Musafir is an Arabic, Persian, Hindi and Urdu word for a traveler. It is also the title of a Hindi rock band as well as six movies: ...
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[1957 film] Musafir is a 1957 Hindi movie. Written by Ritwik Ghatak and Hrishikesh Mukherjee the film is about a house and the lives of three families who live in it, so in essence it is three stories linked by the house. The movie is Hrishikesh`s directorial debut. The film stars Dilip Kuma...
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[2004 film] Musafir (मुसाफ़िर Musāfir, translation: Traveller) is a 2004 Hindi thriller film, directed and produced by Sanjay Gupta starring Sanjay Dutt, Anil Kapoor and Sameera Reddy. The film was controversial because of some sensual scenes, including kissing, between Kapo...
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[2012 film] Rahman who made a comeback to Malayalam film industry with the film Black starring Mammootty; is doing a single hero role in Malayalam after long years. The film is a high budget action extravaganza completely shot in foreign locales, filmed in James Bond style. ...
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[band] Musafir (Hindi: मुसाफ़िर, مسافر) is an Indian rock band from Delhi. The name of the band, Musafir, means "traveler" in Hindi. Its members include Ashutosh Jain, Rakesh Mandal and Kundan Messey. Being named one of the top five Hindi bands of India, Musafir is becom...
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[2008 film] ==Summary== == Licensing: == ...
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