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Anuradha Verma is a prominent criminal lawyer and a single mother who has never lost a case. One day her daughter Sanaya is kidnapped and no ransom is demanded, but instead the kidnapper contacts her and tells her that she has to defend a convicted felon to get her daughter back. The felon is Miyaaz Shaikh who is convicted for rape and murder of a young woman and the case against him is set for judgement in four days. The kidnapper keeps track of Anuradha very closely to make sure she complies with his demand. With the pressure of time against her, Anuradha tries to get help from her suspended police friend Yohan who has been suspended from the police force for flaunting the rules and regulations too often. The case against Miyaaz Shaikh is handled by a renowned public prosecutor played by Atul Kulkarni who has been defeated by Anuradha and hence has a long time professional rivalry against her. How Anuradha races against time and saves her daughter by twisting the laws to win the ...Written by
Pyar Tune Kya Kiya was initially titled "Jazbaa". See more »
(Around 53 mins) Anu's wristwatch now shows 11:15, while it was showing 10:35 and was dead (the seconds hand was stationary) when she was rummaging inside the cardboard box earlier (around 0:47:31). A few shots later (at 0:55:06), again it shows a different time. See more »
Really enjoyed a highly Intense thriller with a great twist. The acting was superb, Aishwarya, Irfan Khan and Shabana Azmi played their roles superbly, the film also raised some important social issues around treatment of women. The film keeps you on the edge of your seat and takes you through a roller-coaster ride as you feel the emotions going through the main character played by Aishwarya. Irfan Khan is charismatic as ever proving why he is one the finest and sought after Actors in the world. Overall believable and compelling characters in unbelievable yet fascinating situations. Plot twists that leave you stunned and amazed at having the rug spectacularly pulled out from under your feet. Suspense scenes that, spectacular though they might be, serve to strengthen the storyline. And, most of all, this is the kind of story that grips you like a vice, never knowing what's coming until the very end.
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