The Middle (1996)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance


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Judge Krishna (Rahul Roy) and Radha (Manisha Koirala) are in love. Due to class conflicts, they are unable to marry, but continue with a very intimate relationship, which results in Radha ... See full summary »


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10 January 2011 | Vivekmaru45
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| A Tragic Love Story.
This film stars Rahul Roy, Salman Khan and Manisha Koirala. Krishna (Rahul Roy) and Radha (Manisha Koirala) fall deeply in love with one another and have an intimate encounter which result in Radha getting pregnant out of wedlock. Circumstances arise that prevent Krishna and Radha getting married.

In the midst of this is caught Gopal (Salman Khan), a dear friend of Krishna's who is also madly in love with Radha and wants to marry her as well. Radha doesn't know Gopal is in love with her because he never told his feelings towards her.

This chance coincidence of Radha getting pregnant, unknown to Gopal, leads Radha and Gopal to get married.

Radha gives birth to a baby girl, Shanti. Leaving the child with Gopal, Radha then leaves him, never to return. Gopal doesn't know that Shanti is the daughter of Krishna and not his.

This is a very controversial film that I have seen and I recommend this to film anyone who likes tragedies. The songs in the film are good with veteran playback singers: Mohammed Aziz, Udit Narayan, Vinod Rathod Kumar Sanu, S.P. Balasubramaniam, Pankaj Udhas & Alka Yagnik.

Veteran director Esmayeel Shroff (Nishchaiy, God and Gun, Tarkieb, Suryaa: An Awakening ) directed this film. This is his most controversial film along with Tarkieb.

All in all a good buy on DVD. An 8/10 score.

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