Morning Raga is about the meeting of worlds. It is a story that brings the modern and traditional together, unites the past with present, Carnatic music with Western music, as never before ... See full summary »

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Swarnlatha
Prakash Rao ...
Abhinay
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Mrs. Kapoor
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Pinkie
Shaleen Sharma ...
Balaji
Vivek Mashru ...
Munna
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Abhinay's father (as Nasser)
T. Vijay ...
Mr. Shastri
Dharmavarapu Subramanyam ...
Appa Rau
Ranjani Ramakrishnan ...
Vaishnavi
Sanjay Swaroop ...
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Morning Raga is about the meeting of worlds. It is a story that brings the modern and traditional together, unites the past with present, Carnatic music with Western music, as never before in the history of humanity, fate and coincidence with individual choices. It is a story of our times where our worlds are interacting with each other. Written by Anwar

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A story of three lives. Struck by tragedy. United by destiny. Redefined by music... See more »

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18 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Return of the Lord of Ghosts (2014) See more »

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Mathe
Music composer: Mani Sharma
Singer: Sudha Raghunathan
Raga: Kamas
Talam: Adi
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Shabana is the only good thing in it
26 September 2005 | by (India) – See all my reviews

It's not awful. But its awfully bland. And barring Azmi, who is brilliant as has come to be expected none of the actors register at all. The male lead is dull, with no discernible acting talent. The female lead was bright and bubbly, and we may well end up buying soft drinks and detergent from her for a few years!! The major resolution is way too pat and easy (she waited twenty years to have her problems fixed like this?), and the ease with which this band gets gigs and the lady learns carnatic music is laughable! If only! The movie is well shot, with the colours and sounds all pleasant enough. Annapoorna will agree with me that while this raga may not miss too many notes, it doesn't really aspire to any great heights in the first place. If you are a Shabana Azmi fan, watch it - otherwise, give it a miss.


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