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A poor but talented Kashmiri boy Noor, is hired as a stable-keeper by Begum. He is deeply infatuated with her daughter Firdaus. Begum notices his actions and sends Firdaus to London. She asks Noor to become successful in order to win Firdaus' love. When he grows up, he becomes one of the most successful young artist of India. But Begum has another plans to demolish his desires.
Anay Goswami's camera work is stellar. Abhishek Kapoor frames every scene like it's a piece of art. He's a modern day Sanjay Leela Bhansali in terms of setting up his frame. Like the former, his attention to detail is exceptional. Fitoor is a good looking film (and we aren't talking about the lead cast). The first half is a visual treat. The long panoramic shots of Dal Lake, or the autumn lit apple trees are outstanding. The film begins with young Firdaus and Noor (brilliant casting) who are impressive. Especially the boy who plays the young Aditya Roy Kapur is phenomenal. Amit Trivedi's score for the film is in sync with the storyline and creates the right ambiance for its characters to develop. Pashmina and Fitoor title track both are hauntingly melodic.
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