Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||K.R. Reddy|
|Produced by||Syed Ayub |
|Written by||Iqbal Durrani (dialogues)|
Anand Bakshi (lyrics)
|Screenplay by||Ravi Kapoor|
|Story by||Rajendra Singh|
AA Films 
Sheshnaag (English: 1000 Headed Cobra; Hindi: शेषनाग) is a 1990 Bollywood fantasy film, produced by Syed Ayub, Deepak Adhiya and Nalini Shankar under the AA Films banner and directed by K.R. Reddy. It stars Jeetendra, Rishi Kapoor, Rekha, Madhavi, Mandakini in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal.
Aghoori (Danny Denzongpa) is on the hunt of a ichchhadhari Naag and Naagin (snake gods); and Pritam (Jeetendra) and Banu (Madhavi), who unlock a treasure trove every lunar eclipse that holds immense wealth and the key to immortality. The evil Aghoori is obsessed with power and is determined to become more powerful than the Gods. Meanwhile, in a small village, Champa (Rekha) is left to look after her innocent brother Bhola (Rishi Kapoor) and a vile husband (Anupam Kher) after her father dies. Bhola is protective of all animals and can charm any animal by playing his flute. He falls afoul of Aghoori's henchman when he saves the female snake, Banu, thus winning her gratitude. Champa's husband wagers her in a game of cards and soon she finds herself surrounded by men wanting to rape her. Champa jumps off a cliff to save her honor and seeing this, Banu transforms into a replica of Champa and comes back to look after a helpless Bhola. They move into a palatial mansion and Pritam joins the household as a servant so he can be close to his wife and help look after Bhola. Bhola soon falls in love with Kamini (Mandakini) and undergoes training to make a strong man of himself. But their lives come under the vicious attack of Aghoori, who will not stop until he rises to supremacy. Can the world be saved from the cruel clutches of Aghoori? How will Pritam, Champa, and Bhola stop the powerful Aghoori?
|1||"Hamein Aasma Ne Bheja"||Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal|
|2||"Chhed Milan Ke Geet Mitwa"||Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal|
|3||"O Mere Dushman"||Anuradha Paudwal|
|4||"Dosti Ke Geet Mein"||Mohammed Aziz|
|5||"Tera Haath Na Chhodungi"||Alka Yagnik|
|6||"Hamein Aasma Ne Bheja" - Sad||Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal|