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Khuda Kay Liye (2007)

Khuda Kay Liye / Ramchand Pakistani / Firaaq DVD [3 in 1]

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Khuda Kay Liye (2007)

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

Country: Pakistan

Language: Hindi

Year: 2007


Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, Thriller


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

Ramchand Pakistani (2008)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2008


Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Ramchand Pakistani is derived from a true story concerning the accidental crossing of the Pakistan-Indian border during a period (June 2002) of extreme, war-like tension between the two countries by two members of a Pakistani Hindu family belonging to the 'untouchable' (Dalit) caste, and the extraordinary consequences of this unintended action upon the lives of a woman, a man, and their son.

The singular theme of the film is how a child from Pakistan aged eight years learns to cope with the trauma of forced separation from his mother while being held prisoner, along with his father in the jail of a country i.e. India, which is hostile to his own, while on the other side of the border, the wife-mother, devastated by their sudden disappearance builds a new chapter of her life, by her solitary struggle for sheer survival.

The film portrays the lives of a family that is at the bottom of a discriminatory religious ladder and an insensitive social system, which is nevertheless tolerant, inclusive and pluralist. The irony is compounded by the fact that such a family becomes hostage to the acrimonious political relationship between two neighbor-states poised on the brink of war.

Cast: Nandita Das, Rashid Farooqi, Maria Wasti, Shaood Alvi, Syed Fazal Hussain, Nouman Ijaz, Adarsh Ayaz, Atif Badar, Karim Bux Baloch, Salim Mairaj, Farooq Pareo, Adnan Shah, Zhalay Sharhadi

Director: Mehreen Jabbar

Music Director: Debajyoti Mishra

Firaaq (2009)

Country: India

Language: Hindi

Year: 2009


Category: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


Firaaq is an Urdu word that means both separation and quest. Set in the aftermath of a communal carnage, Firaaq, is a work of fiction based on a thousand stories. It is an ensemble film that takes place over a 24 hour period, a month after the worst of the violence is over. The film traces the emotional journeys of 'ordinary people' - some who were victims, some perpetrators and some who watched silently. Firaaq explores their relationships as they experience many fierce and delicate emotions of fear and prejudice, guilt and revenge, trust and betrayal and a loss of innocence that wounds the soul forever. Violence truly spares nobody. Yet in the midst of all this madness, some still sing hopeful songs for better times.

Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Shahana Goswami, Sanjay Suri, Tisca Chopra, Deepti Naval, Paresh Rawal, Raghuvir Yadav, Masood Akhtar, Honey Chhaya, Dilip Joshi, Rahul Singh, Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Director: Nandita Das

Music Director: Rajat Dholakia, Piyush Kanojia

Format: DVD

Label: Eagle

Catalog No: EDVD C 9505

DVD Region: All Region

No Of Disks: 1

Video: NTSC