Hindi    Sep 07, 1984 (India)

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Andar Baahar is a 1984 Indian Bollywood drama,thriller film released on Sep 07, 1984. The film is directed by Raj N. Sippy, produced by Romu N. Sippy.
The story starts with Ravi Khanna who is a police officer. Ravi Khanna (played by Jackie Shroff), is a best friend of Ajay Shahani, who is a sincere police officer and is wed to Beena. But, in one of the cases, Ajay is killed while finding the goon named as Shera. Things turn wrong for Ravi too and he is depressed with the sudden demise of his best friend. So, one day he decides to kill Shera with the help of Raja. Raja used to work for Shera earlier and he is now imprisoned to the jail. Ravi starts liking Reema, who is Beena’s sister and he plans revenge against Shera. Slowly, Ravi gets in good relationship with Raja and he plans a story to kill Shera. The end is shown with Ravi and Raja killing Shera and his army and they also find Shera’s leading love named as Monica who was earlier a bar dancer. Check out this page for more updates on Andar Baahar.

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