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"Aksar" is a 2006 Hindi thriller film directed by Anant Mahadevan and produced by Narendra and Shyam Bajaj under the banner of Siddhi Vinayak Creations. The film stars Emraan Hashmi, Udita Goswami and Dino Moreain the lead roles. It features the song "Jhalak Dikhlaja" sung by Himesh Reshammiya, also done a remix video for the promotion. The film was a box office success.


  1. "Aksar" is a musical album of Shaan.
  2. "Aksar" is the soundtrack album of the 2006 film.


AKSAR is an Aviation waypoint.

  • also known as fix AKSAR, AKSAR fix, AKSAR waypoint, waypoint AKSAR

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Google previewA Dictionary of Tocharian B. (2013)

Revised and Greatly Enlarged. by Douglas Q. Adams

aksar, Faksar. -fiksi* (n.) 'one who announces, instructs in, ...

Google previewA trilingual Dictionary being a comprehensive lexicon in English, Urdú and Hindí, exhibiting the syllabication, pronunciation and etymology of English words, with their explanation in English, and in Urdú and Hindí in the Roman characters (1865)

often done seen or occurring, full, crowded— A ksari- | ya ya'ne aksar kiyá gayá yá dekhá gayá yá nazar áyá huá, ma'múr, bliará-huáb — Bar bár kiyá gayá wá dekhá gayá wá bití huá, púrá wá purn, bhir se bhar áyá huá ...

Google previewAn English-Hindustani Dictionary (1905)

by George Speirs Alexander Ranking

aksar, (excess) 93er ziyädatî, [0011.] (to join the-) Шд di, шахт pana'. Make, to, (to form) banänâ, (up) mi; banänä, (bring about) Ü; IAL-j paídä karnä, (to do) И} kamä, (establish) Сч!) lie banä rakhnä, (compel) lil-(Mw majbür ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Beasts and Monsters in Myth, Legend and Folklore (2016)

by Theresa Bane

Aksar. A fierce and gigantic python from Greek folklore appearing in many medieval bestiaries, Aksar was said to be sixty cubits long and had once terrified Moses. Source: Flaubert, Temptation of St. Anthony, ; Gilmore, Monsters, ...

Google previewThe Royal Dictionary (1893)

In Two Parts, English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English

ámm, murawwaj, (“вишу aksar, (high rank) álí dax-ja.; in-, (for the most part) шайтан. Syn. Common ; universal. -assembly, sadr majlis, jamáet, kulliya., inujmal.-n. sardár, sar-guroh, sipahsálár. Generality, п. umúman, kulliyát, jamhůr ...

Google previewA Hindustani-English Law and Commercial Dictionary (1879)

by S W. Fallon

Frequent ; common ; usual ; current aksar, n.m. Thegreater number, themajority. aksar, — auqdt ; Rus. askar k ...

Google previewThe Popular Dictionary in Two Parts (1889)

English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English by Thomas Craven

bahut ; aksar ; at — , bahut se bahut ; for the; — part, aksar. — ad. nihdyat darja ; kasrat se. Mostly ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Principal Languages Spoken in the Bengal Presidency (1837)

Viz. English, Bángálí, and Hindústání. In the Roman Character by P. S. D'Rozario

hahu, adhik—aksar, bahut, ziyāda, beshtar [natá–ziyādatarín adad yá miqdár Most, s. the greatest number or quantity—adhikāngsha, prāy samuddy, samudayer kinchit no. Mostly, ad. for the greatest part, usually-adhikingshe, prāy sarbadá, ...

Google previewA New English-Hindustani Dictionary (1883)

With Illustrations from English Literature and Colloquial English, Tr. Into Hindustani by S. W. Fallon

the main body, bahut log ; jam- hur ; aksar ashkhas. Generalization, n. tajnis; tamim. Generalize, v. a. 1. bring under a genus, jins jins ya qisam k. ; jins-var k. 2. apply to other clashes, khas ko am k. ; juz ko kul par ayad k. 3. derive as a genus, ...

Google previewA Romanized Hindūstāni and English Dictionary (1864)

Designed for the Use of Schools ... by Nathaniel Brice

Aksar, adv. generally, for the most part ...

Google previewThe Panjábí Dictionary (1895)

by Maya Singh, Henry Martyn Clark

A walnut - AKHSAR JJftfRrJ «• Corrupted from the Arabic word Aksar. Many, much, most; ad . Mostly ...

Google previewA Dictionary Hindustani and English (1834)

by John Shakespear

j£\ aksar, adj. compar. (of jif) Most, very much, many, much, frequent ; adv. Generally, for the most part, usually, frequently, mostly, chiefly, often, culiijl j£\ aksar aukat, At most times, generally, frequently. a. aksariya, adv. Generally ...

Google previewDictionary (2005)

by Claus Peter Zoller

AksAr adv. 'usually, generally, frequently'. Ar. aksar. Akhár, -á" (G ...

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