Movie Review: Krantiveer – The Revolution (2010)

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krantiveer-011Mehul Kumar’s KRANTIVEER- THE REVOLUTION is releasing on 25th June 2010 is a sequel to the 1994 superhit film KRANTIVEER of Nana Patekar and Dimple Kapadia, where debutant, (filmmaker Mehul Kumar’s daughter) Jahan Bloch is playing their daughter.Produced under the banner of White City Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, its Story, Screenplay & Direction is by Mehul Kumar.KRANTIVEER- THE REVOLUTION, has music by Sachin-Jigar, lyrics by Sameer. The film stars Samir Aftab, Aditya Singh Rajput, Harsh Rajput & Introducing Jahan Bloch with… Ranjeet, Farida Jalal, Govind Namdeo, Mukesh Tiwari, Aman Verma, Hiten Paintal, Raj Premi, Ashok Samarth, Anil Nagrath. Darshan Jariwala, Suhasini Mulay, Avtar Gill has special appearances in the film.

The young daughter of the man responsible for the last revolution Pratap Narayan Tilak is now wielding the power of media as a fearless journalist. Roshni has inherited not only the courage and sting of her legendary father but also the spirited lingo and the indomitable style.

The last time around, we rooted out the devils that came from across the seas. Now, the demons are within. And they are more vicious and wicked. We need to fight them with a new force and energy. The youth. They are now ready to act only to stop, when they have achieved their mission to rid the society of evils corruption, anarchy & terrorism.

Roshni acts as a pivot of the revolution and gets along her determined college mates Vishal, Uday and Goldie. The story takes all of them on a mission to rid the present society of the evils, a revolution for cleaning the system.

Would this revolution shake the nation into searching its conscience and see peace, freedom and justice for all?

This is what KRANTIVEER is all about.


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2.0 “It’s a brave effort to create a lost world, but alas! Bollywood has marched miles ahead from the days of yore and yelldom”
Times Of India


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