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Aabra Ka Daabra is a 2004 Bollywood film. It was the first 3D Plus film in Indian cinema. It is based on the film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.[1]

Aabra Ka Daabra
Aabra Ka Daabra.jpg
Directed byDheeraj Kumar
Produced byZuby Kochhar
Written byRaghuveer Shekhawat (dialogues)
Story byJ. K. Nirmal,
Iqbal Katchi
StarringNaveen Bawa
Prabhu Deva
Satish Kaushik
Hansika Motwani
Music byHimesh Reshammiya
CinematographyAjay Tandon
Edited byBallu Saluja
Production
company
Creative Eye Studios
Namah Shivay Enterprises
Release date
31 December 2004
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

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PlotEdit

Shanu Singh lives a middle-class lifestyle with his dad, Rahul, and mom, Shivani. Rahul is a magician and performs Houdini-like tricks. Once while being locked in an iron cask and thrown into the sea, he does not surface and everyone believes he is dead, leaving Shanu to become a waiter in Dilbaug's Dhaba, while Shivani becomes a governess to Pinky, who is the daughter of Sindhi businessman, Maneklal. Shanu and Pinky win Parle-G and Camlin Pencils contest and are enrolled in Aabra Ka Daabra — the school of magic, that was founded by Sage Adityanand, which is now run by a magician Rang Birangi, who has enormous magical powers.

CastEdit


SoundtrackEdit

Aabra Ka Daabra
Soundtrack album by
morigaon
Recorded2004
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerHimesh Reshammiya

Himesh Reshammiya was the music director. The album has 8 tracks.

Song Title Singers
"Shiv Om" Shaan, Dheeraj Kumar Kochhar, Prabhudeva
"Chutkan Gang" Udit Narayan, Children
"Love Hoya" KK, Hema Sardesai
"Aabra Ka Daabra" Instrumental
"Tara Ram Pam" Kunal Ganjawala, Children
"Aabra Ka Daabra" (Theme Music) Instrumental
"Didave" Anuradha Sriram
"Zindagi Zindagi" Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wright, Neelam Sidhar (2015). Bollywood and Postmodernism. Edinburgh University Press. p. 215.

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