Khoon Bhari Maang (1988)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 33 mins

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Nandini and Sanjay Verma are lovers, and they conspire to take over the vaste estate of Mr. Saxena and his only widowed daughter, Aarti, and her two children, with the help of Sanjay's maternal uncle Heeralal, a longtime employee of Saxena. After Saxena passes away suddenly, Sanjay woes Aarti and marries her. On a boating trip both Nandini and Sanjay do away with Aarti, making it look like an accident, and subsequently take over the entire Saxena estate. But Aarti survives, disfigured beyond recognition by a crocodile attack, With the help of plastic surgery transforms herself to a successful model, Jyoti. She then plans to carry out her vengeance against Sanjay, but finds that he has been physically abusing her children, pets, and servants. She must now decide to reveal her identity, or continue with her plan and be a spectator to the abuse on her loved ones.

Cast: Kabir Bedi, Rekha Ganesan

Crew: Rakesh Roshan (Director), Pushpal Dutta (Director of Photography), Rajesh Roshan (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 12 Aug 1988 (India)

Hindi Name: खून भरी मांग

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Did you know? Kabir Bedi's character in the film shares the same name as the film's editor Sanjay Verma. Read More
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as Sanjay Verma
as Aarti Saxena / Jyoti
as Ramu Kaka
as Arti's Advocate
as Vikram Saxena
as Mr. Saxena
as Nandini
as J.D.'s mom
as Manager of the factory




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Remade as: Nari Bi Pindhipare Rakta Sindura (Oriya)
Remade as: Bharla Malvat Raktana (Marathi)
Referenced in: Chennai Express (Hindi)
The film is a remake of the Australian mini-series Return to Eden (1983).

The film marks Sanjay Verma's debut as editor.

Kabir Bedi's character in the film shares the same name as the film's editor Sanjay Verma.

Rekha's performance in the film won her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress, Sonu Walia won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award and Sanjay Verma won the Filmfare Best Editing Award.