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Black and White

Movie poster
Directed by Subhash Ghai
Produced by Raju Farooqui
Mukta Ghai
Subhash Ghai
Rahul Puri
Written by Sachin Bhowmick
Subhash Ghai
Akash Khurana
Starring Anil Kapoor
Anurag Sinha
Shefali Shah
Aditi Sharma
Music by Sukhwinder Singh
Cinematography Somak Mukherjee
Editing by Amitabh Shukla
Distributed by Mukta Arts
Release date(s) 7 March 2008
Running time 138 mins
Country India
Language Hindi

Black and White is a 2008 Bollywood movie. It was produced and directed by Subhash Ghai. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Anurag Sinha, Shefali Chhaya, and Aditi Sharma. The movie explores the life of a suicide bomber who is sent on a mission to Delhi to detonate a bomb near Red Fort on its Independence day.[1]

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Plot

Rajan Mathur (Anil Kapoor) is a professor of Urdu who teaches in Dr.Zakir Husain College and lives a respectful life in Chandni Chowk a district in NewDelhi with his wife Roma Mathur (Shefali Shah) who is a social activist and feminist, and thei young daughter

Professor Mathur meet's a young adult Numair Qazi (Anurag Sinha) who informs him that he is a victim of communal riots in Gujarat. Hiding the truth is that he is a suicide bomber of an Islamic fundamentalist group and is ordered to set off a bomb near Red Fort on 15 August celebration.

Numair manages to get refuge in the Professor’s house and succeeds in winning the trust of the couple. While assisting Numair to get an employment entry pass for the 15th of August celebrations at Red Fort, Professor Mathur introduces him to a variety of people living in harmony in Chandni Chowk regardless of faith.

Numai remains focused on his goals.

During his stay with the Professor, Numair gets caught up in a tight spot as to whether he should carry out the orders of his superiors or not. Although he himself is a deep rooted fundamentalist, he sees this area as colourful and loving. There is no Black and White. Nonetheless, he goes forward to accomplish his mission.

What is worrying young Numair? What are the sacrifices of the Professor and his wife for him? What will eventually happen on Independence Day?

It’s a story, a notion, a message never seen before on the Indian screen with an exhilarating experience in this entertaining yet unique style of Director Subhash Ghai.

Cast

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Music

Song Singer(s) Duration Notes
Haq Allah Sukhwinder Singh & Hans Raj Hans 5:33 Picturised on Anurag Sinha
Peer Manava Sukhwinder Singh & Sharda Pandit 4:16 Picturised on Anil Kapoor, Shefali Chhaya, Anurag Sinha, Aditi Sharma
Yeh Hindustan hai Udit Narayan 5:02
Main Chala Sukhwinder Singh 5:43 Picturised on Anurag Sinha
Jogi Aaya Sukhwinder Singh & Sadhana Sargam 4:49 Picturised on Anurag Sinha & Aditi Sharma

Reviews and Reception

The film received praise from critics in India. Most critics commended the director Subhash Ghai known for large budget extravagant musicals for making a smaller, grittier and deeper movie.

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