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Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa (2003)

Major Ram is one of the soldiers from the Indian army who is involve in the war between India and Pakistan; when he is abducted and held as hostage by the Pakistani army the Indian ... See full summary »

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(as Saawan Kumaar)

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Kapil Jhaveri ...
Salman 'Sunny'
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Ruksar Khan
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Brig. Sarfaroz Khan
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Major Ram
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Tabrez Baig
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Muslim Priest
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Indian army Captain
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Khushmisaz
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Ramzan Khan
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Niharika
Ghanshyam Rohera ...
Waiter (as Ghanshyam)
Kulbir Baderson ...
(as Kulbir Badesron)
Amrinder Sodhi
Kaveri Ghosh
Sanjay Sharma ...
Capt Nasir khan
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Major Ram is one of the soldiers from the Indian army who is involve in the war between India and Pakistan; when he is abducted and held as hostage by the Pakistani army the Indian government are unable to compromise due to the fear of Ram losing his life. So Ram's younger brother, Arjun alias Sunny decides to change his name to Salman and illegally enter Pakistan with the intention of freeing his brother. On the way he meets Ruksar Khan and both fall in love but his aggression to free his brother increases and with the help of his beloved he manages to locate the cell Ram is logged in, successfully freeing him only to find himself and his beloved trapped by Pakistani Jihaadis and soldiers. Written by gavin (racktoo@hotmail.com)

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A Love Story Written In Blood

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Romance | Drama

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12 December 2003 (India)  »

Also Known As:

My Heart Became a Stranger  »

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The film was previously titled "Aur Kitne Pakistan". Fearing controversy, Saawan changed the title. See more »

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Good ending with important message
4 January 2004 | by (San Jose, CA, US) – See all my reviews

This movie gives the important message that nothing is achieved by violence. India and Pakistan will only be able to be friends by, well, being friendly to each other. In the name of religion, terrorists invade India and spread bloodshed in Kashmir, both POK and Indian, killing innocent civilians, leaving no room for love. The ending is very poetic and conveys this message beautifully. However, although this message is conveyed, there still is that disgusting Gadar-style Pakistan bashing in the first half. If the theme of the movie is to spread love, then why do is it rip on Pakistan? I have a feeling those dialogues were added in to "commercialize" the film. The ending makes up for it, though.


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