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  • NR
  • 2007
  • 2 hr 6 min
  • 7.4  (7,981)

In 2007, Bollywood released the film Awarapan, directed by Mohit Suri, starring Emraan Hashmi, Mrinalini Sharma, and Ashish Vidyarthi. The film exhibits the genres of action, drama, and romance, and has a run-time of 126 minutes. Awarapan follows the story of Shivam, portrayed by Emraan Hashmi, who is a young businessman living in Hong Kong. Shivam is involved in illegal activities like arms and drug trafficking, and is a part of a local gang. He lives a lavish lifestyle and has no interest in life beyond the thrill of danger. However, things change for Shivam when he meets a woman named Jia, played by Mrinalini Sharma. Jia is a sensitive and vulnerable girl who is recovering from the trauma of a failed relationship. She falls in love with Shivam, unaware of his dark side. Shivam, on the other hand, tries to resist her, knowing that he will bring danger to her life if he stays close to her.

The film takes a dramatic turn when a rival gang targets Shivam and his boss for control over their territory. Shivam’s boss is killed in the fight, and Shivam, blamed for his boss's death, is forced to flee Hong Kong. In an attempt to start afresh, he moves to a small village in India where his own past life comes back to haunt him. He meets a young girl, named Reema, played by Shreya Saran, who reminds him of his dead sister. Shivam forms a close bond with Reema and becomes protective of her. However, the past catches up to him again when Jia shows up at his doorstep, seeking refuge from her abusive husband.

The rest of the story revolves around Shivam's attempt to protect Reema and Jia, while at the same time fighting off the rival gang who have now discovered his hiding place. There are several action sequences that showcase Shivam's mastery over fighting, as well as his vulnerability when it comes to love.

The film's music is composed by Pritam Chakraborty, with songs like "Toh Phir Aao" and "Mahiya" gaining massive popularity. The music reflects the mood of the film and complements the picturesque locations in Hong Kong and India.

Awarapan received mixed reviews from the critics, with some finding it too violent and others praising Emraan Hashmi's performance. The film, however, did well at the box office and was a commercial success.

In conclusion, Awarapan is an intense and emotional film that showcases the complex relationships between the central characters. The film deals with themes of love, loyalty, betrayal, and redemption, leaving the audience engrossed in its story till the very end. Emraan Hashmi's performance as Shivam excels in showcasing the turmoil of his character's emotions, especially in the action sequences. Overall, Awarapan is a good watch for those who appreciate the action-drama genre.

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    7.4  (7,981)