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Black Friday (2004)

100 Years Of Indian Cinema (Set 3) DVD [10 Disc Set]


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Pack Of 10 Movies


Black Friday (2004)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2004

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Description

Black Friday is the story of the 1993 bomb blasts that took place in Mumbai. Based on a book by S. Hussain Zaidi, this docu-drama tries to recreate those events and the intense feelings that followed them. The film has Kay Kay Menon (as the Commissioner of Police), Aditya Shrivastava (as Badshah Khan), and Pawan Malhotra (as Tiger Memon), among the star cast.



Cast: Kay Kay Menon, Pavan Malhotra, Aditya Shrivastava, Loveleen Mishra, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Imtiaz Ali, Zakir Hussain, Pankaj Jha, Pratima Kazmi, Kishore Kadam, Gajraj Rao, Raja Choudhary, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Aliya Curmally, Asif Basra, Ragesh Asthana, Suresh Dubey, Arindam Mitra, Vijay Maurya

Director: Anurag Kashyap

Music Director: Indian Ocean


Fire (1996)

Country: India

Language: English

Year: 1996

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Description

The film is set in contemporary Delhi, India, in the household of a joint family which runs a fast-food and video business in the ground floor of their two-story home. The protagonists are the two daughters-in-law, both of whom have joined the family by marriage: Sita (Nandita Das), who is newly wed to the younger son Jatin (Javed Jaffrey); and Radha (Shabana Azmi), who has been married to the elder son Ashok (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) for 15 years. Both couples are unhappy. Jatin, who feels he has been pressured into marriage by the family, neglects Sita and continues to see his Chinese girlfriend. Ashok has chosen to become a tapasvin (an ascetic) after discovering that Radha is infertile, and has been using her to test his resolve in celibacy for 13 years. The two women turn to each other for solace and become lovers. Tipped off by a servant, Ashok discovers them in bed together. Sita leaves, while Radha, who wishes to explain matters to Ashok, promises to meet her outside to start a new life together. In the confrontation that follows, Radha's sari catches fire from the kitchen stove and Ashok abandons her in flames. In the final scene, the two women are reunited.



Cast: Shabana Azmi, Nandita Das, Javed Jaffrey, Karishma Jhalani, Ramanjeet Kaur, Dilip Mehta, Vinay Pathak, Ranjit Chowdhry, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Alice Poon, Ram Gopal Bajaj, Avijit Dutt

Director: Deepa Mehta

Music Director: A R Rahman


Water (2005)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2005

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Romance


Description

A thesis picture. In 1938, Gandhi's party is making inroads in women's rights. Chuyia, a child already married but living with her parents, becomes a widow. By tradition, she is unceremoniously left at a bare and impoverished widows' ashram, beside the Ganges during monsoon season. The ashram's leader pimps out Kalyani, a young and beautiful widow, for household funds. Narayan, a follower of Gandhi, falls in love with her. Can she break with tradition and religious teaching to marry him? The ashram's moral center is Shakuntala, deeply religious but conflicted about her fate. Can she protect Kalyani or Chuyia? Amid all this water, is rebirth possible or does tradition drown all?



Cast: John Abraham, Seema Biswas, Lisa Ray, Manorama, Waheeda Rehman, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Raghuvir Yadav, Vinay Pathak, Sarala, Buddhi Wickrama, Ronica Sajnani, Rishma Malik, Meera Biswas, Dolly Ahluwalia

Director: Deepa Mehta

Music Director: A R Rahman, Mychael Danna


Khuda Kay Liye (2007)

Also Known As: In the Name of God, Khuda Ke Liye

Country: Pakistan

Language: Hindi

Year: 2007

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Thriller


Description

The film is about the difficult situation in which Pakistanis in particular and the Muslims in general are caught up since 9/11. There is a war going on between the fundamentalists and the liberal Muslims. This situation is creating a drift not only between the western world and the Muslims but also within the Muslim community. The educated and the modern Muslims are in a difficult situation because of the approach towards life and their western attire. They are criticized and harassed by the fundamentalists and on the other hand the western world sees them as potential suspects of terrorism just because of their Muslim names.

The paradox is resulting in great suffering for a forward looking Muslim. This is the theme of the film Khuda Kay Liye, Which in English means In The Name Of God.

The interesting thing about the film is how it connects the happenings in three continents. Unlike the usual Indian and Pakistani films based on romantic sagas, dances and songs, this film is based on some very serious issues, raising a lot of controversial questions engaging the Muslim youth these days...



Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Iman Ali, Fawad Khan, Shan, Austin Marie Sayre, Larry Newman, Rasheed Naz, Simin Raheel, Humayun Kazmi, Angela Williams, Alex Edwards, Hameed Sheikh, Ayub Khoso

Director: Shoaib Mansoor

Music Director: Javed Bashir, Shuja Haider, Lagan Band, Ahmad Jahanzeb, Khawar Jawad


Bandit Queen (1994)

Also Known As: Phoolan Devi

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 1994

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Biography, Drama


Cast: Seema Biswas, Nirmal Pandey, Manoj Bajpai, Saurabh Shukla, Raghuvir Yadav, Govind Namdeo, Aditya Shrivastava, Ajai Rohilla, Anupam Shyam, Aseem Bajaj, Gajraj Rao, Hemant Mishra, Hemant Pandey, Paritosh Sand, Rajesh Vivek, Ranjit Chowdhry, Vijay Shukla

Director: Shekhar Kapur

Music Director: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan


Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996)

Also Known As: Kamasutra

Country: India

Language: English

Year: 1996

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Mature


Description

Set in 16th century India, Kama Sutra brings the legends to life as it follows the fortunes of Maya and Tara. Tara is a princess, Maya her servant. Raised together as childhood friends and rivals, each in different ways uses the teachings of the Kama Sutra, the 4th century Indian treatise on love and sexuality, as a source of inspiration and enlightenment in a high-stakes romantic and lustful game they play to get what they desire. And when Maya finally achieves the equality with Tara which she has always desired, the price that must be paid is mythic in its finality.



Cast: Rekha, Naveen Andrews, Sarita Choudhury, Ramon Tikaram, Indira Varma, Pearl Padamsee, Urvashi Nair, Arundhati Rao, Avijit Dutt

Director: Mira Nair

Music Director: Mychael Danna


Parzania (2005)

Tagline: Heaven And Hell On Earth

Country: India

Language: English, Hindi

Year: 2005

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Description

Allan (Corin Nemec), an American, arrives in Ahmedabad searching for answers, to find internal peace and to understand the world and his troubled life. He choses India as his school and Gandhi as his subject of his thesis. It is here that he meets the Pithawala family - Cyrus (Naseeruddin Shah), his wife Shernaz (Sarika), son Parzan (Parzan Dastur) and daughter Dilshad (Pearl Barsiwala). The Pithawalas being Parsis follow Zoroastrianism. Through them and the teachings of an Gandhian, Allan starts to find peace of mind.After the fall of Babri Mosque by some extremist Hindus, and then in response the Godhra incident happens wherein 58 Hindu religious activists are burnt by supposedly a Muslim mob. As a chain reaction to these incidents, communal riots ensue shortly thereafter wherein Muslims were killed and raped by Hindu mobs, followed by Muslim attack on Hindus. Amidst these riots, 10 year-old Parzan disappears. Cyrus, Shernaz and Dilshad manage to escape the carnage. In the aftermath of the riots, Cyrus searches for his missing child while fighting for his own sanity. While assisting the Pithawalas in their search, Allan battles to uncover the reason behind the riots in an effort to try and make some sense of the incident. People start to question government's official explanation of the incident which downplays any conspiracy. As a result, a Human Rights Commission is formed. Through the commission, several witnesses and victims testify against the indifference of the police to protect them from the rioters. The film ends with a dedication to the victims of communal violence.



Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Corin Nemec, Sarika, Zutshi, Ram Gopal Bajaj, Anupam Shyam, Sheeba Chaddha, Parzan Dastur, Asif Basra, Pear Barsiwala

Director: Rahul Dholakia

Music Director: Ustad Zakir Hussain


Traffic Signal (2007)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2007

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Description

Take a walk down its mean streets and one gets the essence of Mumbai; pause a while at one of its Traffic Signal and one gets the essence of life. In a day scores of people go past multitudes of Traffic Signal's scattered all over the city. People sitting in their vehicles impatiently wait to get going. Though this waiting lasts but a few minutes it feels like a lifetime to them.

However unknown to them there thrives an industry that derives its livelihood from these people waiting at the Traffic Signals. The work force of this industry is not less than that of an average sized multinational. It comprises of a gamut of people thrown in together by fate or hunger. There are oddities to the likes of eunuchs, handicapped and impaired beggars, lepers, street kids, drug addicts, and prostitutes, vendors selling flowers, fruits, sunscreens to sunglasses.

Traffic Signal is a story of one such signal, which is representative of all other signals around the city.



Cast: Kunal Khemu, Neetu Chandra, Upendra Limaye, Ranvir Shorey, Konkona Sen, G K Desai, Sandeep Mehta, Sandeep Kulkarni, Lalit Parashar, Nassar Abdulla, Manoj Joshi, Mukesh Tyagi, Bobby Darling

Director: Madhur Bhandarkar

Music Director: Shamir Tandon


Page 3 (2005)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2005

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Description

Madhavi Sharma (Konkona Sen Sharma) arrives in Mumbai and soon lands a journalist job. Her boss Deepak Suri (Boman Irani) gives her the task of reporting celebrity news. She begins her journey in the glitzy and glamorous world of celebrity lifestyle.

Her roommate Pearl Sequiera (Sandhya Mridul) is an air hostess and wants to marry for money. Gayatri Sachdeva (Tara Sharma) later joins them. She is an aspiring actress and gets involved with a leading actor Rohit Kumar (Bikram Saluja). When she tells him she is pregnant he suggests she have an abortion; depressed and shattered, she unsuccessfully tries to kill herself and in the process loses her unborn child. Meanwhile, Pearl marries a wealthy old man and moves to the United States. Madhavi plans to expose Rohit Kumar (by writing an article on his relationship with Gayatri), but her editor kills the article and she is forced to apologise to Rohit Kumar.

Madhavi finds out that her boyfriend is gay when she surprises him in bed with her best friend Abhijeet (Rehaan Engineer).

As soon as Madhavi begins to get disillusioned with her job of covering lives of these celebs she declares that "the party is over" for her. She soon realises that the glamorous world of celebrity life is not as glamorous as it seems. As well her roommate Gayatri who supposedly returned to Delhi sleeps with a director and gets put in a movie.



Cast: Konkona Sen, Atul Kulkarni, Sandhya Mridul, Tara Sharma, Boman Irani, Bikram Saluja, Upendra Limaye, Jai Kalra, Soni Razdan, Anju Mahendru, Suchitra Pillai, Kunika, Navni Parihar, Madan Jain, Suhasini Mulay, Maya Alagh, Mukesh Tyagi, Nassar Abdulla, Bobby Darling, Kurush Deboo, G K Desai, Rehaan Engineer, Manoj Joshi, Pradeep Velankar

Director: Madhur Bhandarkar

Music Director: Shamir Tandon


1947 Earth (1998)

Country: India

Language: Hindi, English

Year: 1998

Color/BW: COLOR

Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Romance


Description

The year 1947, the city Lahore, in what was then India and what is now Pakistan. Lenny (Maia Sethna), an eight year old Parsi girl is one of the daily visitors to the Queen's Gardens with her comely and shapely nanny Shanta (Nandita Das), with the kind of curves and smiles that draw numerous male admirers. Lenny basks in the warmth of her favorite people. A warm, comfortable world. A world about to be shattered by vicious arguments, rumors and hatred. Angry Hindus storm through Lahore one day, angry Muslims the next. Then the killings begin. From the rooftop of her house Lenny sees Hindus and Sikhs killing Muslims; Muslims burning Hindus and Sikhs alive. Trains arrive with only corpses as passengers. Through this all, she is also privy to the blossoming love affair between the beautiful Shanta and Hasan (Rahul Khanna) the masseur whose is the only voice of sanity in the madness around. And then there is the once charming Ice Candy Man, Dil Nawaz (Aamir Khan) who has a thing for Shanta and who now roams the streets of Lahore with vengeance on his mind. The demonic dance of greed and desire wearing the garb of religion and nationalism, trampling on innocence, the price of making one country into two nations.



Cast: Aamir Khan, Nandita Das, Rahul Khanna, Kitu Gidwani, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Gulshan Grover, Raghuvir Yadav, Maia Sethna, Arif Zakaria, Mohini Mathur, Lauren Walker, Pavan Malhotra, Rajendra Kumar, Javed Jaffrey

Director: Deepa Mehta

Music Director: A R Rahman


Format: DVD

Label: Eagle

Catalog No: EDVD H 5124

DVD Region: All Region

No Of Disks: 10

Subtitles: English

Video: NTSC