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Dil Se


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Genre : Drama | Musical | Romance | Thriller
Awards : 7 wins & 2 nominations
language : Hindi Movie Hindi
Printed Format : Colour
Release Year : 1998
Release Info : 21 August 1998
Aspect Ratios : 2.35:1
Dil Se
Hindi Movie  1998
 
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About Dil Se

Dil Se is a 1998 Hindi film directed by Mani Ratnam. The film stars Shahrukh Khan, Manisha Koirala, and Preity Zinta. Mani Ratnam also co-wrote the screenplay for the film. It is the third in Ratnam's trilogy of terror films that depict human relationships against a background of Indian politics, after Roja and Bombay.

Dil Se was shot in Himachal, Kashmir, Assam, Delhi, Kerala, and other parts of India and Bhutan over a period of 55 days. The film is considered an example of Indian Parallel Cinema. The highly stylized film won awards for cinematography, audiography, choreography, and music, among others. Despite being a failure at the Indian box office, the film was a success overseas earning $975,000 (USA) and £537,930 in the UK, becoming the first Indian film to enter the top 10 in the United Kingdom box office charts.

Amarkant "Amar" Varma (Shahrukh Khan), an All-India Radio program executive living in Delhi, India, is dispatched to the troubled North-Eastern region of India to report from there on the situation pertaining to the approaching 50th Anniversary of Indian independence. There, he interviews a terrorist leader on his group's motivation and ethics. He then comes across Meghna (Manisha Koirala) at a railway station and chats up with her. He excuses himself for a while, offering to get her a cup of tea, only to find her gone already on a train with three mysterious men. A few weeks after that meeting, he spots her again in a street and confronts her, but she resists and pretends not to recognise him. Amar then resorts to stalking and seeks her our near her place of dwelling and tells her he loves her "dil se" (English equivalent: from the heart). To discourage him, Meghna tells him that she is married, and leaves. Amar feels embarrassed for flirting with a married woman, and sincerely wishes to apologize to her. He arranges a meeting with her to do so, but she brings two mysterious men with her, who subsequently take Amar away and beat him. This harsh experience invigorates Amar to find Meghna again. After somehow finding out her plans to visit Ladakh, he follows her with the convenient excuse of reporting on the local festivities and she gives him the slip there too.

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Four Stars
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
Amarkanth Varma

Three Stars
Preity Zinta
Preity Zinta
Preeti Nair

Three Stars
Malaika Arora
Malaika Arora
Dancer on train

Three Stars
Raghuvir Yadav
Raghuvir Yadav
Shukla (as Raghuvir Yadhav)

Three Stars
Jasveer Kaur
Jasveer Kaur
Dancer (uncredited)

Three Stars
Krishnakant
Krishnakant
(as Krisnkant)

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Arundhati Rao
Arundhati Rao
(as Arundathi Rao)

  

Other Artists


  Piyush Mishra
  Gajraj Rao as   (as Gajaraj Rao)
  Hemant Mishra
  Avtar Sahani
  Sheeba Chaddha
  Mita Vasisht as   Mita (female terrorist) (as Mita Vashisht)
  Laxmi Rattan as   (as Lakshmi Rattan)
  Zohra Sehgal as   Grandmother (as Zora Seghal)
  Rajiv Gupta as   (as Rajeev Gupta)
  Alka
  Pia Benegal
  Vanitha as   (as Vanitha Malik)
  Babubhai as   (as Babu Bhai)
  Lavanya
  Jessica
  Aditya Srivastava
  R K Nair
  Shaad Ali
  Wasiq Khan
  Samir Chanda
  Manjit Bawa as   (as Manjith Bawa)
  B M Shah as   (as Late B.M. Shah)
  Ishitha
  Raja Sharma
  Gautam Bora
  Shubdeep
  Kishan Bhatia
  Ken Philip as   (as Ken Phillip)
  Chintu B Mohapatra as   (as Chintu Mohapatra)
  Sunil Agarwal
  

Cast and Crew

Amarkanth Varma
Meghna
Preeti Nair
Shukla (as Raghuvir Yadhav)
(as Krisnkant)
(as Ken Phillip)
Mita (female terrorist) (as Mita Vashisht)
(as Arundathi Rao)
Dancer on train
(as Manjith Bawa)
Grandmother (as Zora Seghal)
(as Late B.M. Shah)
(as Gajaraj Rao)
(as Lakshmi Rattan)
(as Chintu Mohapatra)
(as Vanitha Malik)
(as Rajeev Gupta)
(as Babu Bhai)
 Alka
Dancer (uncredited)
 
 
 
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