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Struggle Of A Muslim Family In India Post Partition
Garam Hawa Directed By M.S.Sathyu...First Movie As A Director ..The Direction Is Flawless..Written By Kaifi Azmi & Shama Zaidi....They Have Done Extremely Well ...The Story is About Struggle Of A Muslim Family After The Partition Of India Pakistan in 1947....Deals With The Dilemma Of Whether To Move To Pakistan Or Stay Back....How The Family Face The Problems Of Being A Muslim In Their Own Country..A Tragic Love Story Also Takes Place In The Middle Of These Events...Finally How They Face Such Situations & Overcome....
Balraj Sahni As Salim Mirza is One Of The Memorable Performance By Him...Geeta Sidharth As Amina Daughter Of Salim Mirza ...Gives A Excellent Performance...Her Character Of A Lover Is One Of The Complicated Characters...Then We Have A Very Young Farooq Shaikh As Sikander Mirza....His Debut Film...He Has Done Well...The Others Badar Begum As Granny....A.K Hungal As Azmani & Jalal Agha As Shamshad Are Well Written Characters...
Music Is Not Important In This Movie...But Still Have A Single Song i.e "Maula Salim Chisti" A Qawwali By Aziz Ahmed Khan...
Overall A Great Attempt To Show Effects Of Partition On People In India...There Are Few Memorable Scenes In The Movie Which Makes It Worth Watch ...A Kind Of Art Film....A Must Watch...:)
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