Mulaqaat

  • U/A (INDIA)
  • 2002




20 %
₹ 1 Lakhs

Mulaqaat is a 2002 Hindi-language Drama Thriller motion picture directed by K. Ravi Shankar and produced by Shanoo Mehra. Jas and Javed Khan are close friends, even though Jas is Hindu and Javed a Muslim. Jas comes from a very wealthy family, while Javed is a struggling poet. Javed meets an admirer, Archana Vithalrao Patkar, and soon both fall in love. The Patkar family have no qualms about Archana getting married to a Muslim, and as such both Archana and Javed approach the Registrar of Marriages, and are informed that they will be notified within one month. Archana is molested by thugs, Javed and Jas come to her rescue. In the process, Jas while attempting to subdue one of the thugs, accidently kills Javed, leaving himself and Archana devastated. Then Javed's destitute family visits Bombay, and Jas and the Patkars decide not to tell them about Javed's death. The Khans consist of Siddiqui, Akhtar, and Shabnam, who her Javed's dad, brother, and sister respectively. Jas meets them at the railway station and brings them over to his house, and tells them that Javed will be back soon. He and Shabnam fall instantly in love, and this does not auger well with Akhtar, as he would prefer Shabnam marry a Muslim. Akhtar asks Jas to keep away from her, and ks out a Muslim man to marry Shabnam. But Jas and Shabnam are determined to marry, and it is then they come to know of Javed's death, and Jas' involvement in it. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com). Mulaqaat stars Jackie Shroff, Madhoo, Vinay Anand, Arun Bakshi, Rita Bhaduri, Milind Gunaji and Ushma Rathod. The music was composed by National Award winner Vishal Bhardwaj. It was released on 1st January 2002. Mulaqaat was made on a budget of ₹80 lakh and at the box office it grossed only ₹1 lakh.

Certificate U/A (INDIA)
Release Date 01 JAN 2002
Run Time 2 HOURS 10 MINUTES
Budget ₹ 80 LAKHS
Language

Hindi

Genre

Drama , Thriller

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