Escape From Taliban (2003)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins War, Thriller, Drama
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Review Summary: On the whole ESCAPE FROM TALIBAN is engaging to an extent but has some loopholes

Average Critic Rating: (2.38)
Cast: Manisha Koirala , Prithvi Zutshi , Nawab Shah , Alyy Khan , Feroz , Benika Deepak , Asha Sharma , Yusuf Hussain , Parveen Bano , Ali Khan , Shabnam Kapoor , Mili , Rashmi Inder , Aditya , Kavita , Kanishka , Yogi Singh , Kamal Malik , Dharmendra Singh , Khan Jahangir Khan
Director: Ujjwal Chatterjee
Release Date: 14 Feb 2003

Plot: Escape From Taliban is a 2003 Indian film that is directed by Ujjal Chattopadhyaya. The film is based on the story A Kabuliwala's Bengali Wife by Sushmita Banerjee, who fled Afghanistan in 1995 after six years of living there with her Afghan husband. During that time, the Taliban issued a Read more

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On the whole ESCAPE FROM TALIBAN is engaging to an extent but has some loopholes
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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