MOVIE NAME: ANWAR (BOLLYWOOD MOVIE DOWNLOAD) (DVD-RIP)
CAST: Manisha Koirala, Siddharth Koirala, Nauheed Cyrusi, Hiten Tejwani
MUSIC: Mithoon and Pankaj Awasthi
DIRECTOR: Manish Jha
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"ANWAR" MOVIE SYNOPSIS:
Anwar's best friend Master Pasha (Vijay Raaz), a skilled sketcher, tutors him on love -- Incidentally, he too has a tragic love story. He teaches him that true love is what Mira and Lord Krishna shared, and that Romeo-Juliet and Heer Ranjha are just stories. A mesmerised Anwar madly loves Mehroo and can't risk losing her. So when his Hindu friend Udit (Hiten Tejwani) snatches his lady love from him, all hell breaks loose.
Tipped by Anwar, the girl's brothers kill the Hindu lover as the couple try to elope. The girl subsequently commits suicide, and Anwar feels responsible for her death. So he sets off on a journey to the unknown. However, life has more suffering in store for him as he gets labeled as a terrorist who has laid siege of a temple.
The local politician, who has not shown his face in his constituency since elections 5 years ago, sees this as a perfect opportunity to retain his seat. His communal dialogues seem akin to the often-heard rhetoric in real life. As the propaganda spreads, people throng the temple premises to kill the one who has dared to defile it. Soon, the scene becomes that of a village fair with entertainment programmes being organized by the politician to keep the people engrossed.
Meanwhile, the Superintendent of Police S P Tiwari (Yashpal Sharma) of the area is keen on getting over with the imbroglio. The reason -- his loving wife is a cancer patient in her final moments and there is no one with her except for his daughter. Another character facing a similar problem is Anita (Manisha Koirala), a TV journalist a la Barkha Dutt. She has just broken up with her husband.
How Manish Jha weaves these different love stories -- showing the ups and down in their lives, coupled with religious equations in the country and how the ruling class takes advantage of these equations -- is what Anwar is all about.