Saamri is a Bollywood horror film released in 1985. It was produced and directed by Shyam and Tulsi Ramsay, with a story by J. K. Ahuja, dialogue by Mahendra Dehlvi and Safi Ur-Rahman, and a screenplay by Kumar Ramsay.
|Directed by||Shyam Ramsay|
|Written by||J.K. Ahuja|
|Produced by||Tulsi Ramsay|
|Edited by||C. Manick Rao|
|Music by||Bappi Lahiri|
Dharmesh Saxena, referred to as "Saamri", is a wealthy elderly man who is involved in dark magic. Aware that his health is fading fast, he arranges for his expansive estate to be left to his niece, Anju Trivedi. Dharmesh's stepbrother Takleefchand, however, has other plans, and he and a motley group of co-conspirators kill Dharmesh and inform authorities that it was a suicide. The next phase of their plan is to kill Anju, but before they can, they begin dying gruesomely. Saamri has risen from the grave to take his revenge.
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