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Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa (2003) (Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD)

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A young man Sunny trapped by emotions crosses the border and lands in Pakistan. There he encounters Rukhsar who was trapped in the fire to save the life of a child, he jumps in the fire, and, saves both of them. He again encounters Rukhsar in a party and their love blossoms... And one day she asks him to marry her, he reveals his identity that he is an Indian and he has come to Pakistan for a mission that shocks Rukhsar. His mission concerns her father the man of great principals and morals who is a brigadier in Pakistani army. She feels the sky has fallen on her and her dreams are crushed.

About the Actor

Amrish Puri was born in Naushar (Jalandhar) in the Punjab region of India. His parents were (father) Lala Nihal Chand and (mother) Ved Kaur. He had four siblings, elder brothers Chaman Puri and Madan Puri (both of whom also became actors), elder sister Chandrakanta, and a younger brother, Harish Puri. He graduated from BM College in Simla, Himachal Pradesh. Amrish came to Mumbai with not even hundred rupees in his pocket and made it so big with his sheer hard work, perseverance, and disciplined lifestyle. He married Urmila Divekar on the 5th of January, 1959, at the Shri Krishna Temple in Wadala. The couple had two children, son Rajeev Puri and daughter, Namrata Puri. His son Rajeev is a business man .He has two grand children Sachi and Harsh Vardhan. Sachi is a 19 year old aspiring doctor whereas Harsh is a student in Jamnabai Narsee School(Juhu,Mumbai)and a very enthusiastic young man. Amrish was very close to him. His daughter in law, Meena, is a professional physiotherapist. She practices at her Juhu clinic. Amrish was a very religious person by heart and a Shiv devotee. Amrish Puri worked in Bollywood, Hollywood, Punjabi, Telugu and Tamil films. Though he was successful in all of these industries, he is best known for his work in Bollywood cinema. He has appeared in over four hundred movies. His dominating screen presence & booming voice made him stand out amongst a sea of actors. When Amrish reached Mumbai his brother Madan Puri was already an established actor, known for playing villain roles. Amrish failed his first screen test and had to find a job with the Ministry of Labour. He started performing at the Pritvi Theatre, in plays written by Satyadev Dubey. He eventually became well-known as stage actor. Theatre work led to work in television ads and eventually to film. In 1971 he appeared in his first film, Reshma aur Shera; he played a villain. This was followed by many villain roles in films such as Nishant, Manthan, and Bhumika. He attracted a great deal of attention for his work in Mr. India, a Bollywood movie directed by Shekhar Kapur. He played the evil Mogambo, who encouraged his underlings with the phrase, Mogambo khush hua (Mogambo is pleased). The phrase became a popular catchword.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Kapil Jhaveri, Saloni Aswani, Prem Chopra, Raza Murad, Amrish Puri
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Shemaroo
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2004
  • Run Time: 158 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B004U43TQO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #476,990 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie gives the important message that nothing is achieved by violence. India and Pakistan will only be able to be friends by, well, being friendly to each other. In the name of religion, terrorists invade India and spread bloodshed in Kashmir, both POK and Indian, killing innocent civilians, leaving no room for love. The ending is very poetic and conveys this message beautifully. However, although this message is conveyed, there still is that disgusting Gadar-style Pakistan bashing in the first half. If the theme of the movie is to spread love, then why do is it rip on Pakistan? I have a feeling those dialogues were added in to "commercialize" the film. The ending makes up for it, though.
love the movie it was not like other love stories it was good and it got me crying at the end the acting was good and the plot was just cliff hanging it the best be movie I have seen it is my no. 1 movie. Having the girls dad have to kill was just heart breaking. But when the evil person gets killed at the end showed how the dad felt. It sent out the message of love and peace and the ending was just beautiful with the lovers singing at the end and the countries stop fighting and learnt to love. I hope the 2 main actors will do another movie together and make lots more films. the way they both dyed was just horrific but they were married and were happy that they could be together even if they had to die. The moral of this story was very good and hope i will be seeing more of the two new-coming actors.
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