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Asmaan Se Ooncha ()


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Anita lives an abusive life-style with her alcoholic uncle in Kashmir, India who in lieu of money and alcohol attempts to sell her. Fortunately she manages to escape in time only to board a jeep with Nagraj and three of his colleagues who... See more »

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Krishen / King
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D.S.P. Inspector Ranjit Malik
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Anita Malik
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Vikram Malik (Vicky)
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Sonam (Pinky)
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Mumbai Police Commissioner
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Nagraj
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Prem Raj
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Prem Chand
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Mr. Ronny
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Delhi Police Commissioner
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Rashmi
Coca Cola
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KK
Pradeep Saxena ...
John (as Pradip Saxena)
Master Bunty Negi ...
Young Vicky
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Sarita Sethi ...
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Police Inspector (uncredited)
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Inspector Malik (uncredited)
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Parsi car-driver (uncredited)

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Mehul Kumar

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Pravin Bhatt ... ()

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Sujit Kumar ... producer
Mrs. Kiran Singh ... associate producer

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Rajesh Roshan

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Russi Billimoria

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Yusuf Sheikh

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R. Barman

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Kachins
Kukki Malhotra
Sabiha

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Kailash Prasad ... makeup artist

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Abhijeet ... playback singer
Anwar ... playback singer
Mohammed Aziz ... playback singer
Indivar ... lyricist
Parvati Khan ... playback singer
Kumar Sanu ... playback singer
Sadhana Sargam ... playback singer
Shabbir Kumar ... playback singer (uncredited)

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Kamal ... choreography
Anwar Khan ... dialogue
Harbans Singh ... audiography
Nusrat Syed ... screenplay
Oscar Unger ... choreography (as Oscar)
Vijay ... choreography

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Plot Summary

Anita lives an abusive life-style with her alcoholic uncle in Kashmir, India who in lieu of money and alcohol attempts to sell her. Fortunately she manages to escape in time only to board a jeep with Nagraj and three of his colleagues who attempt to sexually molest her; when the jeep reaches Srinagar, her call for help gets notice by an employee who works at a near-by gas station, Kishen who manages to rescue her by overpowering Nagraj and his men. Kishen then takes Anita to his house where both fall in love with each other and they get intimate which results in Anita getting pregnant. Before she can give birth; Nagraj closes in on Kishen by raping his sister, Reshmi and in retaliation Kishen attacks but Nagraj manages to abscond not before setting fire to the gas station where Kishen is employed. Bearing witness to this Anita attempts suicide only to be rescued by a police officer, Ranjit Malik - who she marry and who gives her the privilege to give birth to Kishen's child whose name is Vikrant alias Vicky. Years later Kishen is still alive and turns Bombay's most dread gangster, King whose only motive in life is the destruction of Nagraj and his unlawful businesses. Meanwhile Vicky saves the life of a young woman, Sonam from a stalker, Prem Raj and both is in love with each other; Vicky later on takes an enrollment into the police force. While on the other hand Ranjit have been promoted to DSP and his first task involves bringing King to justice. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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Trivia Sujit Kumar was angry with Govinda for delaying the film's last schedule. It extended into 10 days due to Govinda and then he wanted the script changed. He had not properly listened to the film's story. When he realized his mistake, he suggested changes. Govinda also demanded that he kill the main villain. Mehul Kumar was upset with Govinda's last minute demands. See more »
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