Veeru Dada (1990)

 ●  Hindi ● Running Time: TBA

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Widower Chandrakant lives poor lifestyle in India along with his daughter, Rekha, who runs a Yoga Class while he works as a Watchman with Jaidev and his family, which consists of his wife, son, and two brothers, Mahadev and Shahdev. One night Mahadev returns home to find Jaidev and his entire family killed, he informs the Police, who arrest Chandrakant, try him in Court where he is found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. Rekha then meets with wealthy Amit Anand and both fall in love. Amit's dad wants a dowry of 50 Lakhs Rupees, and Rekha is unable to come up with this sum. She comes to the aid of Veeru who is on the run from the Police, and a grateful Veeru makes her his sister, and agrees to arrange for the dowry. Shortly thereafter Rekha finds out that her dad has escaped from prison and is in the clutches of Mahadev and Shahdev, who plan to feed him to a man-eating Cheetah. Watch what happens when Rekha finds out that Veeru was the one who handed over her dad to the two vengeful brothers.
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Did you know? Shakti Kapoor dialogue (Mere Kanne Chakku Hai) became trend in those days,also the song Bicchu Ko Katu in which Shakti Kapoor uses the same words. Read More
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as Amit G. Anand
as Meena
as Veeru Dada
as Rekha
as Mahadev
as Ibrahim Ghadiali
Supporting Actor
as Chandrakant
as Jaidev
as Gul Anand
as Jagraj
as Mrs. Gul Anand
as Inspector Diwakar

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Stereo
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
Shakti Kapoor dialogue (Mere Kanne Chakku Hai) became trend in those days,also the song Bicchu Ko Katu in which Shakti Kapoor uses the same words.