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Directed by K.K. Singh
Produced by K.K. Singh
Written by K.K. Singh
Starring Salman Khan
Divya Dutta
Atul Agnihotri
Pooja Dadwal
Akhilendra Mishra
Music by Aadesh Shrivastava
Indeevar (lyrics)
Release date
29 September 1995
Running time
166 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 3 crore[citation needed]
Box office 31 crore[citation needed]

Veergati (Martyrdom) is a 1995 Hindi-language Indian feature film written directed and produced by K.K Singh, starring Salman Khan, Atul Agnihotri, Divya Dutta and Akhilendra Mishra


Hawaldar finds an abandoned new born baby boy in the gutter of Kamathipura, a red light area of Bombay. A prostitute, meanwhile gave birth to another baby boy. She decides to educate him and requests Hawaldar to give him a father's name. Hawaldar's wife does not accept the child and leaves for her parents home. Hawaldar adopts the child and names him Ajay while the prostitute's son is named Shlok. Both are admitted to School and become friends. Shlok does well in studies whereas Ajay takes up gambling. Shlok falls in love with Pooja, daughter of J.K - a millionaire. Ajay does not believe in love and is a cynic. Havaldar tries his best to get Ajay a job but Ajay finds that it is difficult for him to work in a corrupt society. Ekka Seth is a terror in the prostitutes basti and he exploits the innocent girl and forces them into prostitution. Shlok graduates and completes his M.B.A. Ajay wins a crore rupees in gambling and encourages Shlok to pursue his project. Ekka and his men abduct and kill Hawaldar's daughter.Ajay decides to avenge this and proceeds to kill Ekka's men and frees the sex workers from his clutches. He then takes on Ekka and manages to kill him, but is grieviusly wounded in the fight. The final scene shows Ajay dying to protect his brother and attaining martyrdom.



# Title Singer(s) Length
1 Mausam Ne Badal Se Kumar Sanu, Bela Sulakhe 04:36
2 Meri Nigah Main Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam 07:18
3 Tum Dil Main Bas Gaye Ho Mangal Singh, Sadhana Sargam 05:27
4 Tu Meethi Hai Tu Namkeen Hai Aadesh Shrivastava, Vijeta Pandit 06:02
5 Khud Se Har Koi Rootha Hai Kumar Sanu, Poornima 05:55
6 Jahan Kabhi Dil Ne Khai Thokar Suresh Wadkar, chorus 05:55

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