Ek Hi Raasta (1993 film)

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Ek Hi Raasta
एक ही रास्ता
Ek Hi Raasta.jpg
Release poster
Directed by Deepak Bahry
Produced by Chander Sadanah
Written by Lalit Mahajan
Sumeet Malhotra
Starring Ajay Devgan
Raveena Tandon
Raza Murad
Saeed Jaffrey
Music by Mahesh Kishor
Cinematography Damodar Naidu
Edited by Nazir Hakim
Distributed by Tips Muvbsic Films
Release date
22 October 1993
Country India
Language Hindi

Ek Hi Raasta (Hindi: एक ही रास्ता, Only One Way) is a 1993 Bollywood action film about a terrorist with aspirations to rule India. Directed by Deepak Bahry, the film is a remake of the Ek Hi Raasta (1977) which starred Rekha. Films under the title were also released first in 1939 and then in 1956. The film stars Ajay Devgan, Raveena Tandon, Raza Murad and Saeed Jaffrey.

Synopsis[edit]

Kubla (Raza Murad) is a terrorist and would like to rule over India. To do this, he needs vital information about the Indian armed forces, and he recruits an Indian army officer, Vikram (Mohnish Bahl). To get this information, Vikram kills another soldier and ensures that Karan Singh (Ajay Devgan), yet another army man, gets the blame. This goes according to plan, and Karan Singh is on the run. Then Kubla and Vikram abduct Col. Choudry (Saeed Jaffrey) and his daughter, Priya (Raveena Tandon). They give Bhagat (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) Singh two-and-a-half hours to locate the information or else the Colonel will be killed, and Priya (Raveena Tandon) raped. (Retrieved from IMDB)

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

# Title Singer(s) Lyric
1 "Meri Seeti Bas Gayee" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam Gulshan Bawra
2 "Kaliyon Ke Khilne Ka" Udit Narayan, Bela Sulakhe Rani Malik
3 "Aankh Mere Yaar Ki Dukhe" Pankaj Udhas Naqsh Layalpuri
4 "Tere Mere Pyar Ka" Kumar Sanu, Bela Sulakhe Kulwant Jani
5 "Yaar Ko Milne Jaana Hai" Vinod Rathod Dev Kohli
6 "Aankh Mere Yaar Ki Dukhe" Pankaj Udhas, Kavita Krishnamurthy Naqsh Layalpuri
7 "Pyar Ghazab Ki Cheez Hai" Vipin Sachdeva Dev Kohli

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