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  • Actors: Shahrukh Khan, Sunny Deol, Juhi Chawla, Anupam Kher, Tanvi Azmi
  • Directors: Yash Chopra
  • Producers: Yash Chopra
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Yash Raj Films
  • DVD Release Date: December 15, 2007
  • Run Time: 177 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0016GOJV8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,283 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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A woman is caught between one man's love and another man's obsession. She fears one and fears for the other. One stands for love and the other for life. Who will she choose?

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"DARR was an important film for everyone associated with it. Most of all it was important for Yash Raj Films who had tasted only moderate success with Lamhe and Juhi Chawla, who was looking for perfect ending to the year 1993 so as to come up as Number 1 in the film industry. Shah Rukh had already had a monster hit in baazigar and was hot as sun, Juhi was resplendent and challenging the queens of Bollywood, Sridevi and Madhuri and more than that we had a Yash Raj Banner. The song Jaadu Teri Nazar had become a rage and add the ever dependable Sunny Deol who was coming back from critical appreciation from Damini and you had a lethal combo lined up. The movie moves at good pace usually with perhaps a little too many incidents in the second half. Those could have been done away with. And like the movies of early 90 s it does not have the polished look that yash Raj films were to master with DTPH. Cinematography is quite ordinary at places and the music is pretty ordinary save a couple of songs. The direction is good most of the time but it does not have the deft touches which made Lamhe a classic. Performance wise it is perhaps SRK s more original performance, rest all the films are a copy of this performance with an addition here and a deletion there. KKK Kiran is so much like KKK Kaurwaki. It is definite benchmark for the performances of SRK. But still it would have been nice if he had just curbed his instincts a little and given a controlled performance. Sunny is as plastic as u get and Juhi has pretty much nothing to do but look pretty. Anupam Kher is irritating to say the least. Rest of the cast r there to just compete is a wildlife park. Overall the high that SRK and Juhi were in 1993 got the film a fantastic initial and also miffed more feathers like Sunny who claimed to have been sidelined completely in the film. Yash Raj banner was established and though the movie did not win any major awards it established the Yash Raj banner and gave it the direction to go to in 1990 s." --mouthshut.com

"DARR was an important film for everyone associated with it. Most of all it was important for Yash Raj Films who had tasted only moderate success with Lamhe and Juhi Chawla, who was looking for perfect ending to the year 1993 so as to come up as Number 1 in the film industry. Shah Rukh had already had a monster hit in baazigar and was hot as sun, Juhi was resplendent and challenging the queens of Bollywood, Sridevi and Madhuri and more than that we had a Yash Raj Banner. The song Jaadu Teri Nazar had become a rage and add the ever dependable Sunny Deol who was coming back from critical appreciation from Damini and you had a lethal combo lined up. The movie moves at good pace usually with perhaps a little too many incidents in the second half. Those could have been done away with. And like the movies of early 90 s it does not have the polished look that yash Raj films were to master with DTPH. Cinematography is quite ordinary at places and the music is pretty ordinary save a couple of songs. The direction is good most of the time but it does not have the deft touches which made Lamhe a classic. Performance wise it is perhaps SRK s more original performance, rest all the films are a copy of this performance with an addition here and a deletion there. KKK Kiran is so much like KKK Kaurwaki. It is definite benchmark for the performances of SRK. But still it would have been nice if he had just curbed his instincts a little and given a controlled performance. Sunny is as plastic as u get and Juhi has pretty much nothing to do but look pretty. Anupam Kher is irritating to say the least. Rest of the cast r there to just compete is a wildlife park. Overall the high that SRK and Juhi were in 1993 got the film a fantastic initial and also miffed more feathers like Sunny who claimed to have been sidelined completely in the film. Yash Raj banner was established and though the movie did not win any major awards it established the Yash Raj banner and gave it the direction to go to in 1990 s." --mouthshut.com

"DARR was an important film for everyone associated with it. Most of all it was important for Yash Raj Films who had tasted only moderate success with Lamhe and Juhi Chawla, who was looking for perfect ending to the year 1993 so as to come up as Number 1 in the film industry. Shah Rukh had already had a monster hit in baazigar and was hot as sun, Juhi was resplendent and challenging the queens of Bollywood, Sridevi and Madhuri and more than that we had a Yash Raj Banner. The song Jaadu Teri Nazar had become a rage and add the ever dependable Sunny Deol who was coming back from critical appreciation from Damini and you had a lethal combo lined up. The movie moves at good pace usually with perhaps a little too many incidents in the second half. Those could have been done away with. And like the movies of early 90 s it does not have the polished look that yash Raj films were to master with DTPH. Cinematography is quite ordinary at places and the music is pretty ordinary save a couple of songs. The direction is good most of the time but it does not have the deft touches which made Lamhe a classic. Performance wise it is perhaps SRK s more original performance, rest all the films are a copy of this performance with an addition here and a deletion there. KKK Kiran is so much like KKK Kaurwaki. It is definite benchmark for the performances of SRK. But still it would have been nice if he had just curbed his instincts a little and given a controlled performance. Sunny is as plastic as u get and Juhi has pretty much nothing to do but look pretty. Anupam Kher is irritating to say the least. Rest of the cast r there to just compete is a wildlife park. Overall the high that SRK and Juhi were in 1993 got the film a fantastic initial and also miffed more feathers like Sunny who claimed to have been sidelined completely in the film. Yash Raj banner was established and though the movie did not win any major awards it established the Yash Raj banner and gave it the direction to go to in 1990 s." --mouthshut.com

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By SANJEEV HASTIMAL SANDH on February 9, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie has the great Bollywood actor, Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) in a negative role. He is obsessed with a young woman (Juhi Chawla) and cannot shake it off even when she gets married. This obsession is smoldering inside and has not been manifested to anyone.

Anupam Kher plays an idiotic and comical cricket fanatic, who talk sanely only once, when he is the first one to suspect the diabolic SRK.

The movie has good, hauntingly composed songs, worth listening even today.

SRK should be commended to take on such a negative role and has put a lot of life into it. He makes your skin crawl; very effective, that! A top ranking star in Bollywood has to strategise carefully about his roles in order not to alienate his fan following.

There are a lot of events in the story, but the good prevails over the bad, like in all commercial Bollywood cinema.

The movie is a must see for SRK's extraordinary acting and the excellent songs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hattie Marie Day on June 29, 2012
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Amazing, just fantastic. A little bloody considering it's a bollywood, but completely in keeping with the story-line. The songs and choreography are fun and catchy too, even in a story about a mentally-deranged stalker. Shah Rukh Khan is an amazing actor and it's obvious even in this early role. Definitely not for younger audiences.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pamela V VINE VOICE on October 30, 2011
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Darr has the feeling already of being a bit outdated, even though it was filmed in the early 90's. It's quite different from other Bollywood films we've watched, as there is a dark element to it. Shah Rukh Khan, my teenaged daughters favorite actor, plays a stalker - a man so obsessed with a woman that doesn't even know him - that he is willing to kill her fiance to have her. He manages to hide his obsession from everyone, including the father he lives with.

The music and dancing were great, but my daughter had us turn this one off, as she is such a fan of Shah Rukh Khan, she couldn't bear to see him in such a negative role! Ah, teenagers, right?

If you don't mind watching older Bollywood, with a little bit of Hollywood obsession added to it, pick up Darr. If you'd rather not see the usual hero carving the name Karin into his chest with a sharp knife, better pass on this one!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on July 11, 2012
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This is a classic film of Shah Rukh Khan's. He played a negative roll in this film. His famous line: k-k-k-kiran comes from this film. This is an absolute must have for all Shah Rukh Khan fans.
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A class film! to be honest. 'Darr' is not just a romantic saga or a melodramatic flick, it is a complete entertainment from start to end and will glue your eyes completely to the screen. Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla and Sunny Deol deliver brilliant performances and leave no effort to do justice to their respective roles. The plot is such that it keeps drawing you more and more into it. Everything from the characters to the romantic and sometimes haunting atmospheres will spellbind you. The film has strong characterizations and brilliant direction from Yash Chopra makes this film worth a watch ample of times. On every viewing of the film, you will always experience a thrill.
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By TERE on December 17, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Not just because I am now an official SRK fan since watching all his films but the man is truly amazing and is so talented. He steals the film from all the other actors. The scene where he is playing the drum at her house where they are having a party and she does not suspect him has to be my favorite. I had a hard time hating him. I felt more sorry for him than anything else. I think he was just sick.
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