Black Friday (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Crime, Drama
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Review Summary: BLACK FRIDAY is an outstanding piece of work. One of the finest products to come out of Mumbai this one is a hard-hitting film that has the courage.....

Average Critic Rating: (4.27)
Cast: Kay Kay Menon , Pawan Malhotra , Aditya Srivastav , Zakir Hussain , Pankaj Jha , Murli Sharma , Vijay Morya , Dibyendu Bhattacharya , Arbaaz Ali Khan , Ravindra Kale , Gajraj Rao , Raju Shreshta , Ashraf Ul Haq , Pratima Kazmi , Aditya Bhattacharya , Arindam Mitra , Anurag Kashyap , Jeetendra Shastri , Asif Basra , Ajay Rohila , Kishore Kadam , Imtiaz Ali , Manoj Goyal , Suresh Dubey , Sanjay Gandhi , Uday Chandra , Sachin Suvarna , Rajesh Singh , Arjun Bagga , Sujata Sehgal , Loveleen Mishra , Raj Arjun , Prakash Jais , Ashok Lokhande , Nawazuddin Siddiqui , Milind Inandar , Happy Sharma , Anwar Khan , Bharat Ganeshpure , Sushovan Banerjee , Savi Siddhu , Sarfaraz Khan , Haresh Panchal , Sharad Ponkshe , Vallabh Gade , Pranay Narayan , Aliya Curmally , Suresh Singh , Irshaad
Director: Anurag Kashyap
Release Date: 09 Feb 2007

Plot: On 9 March 1993 a small-time thug, Gul Mohammed, is detained at the Nav Pada police station and confesses to a conspiracy underway to bomb major locations around the city. The police dismiss his confession and, three days later, Bombay is torn apart by a series of explosions leaving 257 Read more

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BLACK FRIDAY is an outstanding piece of work. One of the finest products to come out of Mumbai this one is a hard-hitting film that has the courage.....
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Director Anurag Kashyap's cinema is powerful pointed and hard-hitting that needs to be seen.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
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Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
It's human to be judgmental. To have opinions. Slam verdicts without blinking an eyelid. And then you have director Anurag Kashyap. A man possessed with the truth serum. For when you come out of 'Black Friday' what hits you the hardest is the naked honesty with which the dark story of Bombay Bomb Blasts of 1993 unfolds. Everyone knows blood on the streets can only be a gory sight. But when the bloody blasts are symbolized by the whistling silence, it unnerves in a strange unmentionable way. 'Black Friday' is not merely a film. It's a film that best of films all over the world would be flattered to be compared with.
India Glitz
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Satyajit, Smash Hits
Black Friday is reality cinema at its best. The gripping storyline execution award worthy performances and the hard hitting facts are the major plus points of the movie. Black Friday - A time machine to terror and fear.
Ashok Nayak, Now Running
Watching the film is like reliving the tragedy and horror that has left a mark on every Indian in Mumbai and around the world tooThe film directed by Anurag Kashyap went through a lot of problems after its making but has finally released and depicts some
Bollywood Mantra
On Friday, March 12, 1993, Mumbai, then known as Bombay was rocked by serial bomb blasts in its most densely populated areas. More than 250 innocent people died and hundreds more were injured. As fingers were pointed and law enforcement investigated the c
Vijay Venkataramanan, Planet Bollywood
After a two-year wait, Anurag Kashyap’s Black Friday, a blow by blow account of the Mumbai bomb blasts of 1993 makes it to the screen.
Deepa Gahlot, SIFY
Black Friday, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is based on crime reporter Hussain Zaidi’s book by the same name.
Director : Music : Starring :Anurag Kashyap  Indian Ocean  Kay Kay Menon, Aditya Srivastav, Pawan Malhotra.By Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network If you don’t have the stomach to digest the truth, stay away from this one; if you do, then this one
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
The 1993 Mumbai serial blasts hold a story that needs to be told, and Black Friday tells it well.
Prithviraj Hegde, Rediff