Khuda Ke Liye (2008)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Social
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Total Reviews: 13
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Review Summary: Brave effort and noble attempt notwithstanding the film is unquestionably a patchy effort marred by didacticism and some limp performances.

Average Critic Rating: (2.96)
Cast: Austin Marie Sayre , Iman Ali , Shan , Shaan , Larry Neumann Jr , Naseeruddin Shah Hameed Sheikh , Naseeruddin Shah , Fawad Khan , Austin Marie Sayre , Rasheed Naaz , Simi Reheal , Hameed Shiekh
Director: Shoaib Mansoor
Release Date: 04 Apr 2008

Plot: Three different people from different continents have problems that relate to Pakistani culture and the subsequent misinterpretations of Islam in Pakistan's society. Two brothers who are singers, Mansoor ( Shaan Shahid ) and Sarmad ( Fawad Afzal Khan ), become two of the best singers in Lahore. Sarmad becomes influenced by Read more

Khuda Ke Liye - Top Reviews

Khuda Kay Liye works as an impassioned plea for tolerance and understanding. Few films change the way you think about the world. This is one of them
Anupama Chopra, NDTV 
KHUDA KAY LIYE is a well-made film but it caters to the thinking audience the intelligentsia mainly.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Cutting across all boundaries – that of religion, nationality and gender— if a film can touch your soul and leave you with what it wants to say, and do so through gripping, masterful storytelling, it’s a complete success.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Khuda Kay Liye the first Pakistani film to be released in India after a hiatus of almost four decades is a topical rendition of contemporary history's most burning issue: Islamic fundamentalism.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
Of the cast, Shan and Fuwad Khan are both first-rate. Iman Ali is believable. Rasheed Naaz as the bigoted mulla strikes just the right note of menace.Bottomline: it has flaws. But what doesn't? After many moons, here's a film that makes a strong, progress
Khalid Mohamed, Hindustan Times 

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Khuda Ke Liye - All Reviews

On the whole, if some one wants to see a serious movie then 'Khuda Ke Liye' is the perfect choice
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The film depicts the dilemma the well-educated, progressive-thinking and liberal Pakistanis face, post 9/11. The West looks at them as potential terrorists, while fundamentalists frown on them. Director Shoaib Mansoor may not be a great technician, but is
I had heard a lot about khuda ke liye..but i thought it would be just another serious kinda movie th...
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AP, Hindustan Times 
The film deserves three stars mostly because it tackles a bold and controversial theme that attacks Islamic fundametalism in a subtle way, and that too, in Pakistan.
After a long time here comes an Asian movie with a well-crafted screenplay, a thought-...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
Brave effort and noble attempt notwithstanding the film is unquestionably a patchy effort marred by didacticism and some limp performances.
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Worth watching!!! Don't miss it!!!
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