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Deewaar Movie Review

  • : Must Watch For Its Performances And Dialogues!

    3/5 stars, By , MovieTalkies.com, 25 April 2013
    Deewaar Review
    Release Date : 24 January 1975
    Genre : Action | Drama | Crime
    Banner : Trimurti Films
    Presenter : Trimurti Films
    Producer : Gulshan Rai
    Director : Yash Chopra
    Cast : Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, Neetu Singh, Parveen Babi View Complete Cast

    Deewaar – In Brief
    Deewaar, the Yash Chopra film made in 1975, is a classic tale about two brothers, who get caught on either side of the law.  

    Deewaar – Technical
    The principal characters of the film, labour union leader Anand Verma (Satyendra Kapoor), his wife Sumitra Devi (Nirupa Roy), elder son Vijay Verma (Amitabh Bachchan), younger son Ravi Verma (Shashi Kapoor) and Vijay’s love interest Anita (Parveen Babi), are essentially victims of circumstances.

    Anand Verma is an upright labourer who stands up for his colleagues. However, circumstances force him to go against his principles, and wrong the people that he once stood for. The consequences of Anand’s actions are faced by his family.

    Troubled by the constant taunts and humiliation from Anand’s (who eventually runs away) nemeses, wife Sumitra Devi is forced to move from their hometown to Bombay city. Here too, she finds it difficult to earn enough to bring her two children up. So much so, that Sumitra and Vijay have to go on about their menial jobs, just so that they can earn enough to send Ravi to school.

    Vijay, who goes through the turbulent experience of having ‘mera baap chor hai’ (My father is a thief) inked on his forearm, gets deeply disturbed by all that happened to his family, and starts holding their poverty responsible for their family’s condition. He even refuses to go to the temple, as he has lost all faith in God!

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