Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
A thrilling story spanning 48 hours of five individuals linked by hate and fear but brought together by fate to finally recognize each other.
The first feature film to be shot extensively in Kabul, Afghanistan, after the end of the Taliban's reign. The producers thought director Kabir Khan was mad to shoot a film in such a place. However, Khan, a former war correspondent, insisted on doing so on the grounds that Kabul was a major element and character in the film; that he himself had been to Afghanistan no less than ten times and came back in one piece every time; that he had a soft spot for the country, having shot his first film in it; and that he would be betraying all his Afghan friends who had helped him during his trips to their country not to shoot such a film in their own land.
You needn't worry, though. they've pulled this scam so many times, there're no donkeys alive now
Imran Khan Afridi: Some of them are. They're now drivers.
Hindi, Dari, English, Urdu
$142,591 17 December 2006