), Zanjeer (1973) and Laawaris (1981). He died on May 17, 2009 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. See full bio »

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Sharaabi
Sharaabi Director
(1984)
Zanjeer
Zanjeer Director
(1973)
Laawaris
Laawaris Director
(1981)
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
(1978)

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 1989 Jaadugar
 1984 Sharaabi
 1982 Namak Halaal
 1981 Laawaris
 1980 Desh Drohee
 1980 Jwalamukhi
 1978 Aakhri Daku
 1976 Hera Pheri
 1976 Khalifa
 1973 Zanjeer
 1972 Aan Baan
 1972 Samadhi
 1971 Mela
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Was estranged from his parents from a young age . His father had become a sadhu, thus making his relationship more strained. Jaadugar was his view on his father and Osho Rajnessh. See more »

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