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A conman Roy, gets dumped by his girl-friend. Then he finds out he has a fatal disease. On the verge of death, he resolves to do some good, by helping his apprentice Dittu hoodwink the mobster who hurt his (Dittu's) family.
An Inspector is assigned to track down a large sum of stolen money. His investigations lead him to a couple of small time crooks, a village belle, a murder, an absconding suspect, and an international drug dealer.
Two young lovers are compatible in every way - they even agree that marriage is futile. However, their emotions are not so easily managed, especially when they witness the unconditional love of the older couple with whom they live.
A Hindu man and a Muslim woman fall in love in a small village and move to Mumbai, where they have two children. However, growing religious tensions and erupting riots threaten to tear the family apart.
Ragini re-locates to distant Lal Matti along with her Superintendent of Police husband, Dev Pratap Sharma, in order to enable him to apprehend a bandit, Beera Munda. Shortly thereafter her life will be turned upside down when she will be abducted by Beera and held captive. It is during this captivity she will not only find out that her fate will be decided within 14 hours, but also the real reason behind her abduction.Written by
Two Films namely-"Kites" and "Raavan" together, have lost 2billion ($40mil.) Rupees,at the Box office. Both, have silly stories with bad fillers. What exactly is the point in "Raavan"? May I ask? Except the cinematography and few "Native" scenes the whole movie is redundant. It's difficult to fathom that a director capable of a movie like "Guru" would come with this pointless piece of perversion. Abishek Bachchan, who had been molded by Mani Ratnam, should be thankful to him for having faith in his acting but this movie is a step back for him. As far as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan-expectation of her acting is limited and this vehicle does nothing to her image. The audience in India is sophisticated-including the front bencher's-and if Mani Ratnam, thinks, he is entertaining the masses with crude histrionics, somber dialog, disjointed clips of forest and swamps to a chest thumping drum beats of A.R. Rahman...he is clearly mistaken.
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