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Julie (2004)

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A broken hearted Julie comes to Mumbai to make a living,But the fast moving City will force her to take prostitution as her profession.


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Credited cast:
Priyanshu Chatterjee ...
Mihir Shandilya
Yash Tonk ...
Sanjay Kapoor ...
Achint Kaur
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Donny Bharadwaj
Brij Gopal
Dinesh Hingoo
Sudhir Joshi
Ahmed Khan
Kamini Khanna
Manish Khanna
Kiran Kumar ...
Anil Nagrath
Ishwar Patel


Mihir Shandilya is a multi-millionaire bachelor, who at a very young age is an icon of the new-aged India. A television channel invites celebrities for their programs, and Mihir is being interviewed. On being questioned on his potential life partner, Mihir confesses his love life on a record program that there is a woman in his life to whom he wants to propose marriage. The hosts respects his views and invites them for the show. Mihir, is on a business trip abroad, wants Julie to accept him as her husband and expects an affirmative answer once he is back. Julie is unnerved by the program, and want to be on the same program, and talk about herself to the viewers. She wants to confess that she is a prostitute, a fact that Mihir, and his family members are unaware of. Mihir was amused that his lover had confessed about her life so publicly, and after his initial indignation, had only one thing to say, 'If you truly love then set it free because if its meant to be it shall come back to ... Written by gavin (

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23 July 2004 (India)  »

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INR 100,000,000 (estimated)

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The movie which Sanjay Kapoor and Neha Dhupia are watching at theatre is For the Birds (2000). See more »


When Julie opens the Door to Mehir, while she was cooking, she wears something which appears to be a tank top with a blue collar, but directly before and after in the same scene she wears a silky, white nightgown. See more »


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SPOILER Excellent film! Following might be a SPOILER
17 October 2004 | by (San Jose, CA, US) – See all my reviews

Julie is a fascinating film that explores the journey of a girl who went from sweet innocence to the harsh reality. All of her relationships, aspirations, and determined efforts are very well depicted. The audience can completely understand how a small-town girl, who lives with her lovable father and pet dog, leading a beautiful life ends up a prostitute in the unwelcoming city of Mumbai as her dreams are repeatedly shattered, as her lovers continue to exploit her. Left desperate with no one to retreat to, Julie is brainwashed/enlightened by the local pimp, who gives a very thought-provoking monologue. She asks, "Who is Julie?" She can avenge her traitors, but she will eventually end up with a feeling of helplessness. Julie is told that all men want from a woman is their body, whether it is through prostitution or the excuse of marriage or raising a family. (I beg to differ.) Julie finally realizes that she does not want to depend on others to give her a face; she needs to create her own identity. This monologue, the climax, and when Julie re-confronts her first lover are mind blowing scenes. Julie's bold move to tell her entire life story on national television in an effort to revolutionize society is extremely interesting. Her emotions are very well-illustrated. Songs are worthless, except for the title track, and detract from the story. This is a must-see movie.

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