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ANWAR out now on Shemaroo's VCDs and DVDs
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ANWAR a sensible, sensitive, intense film with an audience of its own, is out now on Shemaroo's VCDs and DVDs. This film, introducing Siddharth Koirala - actress Manisha Koiralas brother is bound to lay a platform for him as far as his acting career goes. It goes without saying that, working with a thought provoking Director like Manish Jha, ought to bring in a dynamic experience for anyone.
The movie is deep, with some sensational and soulful music by Roop Kumar Rathod, Sayeed Quadri, Mithoon and Punkaj Awasthi. The film’s phenomenal music has been really appreciated by the masses. Not only the music, but also its picturisation has been beautifully depicted which conveys a lot of the films storyline. This in turn has made Anwar more and more popular, thereby increasing its home video audiences.
The casting is also very interesting, with the delicate Nauheed Cyrusi on one hand and the comical Rajpal Yadav on the other. Apart from them a host of other talented stars all go into making this movie stand apart. ANWAR is a mixture of a series of love stories, political satire, serious social drama and an epic tragedy. Siddharth Koirala [Anwar] is a sensitive Muslim youth in his early twenties who inevitably faces a harsh reality, which stirs a conflict within him. It is this journey which the film takes you through. Nauheed Cyrusi is the love of Anwars life and through the film her constant effort is to battle the status quo placed upon Muslim women. Manisha Koiralas role forms the basis for large parts of the films narrative since she plays a principled journalist for a leading television channel, where she reports on the controversial situation.
While the theatrical release of ANWAR has not made waves, its home video release has tremendous potential and is definitely going to be in demand. It will be extremely popular among offbeat movie fans, since ANWAR specially caters to its select audience.