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Udaan 2010 (Indian Cinema)




















Udaan (Hindi: उड़ान, English: Flight) is a 2010 Hindi film produced by Sanjay Singh, Anurag Kashyap, and Ronnie Screwvala; and directed by Vikramaditya Motwane. The film was officially selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard (A Certain Glance) category at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival

17-year-old Rohan is expelled from the reputed Bishop Cotton School, Shimla boarding school along with three friends Vikram, Benoy and Maninder when they are caught by their warden watching an adult movie off campus .

Rohan returns home to Jamshedpur to a stern and abusive father and a 6-year-old half-brother, Arjun (who he didn't even know, existed), not knowing what's in store for him. His father forces him to attend engineering classes at the local university and work at his metal works factory. His father's disappointment takes the form of verbal and physical abuse and constant humiliation. His kind uncle supports Rohan's ambition of being a writer, but his father will have none of it. One night he sneaks out of the house, takes his father's car and goes to a local bar. There he meets some seniors from his college who try to rag him but later become his friends. Then he does this regularly, taking his father's car and drinking at the bar.

An uninterested Rohan deliberately fails the exam so that his father will give up on him, leaving him free to pursue his dream of becoming a writer. At exactly the same time, his father is summoned immediately to school to take Arjun away because of something he has done. This causes his father to lose an important contract. Rohan comes home to a scene where Arjun is being rushed to the hospital for some unknown reason. His father says that Arjun fell down the stairs. Fearful of complicating matters, Rohan lies to his father and says that he passed his exams. His father then goes to Calcutta on an urgent business trip leaving Rohan to take care of Arjun in the hospital.

In the hospital, Rohan impresses a lot of people including doctors and nurses with his stories and poems. He finds out that Arjun was beaten by his father after losing a contract worth millions of rupees. While he befriends Arjun he gets to know that Arjun had a fight with his schoomate and had hurt a couple of them. Then his father comes back from Calcutta and finds out he has failed the exams. He has a fight with his father and is assaulted by him in the night and next day his father apologises to him. A somewhat hopeful Rohan feels that maybe his father has realized the error of his ways. His father then stuns Rohan by declaring that he is going to marry again and decides to send Arjun to a boarding school while Rohan is supposed to work full-time at the factory. His father has a fight with his uncle when his uncle desires to keep Arjun with him. Rohan pleads with his uncle to take him away. Furious about this, his father burns Rohan's diary where he has written all his poems. Rohan calls Maninder who tells him that he, Vikram and Benoy are now working at Vikram's restaurant in Mumbai and Maninder invites him too.

One day, Rohan takes all his frustration out on his father's car and some policemen happen to see him in the act. He spends a night in prison after his father knows about the car and leaves him there. When he goes home, his to-be stepmother and her relatives are there. He takes a bath, packs his thing leaves home. A dejected Arjun watches him sadly. Rohan asks as to when he will be leaving for boarding school. Arjun says he would be leaving the next day. Rohan simply wishes him luck and prepares to leave. On his way out, Rohan exchanges some words with his father and when confronted, punches his father and runs away. He spends the night in his uncle's house and the next morning, suddenly realizes that he cannot leave his brother at the mercy of the same circumstances that he left. He goes to his home and takes Arjun with him to Mumbai leaving a note behind warning his father to stay away from them. The movie ends with Rohan and Arjun walking away holding hands.

Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane

Produced by Sanjay Singh, Anurag Kashyap, Ronnie Screwvala

Written by Vikramaditya Motwane, Anurag Kashyap

Starring Rajat Barmecha, Ronit Roy, Aayan Boradia, Ram Kapoor, Manjot Singh, Anand Tiwari, Sumant Mastkar, Raja Hudda, Varun Khettry, Akshay Sachdev

Music by Amit Trivedi

Cinematography Mahendra J. Shetty

Editing by Dipika Kalra

Release date(s) July 16, 2010

Running time 138 Minutes

The film was released in the India on July 16, grossing 3.2 crores INR in theatres.

The music for Udaan is composed by Amit Trivedi and includes 7 tracks. The lyrics have been done by Amitabh Bhattacharya and Anurag Kashyap. The film's music got overwhelming response from the critics. Amit Trivedi's rock & grunge style was highly appreciated whereas Anurag Kashyap's lyrical debut "Motumaster"'s lyrics had got good response. Amitabh Bhattacharya's lyrics in the other tracks were called "a classy act".

Awards:
The film was officially selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard (A Certain Glance) category at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Udaan was first Indian film to be part of Cannes' official section in seven years. Udaan got screened in 40th Giffoni Film Festival for children's films in Italy[18] bagging Audience Choice Award along with the trophy for Best Music Score. It has also been adjudicated as the Best Film and Motwane as the Best Director at the 17th Annual Star Screen Awards. Udaan won Best Narrative Feature at the Indian Film Festival in Los Angeles in April 2011.

56th Annual Filmfare Awards 2011

Udaan won 7 awards at the 56th Filmfare Awards, more than any other film that year.

Best Supporting Actor (Male): Ronit Roy
Best Film (Critics): Vikramaditya Motwane and Sanjay Singh
Best Screenplay: Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane
Best Story: Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane
Best Background Music: Amit Trivedi
Best Cinematography: Mahendra Shetty
Best Sound Design Award: Kunal Sharma (shared with Pritam Das - 'Love Sex aur Dhokha')

17th Annual Star Screen Awards 2011

Best Film: Anurag Kashyap (Producer)
Best Director: Vikramaditya Motwane - Udaan
Best Actor in a Negative Role: Ronit Roy - Udaan
Best Child Artiste: Ayaan Barodia - Udaan




Do naina aur ek kahani... Masoom



Do naina aur ek kahani... Masoom


Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji



huzoor is kadar bhi na itraa ke chaliye... Masoom



huzoor is kadar bhi na itraa ke chaliye... Masoom


Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji


LAKDI KI KATHI KATHI PE GHORA [HD SONG] ... FILM - MASOOM



LAKDI KI KATHI KATHI PE GHORA [HD SONG] ... FILM - MASOOM


Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji



Masoom (Indian Cinema)




























Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji



Tujhse Naraz Nahin Zindagi - Masoom - Lata Mangeshkar



Tujhse Naraz Nahin Zindagi - Masoom - Lata Mangeshkar


Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji






TUJSE NARAZ NAHI ZINDAGI (MASOOM) Male Version



TUJSE NARAZ NAHI ZINDAGI (MASOOM)


Masoom (Hindi: मासूम meaning "The Innocent") is a 1983 Indian film and Shekhar Kapur's first directorial venture. The critically acclaimed film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Tanuja, Supriya Pathak and Saeed Jaffrey, as well as child actors Jugal Hansraj, Aradhana and Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay and dialogues were written by Gulzar and the music was contributed by R.D. Burman. The plot was broadly based on Man, Woman and Child written by Erich Segal. Shekhar Kapoor the director of the movie went on to make several other internationally acclaimed movies in the future like, Bandit Queen and Elizabeth.

ndu (Shabana Azmi) and DK (Naseeruddin Shah) have a happy marriage and have 2 daughters. The tranquility of their home is shattered when DK receives word that he has a son - early in his marriage to Indu, he had a brief affair with another woman (Supriya Pathak), who had his child but never told him. Now that she is dead, the boy, Rahul (Jugal Hansraj), is in need of a home. Despite the objections of Indu, who is devastated to learn of her husband's unfaithfulness, the boy comes to stay with them in Delhi for some time. Rahul is never told that DK is actually his father. Rahul bonds with Indu and DK's daughters - and with DK - but Indu can't bear to look at the boy, who she sees as a tangible reminder of DK's betrayal. DK, worried by the effect that Rahul is having on his family, decides to put the latter in a boarding school in St. Joseph's College, Nainital, which Rahul accepts with reluctance. After gaining admission at the school and returning to Delhi before his permanent move to Nainital, Rahul figures out that DK is his father and runs away from home. After he is escorted home by a security guard, Rahul confesses his awareness of the identity of his father to Indu. Indu is unable to bear the heartbreak of the young child and intercepts Rahul before he is put onto the train to Nainital, thereby accepting Rahul into the family and wholeheartedly forgiving DK.

Directed by Shekhar Kapur

Produced by Devi Dutt

Screenplay by Gulzar

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak, Saeed Jaffrey, Jugal Hansraj, Aradhna, Urmila Matondkar as a child

Music by RD Burman

Cinematography Pravin Bhatt

Editing by Aruna Raje, Vikas Desai

Distributed by Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd.

Release date(s) 1983

Running time 165 minutes

Awards:
Filmfare awards
Best actor -- Naseeruddin Shah
Best music -- R.D. Burman
Best lyrics -- Gulzar
Best female playback singer -- Aarti Mukherji



Iqbal - A Story Above Cricket - Aankhon Mein Sapna



Iqbal - A Story Above Cricket - Aankhon Mein Sapna


Movie:
Iqbal


Iqbal (Hindi: इक़्बाल) is a 2005 Hindi Bollywood film written by Vipul K Rawal and directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and was released under Subhash Ghai's new banner, "Mukta Searchlight Films".

The story follows a cricket-obsessed boy from a remote Indian village as he aims to overcome his difficulties and become a cricketer and fulfil his dream of playing for the Indian national cricket team.

Written by Vipul K Rawal, Iqbal tells the story of Iqbal (Shreyas Talpade), a deaf and mute boy, who dreams of playing cricket for India. However, he is discouraged by his father who thinks that Iqbal's daydreams are a waste of time. Instead, he wants Iqbal to help him tend to the crops and become a farmer like him, which would be a stable profession.

Iqbal's sister, Khadija (Shweta Prasad), however, helps him try out for a nearby academy run by Guruji (Girish Karnad), an influential former India captain, who accepts him for his talent. However, when Iqbal competes with a rich boy, Kamal, who is also the star of the academy, he is thrown out by Guruji out of fear of Kamal's father, who bankrolls the academy. Iqbal seeks help from the local drunkard, Mohit (Naseeruddin Shah), who was once a great cricketer and persuades him to be his coach. They are able to train in a nearby field, using Iqbal's buffaloes (named after actual members of the Indian cricket team) as fielders.

Mohit trains Iqbal and gets him a place on the Andhra Pradesh Ranji Trophy team, despite Iqbal not having any previous cricketing experience. Iqbal plays marvelously for the team, which was a weak team before he joined, and is soon noticed by the press and cricket selectors alike. However, when the final match of the season pits Iqbal against his rival, Kamal, Guruji tries to bribe Iqbal to bowl badly so that the national team scouts at the game would select Kamal for the national cricket team. Iqbal succumbs to his offer, out of concern for his father, who is facing financial difficulties and may lose his lands. Luckily, a sports agent is able to offer him a better deal, and Iqbal bowls with his usual fiery pace and wins the match for his team. He also impresses the onlooking national team selector Kapil Dev (in a special guest role), and wins a place in the national team.
In the end Iqbal is shown donning the Indian Colours.

The music is composed by duo Salim-Sulaiman and Himesh Reshammiya

Awards:
National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues - Nagesh Kukunoor
Zee Cine Critics Award - Best Actor - Shreyas Talpade

Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor

Produced by Subhash Ghai

Written by Vipul K Rawal

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shreyas Talpade, Shweta Prasad, Yatin Karyekar.

Music by Salim-Sulaiman, Sukhwinder Singh

Cinematography Sudeep Chatterjee

Editing by Sanjib Datta

Distributed by Mukta Searchlight Films

Release date(s) 20 January 2006


Running Time: 2:07:45

Quality: 720 (High Definition)

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Aashayen - Iqbal Movie 2005



Aashayen - Iqbal Movie 2005


Movie:
Iqbal

Iqbal (Hindi: इक़्बाल) is a 2005 Hindi Bollywood film written by Vipul K Rawal and directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and was released under Subhash Ghai's new banner, "Mukta Searchlight Films".

The story follows a cricket-obsessed boy from a remote Indian village as he aims to overcome his difficulties and become a cricketer and fulfil his dream of playing for the Indian national cricket team.

Written by Vipul K Rawal, Iqbal tells the story of Iqbal (Shreyas Talpade), a deaf and mute boy, who dreams of playing cricket for India. However, he is discouraged by his father who thinks that Iqbal's daydreams are a waste of time. Instead, he wants Iqbal to help him tend to the crops and become a farmer like him, which would be a stable profession.

Iqbal's sister, Khadija (Shweta Prasad), however, helps him try out for a nearby academy run by Guruji (Girish Karnad), an influential former India captain, who accepts him for his talent. However, when Iqbal competes with a rich boy, Kamal, who is also the star of the academy, he is thrown out by Guruji out of fear of Kamal's father, who bankrolls the academy. Iqbal seeks help from the local drunkard, Mohit (Naseeruddin Shah), who was once a great cricketer and persuades him to be his coach. They are able to train in a nearby field, using Iqbal's buffaloes (named after actual members of the Indian cricket team) as fielders.

Mohit trains Iqbal and gets him a place on the Andhra Pradesh Ranji Trophy team, despite Iqbal not having any previous cricketing experience. Iqbal plays marvelously for the team, which was a weak team before he joined, and is soon noticed by the press and cricket selectors alike. However, when the final match of the season pits Iqbal against his rival, Kamal, Guruji tries to bribe Iqbal to bowl badly so that the national team scouts at the game would select Kamal for the national cricket team. Iqbal succumbs to his offer, out of concern for his father, who is facing financial difficulties and may lose his lands. Luckily, a sports agent is able to offer him a better deal, and Iqbal bowls with his usual fiery pace and wins the match for his team. He also impresses the onlooking national team selector Kapil Dev (in a special guest role), and wins a place in the national team.
In the end Iqbal is shown donning the Indian Colours.

The music is composed by duo Salim-Sulaiman and Himesh Reshammiya

Awards:
National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues - Nagesh Kukunoor
Zee Cine Critics Award - Best Actor - Shreyas Talpade

Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor

Produced by Subhash Ghai

Written by Vipul K Rawal

Starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shreyas Talpade, Shweta Prasad, Yatin Karyekar.

Music by Salim-Sulaiman, Sukhwinder Singh

Cinematography Sudeep Chatterjee

Editing by Sanjib Datta

Distributed by Mukta Searchlight Films

Release date(s) 20 January 2006


Running Time: 2:07:45

Quality: 720 (High Definition)

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