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The Warrior (2001)

In feudal India, a warrior (Khan) who renounces his role as the longitme enforcer to a local lord becomes the prey in a murderous hunt through the Himalayan mountains.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Lafcadia - Warrior
Puru Chibber ...
Katiba, Warrior's son
Aino Annuddin ...
Biswas
Manoj Mishra ...
Warrior
Nanhe Khan ...
Warrior
Chander Singh ...
Warrior
Hemanth Mahaur ...
Warrior (as Hemant Maahaor)
Mandakini Goswami ...
Rabia
Sunita Sharma ...
The girl
Shaukat Baig ...
Clerk
Gori Shanker ...
Tarang village headman
Prabhuram ...
Blacksmith
Wagaram ...
Blacksmith's son
Ajai Rohilla ...
Quarrey foreman
Noor Mani ...
Riaz - Thief
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Storyline

Circa feudal India in the State of Rajasthan is a desert region that is ruled over by a cruel and sadistic Lord, who, with the help of a handful of equally cruel and fierce warriors, led by Lafcadia, weigh a reign of terror upon those who do not submit or dare to oppose him. Long-haired Lafcadia is widowed but has a son, Katiba. Once when Katiba was by himself, he befriends a young girl, who ties a Raakhee on his hand and makes him her brother, and in return he gives her his amulet. When the Lord asks Lafcadia to subdue the villagers of Tarang, they carry out his orders. After the raid while Lafcadia stands by, his warriors rape and loot the villagers, it is then that Lafcadia is surprised by the very same young girl, and it is Katiba's amulet that saves her from being killed. This incident has a deep impact on Lafcadia and he decides to give up his job & sword and seek peace in his village in Kullu in the Himalayas. When the Lord finds out, he asks the rest of the warriors to hunt ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Adventure | Drama

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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »

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15 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Budget:

£2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$14,130 (USA) (15 July 2005)

Gross:

$48,160 (USA) (5 August 2005)
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The Hindi-language film "The Warrior" was chosen by the British Academy of Film and Television to represent the UK in the "Best Foreign Language Film" category at the 2003 Oscars. The AMPAA took the highly unusual step of rejecting the movie because although the film had a British-born director (of Indian ancestry) and was co-produced by three British companies, the film did not qualify as British since "Hindi was not a language indigenous to the U.K." The British Academy was forced to submit its second choice, the Welsh-language, "Eldra". In an ironic twist, "The Warrior" went on to win "Best British Film" at the British Academy Awards the following year, although it lost "Best Non-English Film" to a film from Spain. See more »

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Before The Warrior tosses his dagger into the stream, a wire attached to the hilt to retrieve it from the water off-camera is clearly visible on the palm his left hand. See more »

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great Cinematography
1 December 2004 | by (hackney,england) – See all my reviews

the warrior is amazingly well filmed in great locations. the plot is not one of the most amazing to ever to be put to screen, and the ending did leave a lot to be desired. But this film had it's moments and Irfan Khan put in a great performance. but this is a film to be taken as a spectacle of cinematography and on that level i doubt any one can find reason to criticise this visually stunning film. i recommend this film if you have the time and enjoy the spectacle of an amazingly filmed movie but it doesn't have the best story line and the ending leaves a lot more questions then answers.


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