Dongri Ka Raja

Released On - 11 Nov 2016     2hr 19min

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Dongri Ka Raja
Indian Film History
Dongri Ka Raja
Indian Film History
Dongri Ka Raja
Indian Film History


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1 Naina Altamash Faridi 3 Lyrics 2 : 40
2 Choli Block Buster Mamta Sharma, Meet Bros 3 Lyrics 2 : 50
3 Madad Al Madad Bela Shende, Javed Ali 3 Lyrics 2 : 50
4 Piya Tu Piya Arijit Singh, Chinmayi Sripada 3 Lyrics 2 : 50

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Mansoor, played by Ronit Roy is a don who is feared by many. He wishes his son Raja, played by Gashmeer Mahajani to be just like him and rule the world after he’s gone. He trains Raja well to be fearless and confident like him. Raja does as is told by his father and never fails any mission. Raja usually pretends to be Inspector Siddhanth, played by Ashmit Patel, when on his missions to tarnish his image.


On one such missions he happens to meet a girl called Shruti, played by Reecha Sinha, and is besotted by her. Not knowing his true criminal identity she too starts liking him. Siddhanth who is in charge of tackling Mansoor’s case is criticized by his seniors, especially Damie, played by Kamlesh Sawant for not collecting enough evidence to nab him.


Eventually the case is given to Damie who is a conniving and corrupt officer and also friends with Mansoor. He falsely accuses an innocent man of a murder that Mansoor commited and makes him forcibly confess to the crime and then kills him.


Meanwhile Raja and shruti face a lot of obstacles from both their parents for being in love and wanting to get married. Eventually they decide to elope and marry but inspector Siddhanth comes with his men and reveals that Shruti is in fact his sister and was on a mission to get Raja arrested. Raja infuriated tries to kill her but she realizes she has truly started loving him.


At the end Siddhanth kills Raja. Dongri Ka Raja is directed by Hadi Ali Abrar and produced by PS Chatwal and Filmy Keeda Productions. The music is composed by Asad Khan and Amar Mohile.