Deewaar (2004)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, War, Action
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63%
Total Reviews: 8
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Review Summary: DEEWAAR is a stirring example of courage and the indomitable...

Average Critic Rating: (2.88)
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan , Sanjay Dutt , Akshaye Khanna , Amrita Rao , Kay Kay Menon , Tanuja , Raghuveer Yadav , Arif Zakaria , Raj Zutshi , Virendra Saxena , Akhilendra Mishra , Aditya Srivastav , Piyush Mishra , Ashraf Ul Haq , Anil Yadav , Minal Patel , Kamlesh Sawant , Saurabh Dubey
Director: Milan Luthria
Release Date: 25 Jun 2004

Plot: The film opens with the strong leadership of trade unionist, Anand Verma ( Satyen Kappu ), who works hard to enhance the lives of struggling laborers. He lives in a modest home with his wife, Sumitra Devi ( Nirupa Roy ), and their two young sons, Vijay ( Amitabh Bachchan Read more

Deewaar - Top Reviews

If you are under the impression that DEEWAAR is about Prisoners of War languishing in the jails of Pakistan, you are bang on target!
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
DEEWAAR is a stirring example of courage and the indomitable...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Deewaar - All Reviews

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(In) This school of ours he's the headmaster!" guffaws Sanjay Dutt
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While several films have been made on the war theme, for the first time comes a film that will depict the traumatic life of a PoW (prisoner of war)
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Before its release, everyhting about Deewaar was big: big hype, big cast (read: Big B), big producer (Gaurang Doshi, who previously made the mesmirizing Aankhen, also with Amitabh Bachchan), and big expectations. Everything from the publicity to the very
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