PG | | Adventure, Drama, Musical
The people of a small village in Victorian India stake their future on a game of cricket against their ruthless British rulers.
The first Bollywood production in 30 years to use synchronized sound. An Arri535 camera, brought over from Germany, was used to facilitate sync-sound recording. Most Indian films are dubbed entirely in the studio in the process known as ADR.
Despite my warnings, you continue to meet those bloody farmers, damn you!
When Gauri is singing alone at the end of "Radha Kaise Na Jale", she inhales while singing.
Hindi, English, Awadhi, Urdu
£91,281 (UK) (17 June 2001)
$70,147 (USA) (16 June 2002)
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