Synonyms for bhanpur or Related words with bhanpur

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Bhanpur is a village in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in the Huzur tehsil and the Phanda block.
According to the 2011 census of India, Bhanpur has 387 households. The effective literacy rate (i.e. the literacy rate of population excluding children aged 6 and below) is 32.66%.
Basti town is the district headquarters of the district. Basti district, a part of Basti division, is formed of 4 tehsils: Basti, Harriya, Sonaha Bhanpur and Rudhauli, and 15 development blocks, 139 Nyay Panchayats, 2 Parganas named Amorha & Nagar as well as 10 Gram Sabhas. The development blocks included are:
Extant of Barauli Assembly constituency is KCs Barauli, Gabhana, PCs Kinhua, Darau Chandpur, Amritpur Bakhtpur & Bhojpur Gaiyanpur of Chandaus KC of Gabhana Tehsil; PCs Harduaganj, Ukhlana, Baraotha, Sapera Bhanpur, Talibnagar, Devsaini, Mahrawal, Ramgarh Panjupur, Godha, Jawan Sikanderpur, Baharampur, Maimri, Kanora, Chhalesar, Satha, Nagaula, Barheti, Rathgawan, Kastli Basya of Morthal KC, PCs Baranadi, Chhidawali, Azamabad Machhua, Kalai of Jalali KC, Harduaganj NP & Qasimpur (CT) of Koil Tehsil.
Abhol, Ambada, Amla, Anti, Bhadara, Bhadari, Bhanpur, Bhoj, Brahmanvasi, Chansad, Chitral, Chokari, Dabhasa, Dabka, Danoli, Darapura, Dhobikuwa, Dudhwada, Ekalbara, Gametha, Gavasad, Gayapura, Ghayaj, Goriyad, Husepur, Jalalpur, Jaspur, Kalyankui, Kanda, Kanzat, Karkhadi, Karnakuva, Kothwada, Kotna, Kural, Latipura, Lola, Luna, Madapur, Mahmadpura, Mahuvad, Majatan, Masar, Medhad, Mobha, Mujpur, Muval, Narsipura, Nedra, Padra, Patod, Pavda, Pindapa, Pipli, Rajupura, Ranu, Sadad, Sadhi, Sadra, Sampla, Sandha, Sangma, Saras Vani, Sareja, Sarasvani, Sejakuva, Shahera, Shanpur, Shihor, Sokhda Raghu, Sokhdakhurd, Somjipura, Sultanpura, Tajpura, Thikariya Math, ThikariyaMubarak, Tithor, Umaraya, Vadadla, Vadu, Vanchhara, Vasnaref, Virpur, Vishrampura.
Things go awry when Hariprasad Venkatesh Naidu dies suddenly while making love to his beloved sex-worker Mallika (Kavita Radheshyam). Mallika who also happens to be a die hard fan of South Indian superstar Rajinikanth, sees a golden opportunity to grab the bag full of money and run away. Mallika waits for Train back to her village Bhanpur at Hanumangarh Railway Station where Rajinikanth comes in search for her with an intention to kill her and take back the money to where it belongs.