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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for neelam_mehra

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Neelam Mehra Neelam Mehra is an Indian television and film actress.
Khooni Mahal Neelam Mehra gave some hot scenes which was later censored.
Aadamkhor Aadamkhor is 1986 Hindi language movie directed by Joginder and starring C S Aasie, Sunil Dhawan, Ranjeet, Pinchoo Kapoor, Shahid Bijnori, Iqbal Durrani, Ved Goswami, Jogdarshan, Jaggu, Uma Khosla, Sadhana Khote, Kundan, Nazneen, Neelam Mehra, Randhawa.
Dil Dhadakne Do Kamal Mehra (Anil Kapoor) is a self made businessman who owns Ayka, a company on the verge of bankruptcy. He has a troubled relationship with his wife, Neelam Mehra (Shefali Shah) and his two children, Ayesha Sangha "née" Mehra (Priyanka Chopra) and Kabir Mehra (Ranveer Singh). The Mehra family also includes their pet dog Pluto Mehra (voiced by Aamir Khan). Ayesha owns a successful travel portal of her own but is unhappy with her marriage to Manav Sangha (Rahul Bose), a controlling, narcissistic husband who, together with his mum Smita Sangha (Zarina Wahab), disdains Ayesha's family. Kabir unwillingly participates in the family business even though he yearns to become a pilot.
100 Days (1991 film) Devi now gets another vision of another woman getting murdered. She also pinpoints two details: a magazine named Priya with a horse on its cover page and a video cassette labelled "100 Days". Sunil and Devi visit the weekly magazine office. The editor (Shashi Kiran) politely informs them that the next six months' covers do not feature any equestrian theme whatsoever. The video cassette clue, too, is a dead end: no video store in Bombay carries any such title as '100 days'. Devi begins delving into Rama's life. She learns that Rama was a research scholar and was working on a thesis about ancient sculptures and temples in India. A quick investigation by Devi during a visit to the Bombay Museum reveals that many artifacts listed by Rama either had mysteriously disappeared, got stolen or were replaced by fakes. She also learns that two people working in the museum, Jagmohan (Jai Kalgutkar), Security Officer and Parvati (Neelam Mehra), Record Keeper were fired on suspicion. Parvati is revealed to be the new victim of Devi's visions.