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The movie traces three real-life incidents that took place in '80s, 90s and 2000s respectively through the stories titled 'Orphan and the Convict', 'The Farmer and the Nun' and 'The Terror and the Mom'.
The lives of four people intersect in Mumbai: a washer-man who wants to become an actor, a banker-turned-photographer, a painter looking for inspiration, and a newly-married immigrant who journals her experiences on home video.
Inspector Surjan Shekhawat, who is dealing with a depressing past, has to investigate a high profile murder case, deal with his crumbling marriage and use the help and solace of a prostitute by the name of Rosie.
Harbans Rai and Ranjit Rai are two wealthy businessmen who absolutely *loathe* poverty and poor people . As fate would have it , Harbans Rai's daughter Madhu falls for a poor mechanic Raja ... See full summary »
"Year 1893, Champaner, A small village in the heart of India"
I saw this documentary today itself and I must tell you that it was an experience which I will cherish forever. This documentary showcases what actually went through in making a movie worth an academy award nomination. It starts off with the vision of Gowariker and his attempts to convince aamir khan to be on-board with the project. This documentary was made with the very intensity the actual film was made and is captured brilliantly by Sanjay Bhatkal. I was in complete awe after watching what goes through a team of people to go to an isolated place for 6 months trying to bring a script of paper on a celluloid. Hats off to the production team of Lagaan (Lagaanites) of creating a millennial movie which will remain in the hearts of every Indian for generations to come.
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