Aabra Ka Daabra
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|Aabra Ka Daabra|
|Directed by||Dheeraj Kumar|
|Produced by||Zuby Kochhar|
|Written by||Raghuveer Shekhawat (dialogues)|
|Story by||J. K. Nirmal,
|Music by||Himesh Reshammiya|
|Edited by||Ballu Saluja|
Creative Eye Studios
Namah Shivay Enterprises
|31 December 2004|
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.
- Naveen Bawa as Mind over matter instructor
- Prabhu Deva as Dancer / Singer
- Satish Kaushik as Dilbaug Singh / Jadugar Pyaara Singh
- Anupam Kher as Limbu
- Krrishna as Rahul Singh
- Athit Naik as Shanu R. Singh
- Johnny Lever as Maneklal
- Hansika Motwani as Pinky
- Archana Puran Singh as Suzanne
- Nupur Mehta as Jadugarni Bijli / Headmistress Rang Birangi 'RB'
- Shweta Tiwari as Shivani R. Singh
- Nabhen Mane as Main Character
|Aabra Ka Daabra|
|Soundtrack album by Himesh Reshammiya|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
Himesh Reshammiya was the music director.
The album has 8 tracks.
|"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|
|"Zindagi Zindagi"||Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik|
- Wright, Neelam Sidhar (2015). Bollywood and Postmodernism. Edinburgh University Press. p. 215.
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