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Y.M.I. Yeh Mera India (2008)

Lives of several people intertwine during an eventful day in Mumbai.

Director:

N. Chandra

Writers:

N. Chandra (screenplay), N. Chandra (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anupam Kher ... Judge Ayyar
Atul Kulkarni ... Raja Shetty
Milind Gunaji ... Ashfaq
Aakash Pandey Aakash Pandey ... T.V. Director
Parvin Dabas ... Sameer Ali
Perizaad Zorabian ... Jennifer Ali
Rajit Kapoor ... Arun Talreja
Purab Kohli ... Nachiket S. oshi
Rajpal Yadav ... Bhola Paswan
Sarika ... Sushma A. Talreja
Sayaji Shinde ... Inspector Chandrakant Shinde
Seema Biswas ... Sharada Bai
Smiley Suri ... Asha Atmaram Ambedkar (as Smilie Suri)
Vijay Raaz ... Noor Ahmed Khan
Virendra Saxena ... Dr. Mandadhi
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Storyline

Mumbai 11th July: Sameer Ali reads a verse from the Bhagvad Geeta to a dying hospitalized benevolent Hindu Pandit who had brought him after the passing of his Islamic parents; Looking for employment on an empty stomach, Bhola Paswan finds Biharis are hated and shunned; Gangster Ashfaq asks Noor Ahmed Khan, who, in turn, recruits former Naxalite Raja Shetty, to assassinate womanizing Builder Arun Talreja; An upper-caste Hindu politician, Shripad Shinde, forbids his son, Nachiket, to marry Asha Ambedkar, as she belongs to a lower Caste; Rendered homeless, Inspector Chandrakant Shinde is on the look-out for a stolen vehicle, and hates Biharis for taking over his house; TV Producer, Jennifer Ali, is attacked by Ashfaq during a party; Lower-caste Asha is stalked and molested by right-winged upper-caste Hindus; After being robbed and accused of stealing clothes, Sharada Bai prepares to attack her two-faced employer, Sushma Talreja; Caught in a traffic jam, Judge Ayyar is anxious to visit ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Behind Every Bad News... There Is Good News...

Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Spectacular Story line and a Great Narration
13 November 2010 | by koolkush-kushagraSee all my reviews

I saw this movie long after it actually released, had to watch it on DVD. But, this movie has got the power to hold you till the end. All the characters are perfectly casted and well portrayed. All the credits to N.Chandra for making a superb effort. He is a brilliant director and a narrator. My warm regards to you Sir. Talk about Anupam khers character or Rajpal yadav's simple role of a person coming to Mumbai in search of some work, All characters were very real and the movie was far better in the approach than typical Hindi movies. The message of hope was conveyed brilliantly. I would suggest all to get the DVD from the nearest shop and make it a mandatory viewing.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi | Marathi | English

Release Date:

28 August 2009 (India) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Budget:

INR30,000,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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