|Starring:||Bipasha Basu, Mohan Agashe, Nana Patekar, Yashpal Sharma, Mukesh Tiwari, Ajay Devgan|
|Run time:||2 hours 55 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 Feb 2006|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, English, French, Malayalam, Spanish, Tamil|
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apaharanBy a customer from England , 17 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]Nana P does a wonderful job and this based on a true story is worth viewing though violent!
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Must WatchBy Manisha13 (2 reviews) from Edinburgh,Scotland , 11 Feb 2010A great story.Ajay Devgan is a treat to watch.
entertainingBy a customer from London , 16 Feb 2009It is a good movie and keeps you on your toes. worth watching it once.
Tense dramaBy a customer from London , 11 Dec 2006Prakash Jha's Apaharan, harsh and brutal political commentary on the state of anarchy a.k.a Bihar, makes for riveting viewing. The director culls facts from real life which is why you cannot but shudder at the sheer disintegration of moral values. Jha portrays a strange world where characters discusss kidnap victims as 'damaged goods' and 'intact piece'.
In Apaharan, Jha has achieved a balance -- not always neat but constantly riveting -- between drama and documentation, irony and tension without letting go of his beliefs. He has his dependable cast to support his cause. Nana Patekar, Yashpal Sharma and Mukesh Tiwari (as an honest cop trying hard not to buckle under corruption) are outstanding. Ajay Devgan proves once again that he knows his job. Bipasha Basu has little to do and she does it well.
WORTH A SIP!By ZOOKIE from LONDON , 28 Nov 2006POLITICS AND GANGSTERS..
Not everyones cup of INDIAN TEA.
It's worth a sip..
Good MovieBy Prosenjit Ganguly from Portsmouth,UK , 19 Oct 2006This is a nice movie.Every character is written and scripted well in the movie.Prakash Jha did another good movie after Gangajal.