Raanjhanaa Full Hindi Movie Hd 720p Dvd 2013l
Raanjhanaa Full Hindi Movie Hd 720p Dvd 2013l
Raanjhanaa is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film directed by Aanand L. Rai and written by Himanshu Sharma. The film stars Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Swara Bhaskar. It marks the Hindi film debut for Dhanush, who is a popular actor in Tamil cinema. The film was released on 21 June 2013 worldwide, while the Tamil version titled Ambikapathy was released a week later. The film received positive reviews from critics and audiences, and was a commercial success at the box office. The film also won several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue and the Zee Cine Award for Best Music Director for A. R. Rahman.
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The film tells the story of Kundan Shankar, a Hindu Brahmin boy from Varanasi, who falls in love with Zoya Haider, a Muslim girl from the same city. Their love faces many obstacles due to their religious and social differences, as well as the political turmoil in the country. The film explores the themes of love, friendship, loyalty, sacrifice and redemption.
Kundan Shankar is the only son of Tamil Hindu Brahmin parents settled in Varanasi. While collecting donations at his teacher's house for Dussehra when he was a child, he sees Zoya, a Muslim girl praying in the adjacent room. He immediately falls in love with her and for years would attempt to talk to her or flirt with her, while not even knowing her name. Zoya slaps him multiple times, before getting quite fond of him and finally telling him her name. She asks him to meet her in private, and when they do she finds out that Kundan is from a Hindu Brahmin family. She starts to avoid him on purpose as her family is very orthodox, and she knows for sure that her relationship with Kundan would go nowhere. Zoya's family figures out that she likes a Hindu boy, and decide to send her away to Aligarh for further studies. After she leaves, Kundan tries to get on her family's good side by helping them with chores around their house.
Zoya gets into Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi and starts making new friends, falling for student leader Akram Zaidi. Eight years later, Zoya comes back home to Varanasi. Kundan cannot contain his excitement, but Zoya barely remembers him. He asks her to be with him but she declines and tells him about her relationship with Akram. She asks Kundan to help convince her family about marrying Akram, and Kundan eventually agrees to get her wedding arranged. He promises Zoya that he will also marry someone on the day of her wedding and forget all about her, and goes straight to his childhood friend Bindiya, who has had a crush on him since they were kids.
On the day of Zoya's wedding, Kundan finds out that Akram is a Sikh and his real name is Jasjeet Singh Shergill. This enrages him, as Zoya had used her's and Kundan's religious differences to convince Kundan that she could not marry him. He confronts Zoya and reveals Akram's true identity to her family. A scuffle ensues between Kundan and Akram's friends, resulting in Akram getting stabbed by one of Kundan's friends. Akram dies on the spot, leaving Zoya devastated and furious at Kundan. She curses him and vows to never forgive him.
Kundan is filled with guilt and remorse for his actions. He decides to atone for his sins by becoming an activist under the guidance of Murari, Akram's friend who had stabbed him. He joins Murari's political party and participates in various protests and campaigns against corruption and injustice. He also marries Bindiya out of pity, but does not consummate their marriage as he still loves Zoya.
Zoya moves to Delhi and becomes a successful political strategist for Jasjeet's party. She meets Kundan again after seven years during an election campaign in Varanasi. She still hates him but also feels a strange attraction towards him. She tries to avoid him but he persists in following her around and apologizing for his past mistakes. He also confesses that he still loves her and asks her to give him another chance. Zoya is conflicted between her feelings and her loyalty to Jasjeet.
Meanwhile, Bindiya is unhappy with her marriage and feels neglected by Kundan. She also suspects that he is having an affair with Zoya. She confronts him and asks him to divorce her, but he refuses. She then attempts to commit suicide by slitting her wrists, but is saved by Murari. Kundan realizes his mistake and decides to give Bindiya the love and respect she deserves.
Zoya also realizes that she still loves Kundan and decides to forgive him. She tells him to meet her at a temple, where they can elope and start a new life together. Kundan agrees and rushes to the temple, but on the way he is attacked by some goons hired by Bindiya's brother, who wants to take revenge for his sister's misery. Kundan is stabbed multiple times and falls unconscious on the road.
Zoya waits for Kundan at the temple, but he does not show up. She calls him but his phone is switched off. She then gets a call from Murari, who informs her that Kundan has been stabbed and is in a critical condition at the hospital. Zoya rushes to the hospital, where she sees Kundan lying on a stretcher, covered in blood. She breaks down and cries, holding his hand and begging him to wake up. Kundan opens his eyes and smiles at her, saying that he loves her. He then dies in her arms, leaving her shattered.
Dhanush as Kundan Shankar
Sonam Kapoor as Zoya Haider
Abhay Deol as Jasjeet Singh Shergill / Akram Zaidi
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub as Murari Gupta
Swara Bhaskar as Bindiya
Shilpi Marwaha as Rashmi
Suraj Singh as Anand
Kumud Mishra as Zoya's father
Nisha Jindal as Zoya's mother
Vipin Sharma as Kundan's father
Sujata Kumar as Kundan's mother
Tejpal Singh Rawat as Bindiya's brother
The soundtrack of the film was composed by A. R. Rahman, with lyrics written by Irshad Kamil. The album consists of nine songs, featuring vocals by Shreya Ghoshal, Javed Ali, Keerthi Sagathia, Rashid Ali, Shiraz Uppal, Neeti Mohan, Madhushree, Chinmayi Sripada and A.R.Rahman himself. The songs were well received by the critics and audiences alike, and became chartbusters. Some of the popular songs from the album are "Tum Tak", "Raanjhanaa", "Banarasiya", "Piya Milenge" and "Aise Na Dekho". The soundtrack also won several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director, the Mirchi Music Award for Album of the Year and the IIFA Award for Best Music Director.
The film received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its direction, screenplay, performances, music and cinematography. The film was also appreciated for its portrayal of Varanasi's culture and politics, as well as its exploration of love and religion. The film was also criticized for its length, violence and melodrama.
The film was a commercial success at the box office. It collected 94 crore worldwide against a budget of 36 crore. It was declared a hit by trade analysts. The film also performed well in overseas markets, especially in Pakistan.
The film won several awards and nominations at various award ceremonies. Some of the major awards won by the film are:
Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue - Himanshu Sharma
Filmfare Award for Best Music Director - A.R.Rahman
Zee Cine Award for Best Music Director - A.R.Rahman
Zee Cine Award for Best Lyricist - Irshad Kamil for "Tum Tak"
Zee Cine Award for Best Playback Singer (Male) - Javed Ali for "Raanjhanaa"
IIFA Award for Best Music Director - A.R.Rahman
IIFA Award for Best Lyricist - Irshad Kamil for "Tum Tak"
IIFA Award for Best Playback Singer (Male) - Javed Ali for "Raanjhanaa"
Screen Award for Best Dialogue - Himanshu Sharma
Screen Award for Best Music Director - A.R.Rahman
Here are some interesting facts about the film:
The film was originally titled "Tanu Weds Manu 2", as it was supposed to be a sequel to Aanand L. Rai's previous film "Tanu Weds Manu" (2011). However, the idea was dropped and the film was renamed as "Raanjhanaa".
The film was shot in real locations in Varanasi, Delhi and Agra. The crew faced many difficulties while filming in Varanasi, such as crowd management, security issues and weather conditions.
Dhanush learned Hindi for his role in the film. He also underwent a makeover to look like a typical Banarasi boy. He wore a prosthetic tooth to create a gap between his front teeth.
Sonam Kapoor also learned Urdu for her role in the film. She also wore minimal makeup and simple costumes to portray her character.
The film features a cameo appearance by Amitabh Bachchan, who plays himself in a scene where Kundan meets him at his residence in Delhi.
The film's climax was inspired by the real-life incident of the 2011 Delhi High Court bombing, which killed 15 people and injured 79 others.
Raanjhanaa is a film that celebrates love in all its forms and colors. It is a film that showcases the beauty and diversity of India's culture and society. It is a film that touches the hearts and minds of the viewers with its powerful story, brilliant performances, soulful music and stunning vi