Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home (2004)

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A group of Indian POW (Prisoners Of War) rebels against Pakistani army and tries to escape from their captivity during India-Pakistan war in 1971.

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  • Sanjay Dutt in Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home (2004)
  • Amrita Rao in Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home (2004)

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2 November 2004 | AvinashPatalay
Deewar:: Lets chase the audience home!
Amitabh should sincerely think twice about the credentials of the director and most importantly the script before giving the nod. And the same I would say for Sanjay Dutt and Akshaye Khanna. I mean how is that everyone just overlooked the basic fabric of the movie-making.

Agreed that it the premise of POW has never been attempted before on Indian screen, but that doesn't give you the freedom to take cinematic liberties to such great extent.

Yes the movie is mash of so many English POW Escape movies. But if that was the case, why didn't the makers decide to choose one classic English POW and make a complete re-make of it.

Pakistani bashing - Oh my God!!!! Its so clumsy and cheesy that makes you wonder why it has been forced in such a gawdy manner. Guys - you need to watch Gadar and thats what I call classy Pakistani bashing.

Romantic track - when do Bollywood film-makers ever learn to do away with conventional movie-making!!! Akshaye-Amrita track is so very cliché'd and aptly justifies the word "force-fit".

Marhaba-Marhaba song - my personal opinion the latest Remix albums are much better.

Milan Lutharia no but Sridhar Raghavan Yes, I was expecting a lot from him. But as a writer he was a big downer. The script doesn't have holes, it has craters!!!

It looks like Milan Lutharia was in a hurry to finish the task at the earliest.

Having said of POW premise, please correct me if I am wrong - LOHA was one movie I watched as a kid and was a bloody good engrossing movie.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Action | Drama | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

25 June 2004

Language

Hindi


Country of Origin

India

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

£37,428 (UK) (27 June 2004)

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