- "Zabardast" is an Indian film directed by Nasir Hussain and produced by Mushir-Riaz released in 1985. The movie stars Sanjeev Kumar, Jayapradha, Sunny Deol, Rajiv Kapoor, Rati Agnihotri and Amrish Puri.
- country: India
- language: Hindi Language
- producers: Mushir Alam & Mohammad Riaz
- art direction by Sudhendu Roy
- written by Sachin Bhowmick & Nasir Hussain
- based on a story by Sachin Bhowmick
- Sanjeev Kumar as Ratan Kumar
- Sunny Deol as Sunder Kumar
- Amrish Puri as Balram Singh
- Rajiv Kapoor as Ravi Kumar
- Col. Kapoor as Kapoor
- Rajrani as Bus passenger who scolds Ravi
- Ravindra Kapoor as Dilawar Khan
- Sunny Deol as Shyam
- Tariq as Anwar
- Rati Agnihotri as Sunita
- Tanuja as Maharani Maanwati
- Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Dr. Saigal
- Rajendra Nath as Monty
- Tabassum as Malti
- Gita Siddharth as Pushpa Kumar
- Mac Mohan as Bhima
- Sanjeev Kumar as Ramesh Kumar
- Sanjeev Kumar as Maharaja
- Jaya Prada as Mala Saigal
- Yunus Parvez as Ramu
- Vikas Anand as Police Inspector Verma
- Sharad Qazilbash
- Sohail Khan
- Huma Khan as Dancer
- K.K. Raj
- Ahmed Khan as Police Inspector
- Praveen Kumar
- V. Malhotra
- Rinku Jaiswal as Salma
- Gurbachchan Singh as Kaniya
- Jeetu as Sunder Kumar
- Arjun as Bikram Singh
- Rajiv Kapoor as Tony
- cinematography by Munir Khan
- edited by Dilip Kotalgi & Zafar Sultan
- music by Rahul Dev Burman
- genres: Drama, Action Film
- released on (28 years ago)
- "Zabardast" is a 2007 action adventure drama romance film written by Mahesh Kothare and Shekhar...
- country: India
- language: Marathi Language
- producer: Suhas Jog
- written by Mahesh Kothare & Shekhar Dhavalikar
- cinematography by Shyam Chavan
- music by Ajay-Atul, Atul Gogavale
- genres: Musical, World cinema, Bollywood
- released on (6 years ago)
- "Zabardast" is a 2008 romance film directed by Prawal Raman.
Zabardast is a fictional character from the 1986 film Tahkhana.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Zabardast
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The popular dictionary in two parts (1889)
English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English by Thomas Craven
zorawar ; zabardast. Vigorously, ad. zor se. Vigoronsness, n. zor ; tawanal. Vigour, n. taqat, zor, qiiwat. Vile, a. bura ; nikamma. Vilely, ad. hiqarat se ; zillat se. Vileness, n. burai ; kharabf ; zillat, naj*- Vilifier, «. zalil ya haqir k, w.
A romanized Hindústání and English dictionary (1864)
by Nathaniel Brice
A dictionary of the principal languages spoken in the Bengal Presidency, English, Bángálí and Hindústaní (1837)
by P. S. D'Rozario
efficacious — balabdn, pardkrami, gunakdrí — zabardast, zoráwar, Po'tentate, s. one who has great power, a sovereign — pratdp bishishta simrdt, rdjádhirdj — far- mánrawá, farmáf'armá, shahanshah [bañiya — ikhtiyárí, qudrati, kaiansaktí, ...
A New English-Hindustani Dictionary (1883)
With Illustrations from English Literature and Colloquial English, Tr. Into Hindustani by S. W. Fallon, John Drew Bate
zabardast ; bala-dast; galib. superior court, gadar-adalat ; mahakmah aliyah. Superior, n. mukhya ; bara ; afsar ; sardar. Superiority, n. bara-pan ; buzurgi ; fazilat ; bartari ; tafzil ; sabqat ; fauqiyat ; bal&-dasti. Superlative, adj. ala ; afzal ; uttam ...
A 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
powerful, strong, efficacious— balabín, pardkrami, gunakdri — zabardast, zorawar, Potentate, s. one who. has great power, a sovereign — prdtdp bishUhfn firarrft, rdjddhirdj — far - ...
A Romanized Dictionary in English and Hindustani Designed for the Use of Schools and for English Students (1878)
chher, zabardast;. pesh-qadmí. Aggressive, a. pahle- chhernowálá.
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Scrabble value of Z10A1B3A1R1D2A1S1T1
The value of this 9-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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