A loyal henchman is ordered by his boss to keep an eye on his mistress, and trouble begins when he refuses to kill her.

Director:

Mohit Suri

Writer:

Shagufta Rafique (dialogue & screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Emraan Hashmi ... Shivam Pandit
Mrinalini Sharma ... Reema
Ashish Vidyarthi ... Raja D. Malik
Ashutosh Rana ... Bharat Daulat Malik
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Salil Acharya ... Ronnie B. Malik
J. Brandon Hill
Rehan Khan ... Bilal
Purab Kohli ... Munna R. Malik
Atul Parchure ... Siddharth Sood
Shaad Randhawa ... Kabir - Bharat's goon
Shriya Saran ... Aaliyah

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Brought up by a gangster named Bharat Malik, Shivam Pandit lives a faithless and reckless lifestyle, doing the bidding of his mentor - which also includes being a hit-man. Bharat does not get along with his brother, Raj, and nephew, Munna, who also resent the fact that Bharat trusts Shivam more than he even trusts his son, Ronnie. Shivam's life does change when he meets and falls in love with a devout Muslim woman, Aaliyah. Shivam wants to wed Aaliyah, but her father opposes this due to Shivam's criminal background, and the fact that he has been in prison twice. When Shivam insists on getting married regardless of the consequences, Aaliyah's dad aims a gun at him, but Shivam ducks and the bullet hits Aaliyah, killing her instantly. Shivam returns to his aimless lifestyle, this time in Hong Kong, still continuing to work for Bharat. When Bharat asks him to spy on his Pakistani mistress, Reema, Shivam does so, and finds out that she has a lover named Bilal. Shivam agrees to it but ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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The title Awaarapan was going to be used for the film " Woh Lahme". Later Mukesh Bhatt changed his mind. See more »

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Remake of A Bittersweet Life (2005) See more »

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Toh Phir Aao (Lounge Version)
Performed by Mustafa Zahid
Written by Sayeed Qadri
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One of the best Indian movie of 2006
18 September 2007 | by jatintSee all my reviews

Awarapan was different, nothing same like other bollywood romantic craps..

There are a few Indian movies which are worth watching like Kalyug, Gangster, Rang De Basanti and this one..

Rating:

Action: 7 out of 10 (John Woo style)

Story: 7 out of 10 (Awesome story with a nice Indian culture touch)

Direction: 8 out of 10 (Mohit Suri did it again)

Originality: 4 out of 10 (Scenes taken from A Bittersweet Life)

Casting: 8 out of 10 (Emraan Hashmi, Ashutosh Rana, Purab and the Paki girl were amazing).

I give it 7 out of 10 overall.


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Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

29 June 2007 (India) See more »

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Amor Errante See more »

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$3,811,744
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NH Studioz, Vishesh Films See more »
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