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DOR was a fresh breathe of life- Shreyas Talpade
Bollywood Trade News Network
DOR, the critically acclaimed film was launched on DVD by Shreyas Talpade and Nagesh Kukunoor. The film will be claiming a pie in all award functions with the stellar performances and great story line. The Awards tally has begun with Ayesha Takia and Shreyas Talpade winning the Critics Best Actress and the Best Comedian Award respectively at the Star Screen Awards. Says Shreyas Talpade, 'IQBAL got me a foothold into the industry, but all the offers that came in later were that of handicapped characters. DOR was a fresh breathe of life'.
The movie has been a challenging experience for Director Nagesh Kukunoor. Says Nagesh,' It was very grueling. It was my most physically challenging and demanding movies. When I was done, I just wanted to sleep for a month.”
The DVD has been loaded with extra features and is released by Excel Home Videos. Says M.N. Kapasi, Managing Director, Excel Home Videos, 'The DVD has features like ‘deleted scenes’, ‘audio commentary by the Director’ and 'Location Hunt' to supplement the movie experience'
DOR tells the story of Zeenat (Gul Panag) and Mira (Ayesha Takia), women from two different worlds. Mira hails from Rajasthan. The mystic and forlorn beauty of the desert coupled with the orthodox ideas and views, reflects Mira's life, whereas, confidence and vigor is synonymous with Zeenat, the girl from lush and green Himachal. Their husbands go out to work in the Gulf to make things better at their respective places. The story takes a turn when Mira's husband gets killed and Zeenat's husband is held responsible for it. The only way Zeenat's husband can be saved is by a letter from Mira's stating her forgiveness. Zeenat begins the quest to find Meera. On the way she meets up with a ‘Behrupiya’, played by Shreyas Talpade. She finds Meera and befriends her with the ulterior motive but true friendship blossoms. The revelation and the final confrontation form the climax.