indian cinema heritage foundation
  • Release Date06/05/1988
  • GenreAction, Horror, Drama
  • FormatColour
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time128 min
  • Length3839.15 meters
  • Number of Reels16
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor RatingA
  • Censor Certificate Number872
  • Certificate Date20/04/1988

The Countryside was forlorn and wretched. He did not expect to find such a beautiful creature in this complete desolation. She lured him in her arms. They made love and then the beautiful creature turned into a hideous witch and dined on a thing that was once a man. . . . soon there were others.

The peace and tranquility of the village was shattered. The villagers found the mutilated bodies and knew that this trail of death and terror was left by Nikita and her Mahaguru, the devil of black magic.

The inmates of village found their savior in Thakur Sameer, younger brother of Thakur Mahendra Pratap Singh. One night when the moon was full and the cry of distant wolves tore the silence, Sameer met the witch Nikita and killed her. They hung her body in the village square thus proclaiming the end of evil.

But the evil was not dead. The evil was the devil worshipper Mahaguru himself. He has the unspeakable power to control the soul of Nikita and enter it into the beautiful body of Jasmin, daughter of Thakur Mahendra Pratap Singh.

The ultimate terror erupts. . . . . . . .

The desolate land begins to throb again with inexplicable violent deaths. Jasmin lured her victims to lonesome love making which ended in orgasm of death.

Jasmin now wanted Hemant in her evil embrace but Hemant was in love with her cousin Sahila and she saved him many a time from falling into Jasmin’s trap but for how long.

There is a lot to see in “VEERANA”. A confrontation between good and evil. A new experience in heart stopping terror. A chilling Motion Picture where sex, death and terror meet, that’s enough we do not wish to deprive you of your fun by telling you everything now. . . . .  See it in your favourite cinema house or on your video. We promise to take you on a very weird trip.


(From the official press booklet)