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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.


Tigmanshu Dhulia


Tigmanshu Dhulia (dialogue), Tigmanshu Dhulia (script) | 1 more credit »
4 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Jimmy Sheirgill ... Aniruddha 'Ani' Sharma (as Jimmy Shergill)
Hrishitaa Bhatt ... Niharika Singh
Irrfan Khan ... Ranvijay Singh (as Irrfan)
Ashutosh Rana ... Gauri Shankar Pandey
Tinnu Anand ... Mr. Sharma
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Murad Ali Murad Ali ... Badri Shankar Pandey
Varun Badola ... Javed
Deepak Kumar Bandhu Deepak Kumar Bandhu ... Ranvijay's Gang Member
Rajiv Gupta ... SP
Pankaj Jha Pankaj Jha ... Gauri Shankar's Gang Member
Brijendra Kala ... Newspaper vendor
Rajkumar Kanojia
Nissar Khan ... Ranvijay's Gang Member
Dadhey Pandey Dadhey Pandey ... Munna
Sudhir Pandey ... Chief Minister Kabanlal Tiwari


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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Crime | Drama | Romance


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Realistic movie about caste based university politics and inter caste love in India
12 August 2006 | by atulmohan1See all my reviews

It is one of my all time favourite movies. The caste based politics and subsequent violence which is a reality in universities (in India) is depicted in a realistic manner. The love story of two college kids from a typical orthodox middle class society in India grows as the plot thickens. The depiction of the middle class society, family values, aspirations, class/caste barrier is very realistic. Irfan Khan has given a powerful performance as a university student turn political figure using violence. Ashutosh Rana is also impressive in short role as leader of students of higher castes.

The movie is a like a breathe of fresh air, when most of the bollywood movies based on college love stories and college politics touch these real social issues superficially. The climax of the movie is a bit let down though. But even then the movie is a definite 'Must-see'.

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