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Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home (2004)

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Major Ranvir Kaul (Amitabh Bachchan) is a POW who was captured along with over 30 soldiers by Pakistani soldiers in 1971 during the war between India and Pakistan. 33 years later Ranvir's ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
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Maj. Ranvir Kaul
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Khan
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Gaurang Kaul
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Radhika
Raghuvir Yadav ...
Jata
Kay Kay Menon ...
Sohail
Akhilendra Mishra
Tanuja ...
Ranvir Kaul's wife
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Capt. Ajit Verma
Saurabh Dubey ...
Minister
Rajendra Gupta ...
Anand
Ashraf Ul Haq ...
Naru
Yasir Khan ...
Lt. Rehmat Kazi
Piyush Mishra
Sanjay Narvekar ...
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Major Ranvir Kaul (Amitabh Bachchan) is a POW who was captured along with over 30 soldiers by Pakistani soldiers in 1971 during the war between India and Pakistan. 33 years later Ranvir's son Gaurav (Akshaye Khanna) decides to go on a rescue mission to Pakistan and bring back his father who he has not seen since he was a child. Helping him on his mission is Khan (Sanjay Dutt) who had successfully escaped from the same prison. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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54 men trapped behind enemy lines. . .One man who didn't know how to help. . .Another who didn't want to. . .And the greatest escape ever. See more »

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25 June 2004 (India)  »

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£37,428 (UK) (25 June 2004)

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£37,428 (UK) (25 June 2004)
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Could be much better
6 November 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

In 1975 Amitabh gave a classic DEEWAAR which is remembered even today in 2004 Amitabh returns again with another DEEWAAR this time as an old prisoner of war

The film deals with the story of prisoners of war from India who are caught n arrested since 1971

The film deals with how they wanna escape and how Akshaye wants to save his father The film takes inspiration from 2 English films and also is too filmy Also another problem being the casting of the other actors who are arrested with Bachchan don't look old

The torture scenes are well handled and Akshaye's journey to Pakistan is well handled too Sanjay Dutt's scenes though cattering towards the masses are well handled The escape is well handled but Sanju's escape is too filmy Even Akshaye- Amrita track could be avoided rest the film is well handled and the second half gets better and till the end keeps you engrossed

Direction by Milan Luthria is good in parts, overall average Music is okay

Amongst actors Amitabh carries the film on his shoulders and is fantastic throughout 2004 was the best year for him, after KHAKEE, DEV this was his 3rd powerpacked performance Akshaye Khanna excels, sadly nowdays we see him doing c grade films mostly But he was outstanding in this serious role Sanju plays to the gallery and is fun to watch in a clichéd role Kaykay excels in his role Aditya Shrivastav too is fantastic Amrita Rao is avoidable, Tanuja is okay


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