Suraj and Anupriya are about to get married, but tragedy strikes when Ánu is killed. What was the motive behind this killing?

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Rajesh
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Inspector Singh
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Kiran
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Suraj
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Anupriya / Anita
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Kuldip Kaushal
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Diwanji
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Preet K. Kaushal
Amrit Pal
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Ranvir Pushp
Ranbir Pushp
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Suraj belongs to a princely family and lives in a castle with his paternal grandma, Raajmata, who wants him to get married to Preet Kaushal. But Suraj does not like Preet, runs away from home, gets into a dance competition, wins it, also wins the heart of Anupriya, and wants to marry her. He convinces Raajmata to change her mind, and she finally relents. Before the marriage could take place, Anupriya's brother, Jeetu, is kidnapped and held for ransom for 50 Lakh Rupees, since she does not have the money, she asks Suraj for help, and the money is provided to her. Subsequently, they find the money missing and the lifeless body of Anupriya. Suraj must now find out who killed his sweetheart, and the only one to guide him appears to be an apparition - a ghost-like figure that resembles Anupriya - and the only clue is that she was shot dead by four different people. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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21 July 1989 (India)  »

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The heroine of the film was amala then poonam & mandakini were the heroines of this film. This film had music by nadeem-shravan (before aashique) and lata mangeshkar sang for them and she sang again for them in bewafai in 2005. See more »

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Complicated Plot + Dance Dance + Mera Saaya + Gumnaan = Hisaab Khoon Ka
24 January 2017 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Hisaab Khoon Ka Directed Surendra Mohan is An Action Suspense Thriller. Script is Very Complicated, Trying Everything in One Movie. We Have Romance, Horror, Suspense, Dance , Action & Too Many Characters. Screenplay is Below The Mark. Action & Dialogues Are Fine. Horror / Suspense is Taken From Other Movies. Direction is Very Average.

Prince Suraj(Mithun Chakraborty) is Not Happy of Being Wealthy So He Stays Away From Home & Becomes A Music Performer. He Meets Anupriya(Poonam Dhillon) And They Fall in Love. He is About To Marry Anu But Her Brother Gets Kidnapped, In Order To Bring Her Brother Back She Gets Killed By Four Unknown People. She Comes Back For Revenge.

Acting Wise, Mithun is As Usual Nothing To Shout About. Poonam Dhillon is Good, But Only in Parts. Mandakini Has Only Few Scenes. Raj Babbar Again Has Only Few Scenes, Which He Did Well. Satish Shah, Amrish Puri, Tiku Talsania, Gulshan Grover, Saeed Jaffery, Bindu & Sushma Seth Are Good in Their Limited Screen Space.

Music By Nadeem Shravan is Very Average . "Door Nahi Jaa Sakti Tujhse" By Lata Mangeshkar is Played Throughout The Movie, Sounds Good.

Overall A Complete Let Down. Strictly For Mithun Fans.


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