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Vedang Manerikar over 7 years ago
This film ranks in the Top 5 Hindi films I've ever seen.
Kiran Kalyan over 7 years ago
Kapil Reddy over 7 years ago
Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, (हज़ारों ख्वाहिशें ऐसी) (2005) is an Indian movie made by director Sudhir Mishra in 2003, but released in 2005. Set against the backdrop of the Indian Emergency, the movie tells the story of three youngsters in the 70s, when India was undergoing massive social and political changes. The movie's title is taken from the couplet of Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib. It went to 12 film festivals in 6 months including Turkey, Estonia, River to River (Florence), Berlin, Edinburgh, Washington, India (Goa), Bite The Mango (Bradford), Commonwealth (Manchester), India (Los Angeles), Dallas, and Pacific Rim (California). The film opens in Delhi University in Hindu College with the story of three students, Kay Kay Menon (as Siddhartha Tyabji), Chitrangada Singh (as Geeta Rao) and Shiney Ahuja (as Vikram Malhotra). It follows their lives over the next five years in a story of politics, love, and ambition. Shiney Ahuja's role has him as a pining lover one moment and a political fixer...
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