The Collaborative International Dictionary
Darr \Darr\ (d[a^]r), n. (Zo["o]l.) The European black tern.
n. (context UK dialect Norfolk English) A bird, the European black tern.
Darr: A Violent Love Story (, , translation: Fear) is a 1993 Indian romantic psychological thriller, directed by Yash Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films starring Shah Rukh Khan, Juhi Chawla and Sunny Deol in the lead roles.
The film was well received by critics and audiences, earning the film and its actors accolades. It has attained classic status over the years and is regarded as one of Chopra's best. It was later remade in Kannada as Preethse. The film inspired a real life kidnapping of a Snapdeal executive in NCR region of India.
Darr is a 1993 Bollywood film.
Darr may also refer to:
- Aḍ-Ḍārr, one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Distressor".
- Darr (surname)
- Darr, Nebraska, an unincorporated community in the United States
- Darr Mine Disaster, a 1907 mine disaster in the United States
- Darr @ the Mall, a 2014 Indian horror film
Darr is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Adam Darr (1811–1866), German guitar and zither composer
- Ann Darr (1920–2007), American poet
- Leonard Darr (c.1554–1615), English politician
- Leslie Rogers Darr (1886–1967), American judge
- Lisa Darr (born 1963), American actress
- Mike Darr (1976–2002), American baseball outfielder
- Mike Darr (pitcher) (born 1956), American baseball pitcher
- Robert Darr (born 1951), American author
- Vondell Darr (1919–2012), American actress
Usage examples of "darr".
Keeping his eyes on the Way, Darr Veter stretched out his hand and turned a lever to point M, ensuring himself solitude for meditation.
The woman seated at the nearest desk raised her head and Darr Veter recognized the thick, widely separated eyebrows and the sweet, narrow face with its grey eyes.
Mven Mass laughed so heartily and frankly that Darr Veter could feel his liking for the man growing fast.
Veda Kong, at a sign from Darr Veter, stood before the screen on a gleaming round metal dais.
At a sign from Veda Kong, Darr Veter pressed a button and a huge globe rose up beside her.
Veda Kong turned away from the screen into which she had been staring as though hypnotized and cast an inquiring glance at Darr Veter.
The bronze gong sounded as Darr Veter turned over the lever that switched off the stream of transmitted energy.
They appeared and disappeared so quickly that even such trained observers as Junius Antus and Darr Veter had difficulty in following the meaning of them.
Veda Kong whispered to Darr Veter that she would never forget that night.
Veda Kong and Darr Veter were standing on the little round flying platform as it swept slowly over the endless steppes.
The shock absorbers took the shock and the recoil threw Veda Kong and Darr Veter out on to the hill-side where they landed in a clump of stiff bushes.
Veda, with a sly glint in her eyes, held her hand out to Darr Veter and lie lifted her out of the Lushes with an easy movement.
Veda lay down in the shade of a bush and Darr Veter began to study the causes of the mishap.
The finds in the Scythian grave mound were some-tiling that Darr Veter, too, would never forget.
Never before had either Veda Kong or Darr Veter been close to an animal that possessed malicious, death-dealing strength and whose unthinking brain was deaf to the voice of reason.