Krantiveer-The Revolution (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
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Total Reviews: 6
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Review Summary: Jahan Bloch wants to carry on Krantiveer dad Nana Patekar's unfinished agenda of changing the world. Like him she too wants to rid the nation of its corpus of corrupt over-the-hill netas who have no idea -- and no desire -- of clean governance. She joins

Average Critic Rating: (2.67)
Cast: Jahan Bloch , Samir Aftab , Farida Jalal
Director: Mehul Kumar
Release Date: 01 Jan 2010

Plot: Pratap Tilak( Nana Patekar ) is the grandson of Bheeshmanarayan Tilak a freedom fighter. Pratap starts gambling and spoiling attack and he dies. Pratap's mother Durgadevi( Farida Jalal ) asks him to leave the village and go away. Pratap comes to Mumbai where he saves life of chawl owner, Laxminath's( Read more

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Jahan Bloch wants to carry on Krantiveer dad Nana Patekar's unfinished agenda of changing the world. Like him she too wants to rid the nation of its corpus of corrupt over-the-hill netas who have no idea -- and no desire -- of clean governance. She joins
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
There’s a reason why all well-intentioned film don’t work.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY

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But, its songs like "Lau Jali Sanson mein seene mein lau jail and 'Firangi Paani chadh gaya' are likely to be on the viewers' lips
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Mehul Kumar  Sachin -Jigar  Sameer  Samir Aftab, Adiya Singh Rajput, Harsh Rajput, Jahan Bloch, Ranjeet, Farida Jalal, Govind Namdeo, Mukesh Tiwari, Aman Verma, Hiten PaintalKrantiveer - The Revolution Movie Review Ju
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Roshni (Jahan Bloch) is the young daughter of the man responsible for the last revolution, Pratap Narayan Tilak and his wife (Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia). She just like her dad wants to rid the nation of corruption, and the evils present in the socie
OneIndia
When Nana Patekar jabbered on and on in the initial installment, you sat, jaw-opened and listened. This time round, you yawn because the actors’ ham and the plot is so hackneyed. What is meant to be portrayed doesn’t come out. In fact, you are left wonder
Roshni Mulchandani, Bolly Spice