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Haasil (2003)

PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Romance | 16 May 2003 (India)
Aniruddh, a law-abiding college student, in love with Niharika, gets caught up in college politics and crime and must fight it out for himself when his friend becomes his foe.

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Aniruddha 'Ani' Sharma
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Niharika Singh
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Ranvijay Singh (as Irrfan)
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Gauri Shankar Pandey
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Mr. Sharma
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Murad Ali ...
Badri Shankar Pandey
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Javed
Rajiv Gupta ...
SP
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Newspaper vendor
Dadhey Pandey ...
Munna
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Chief Minister Kabanlal Tiwari
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Niharika's mother
Nagesh Salwan ...
Gangster
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Mr. Singh
Arvind Tiwary
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When college student Aniruddha meets pretty co-ed Niharika, they quickly become romantically involved. Unfortunately, their relationship can't escape the politics involved in sex and gang life. When Aniruddha meets Ranvijay, a big man on campus prone to toting a gun, he believes he's merely helping his fellow student escape from a rival gang. It's not long into their friendship, however, that Aniruddha realizes Ranvijay is just using him as a means to get to Niharika. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Amisha Patel was signed for the film but opted out. See more »

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Features Nayak: The Real Hero (2001) See more »

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Aankhen Bhi Hoti Hain Dil Ki Zuban
Written by Israr Ansari
Composed by Lalit Pandit and Jatin Pandit
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Irfan Khan should've got an Oscar for this!!
23 July 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Firstly,I'd like to know more about this director Tigmanshu Dhulia.And why hasn't any producer taken notice of his talent till now.The lad has made such a fine movie that from what I see,this has put the Oscar winners to shame!And no freaking major recognitions for this movie in the country in which it was made and also which it has depicted so perfectly in its lens.Such movies are hard to make,and probably even tougher to get recognised.Isn't it?Irfan Khan has broken all the acting fronts through his debut performance as Ranvijay Singh,a wannabe politician,who takes up against the reigning student leader in his university,the character being portrayed so flawlessly by Ashutosh Rana.Irfan Khan has immortalised the character and the movie itself,at least in the hearts and brains of the ones who've seen this flick.Despite hailing from the state of Rajasthan,he's played the part of a UP guy and perfected the accent so easily,it makes you stand up,take notice and applaud the efforts.Jimmy Sheirgill is good as the lead,but Hrishita Bhatt leaves a lot to be asked.She was arguably the weakest link in the movie,which was dominated by the great performances and the dialogues of its characters.When I saw this movie,I became Irfan Khan's fan,and I can assure the same fate for any other cinema lover!This movie is as realistic as it can get and I simply love that for Indian cinema.


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