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Do Pahar
(ON DEMAND)

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Do Pahar is about an unlikely bond that develops between an elderly, abused woman and a hit man when, curious by nature, she invites him into her house (a perfect place to keep vigil on his target). As the afternoon progresses, she kindles in him a few forgotten childhood memories while the hit man by his very nature invites her to confess her darkest desires. Just this one afternoon alludes to a lifetime for the two as they break moral stereotypes. While she discovers her ‘knight in shining armor’ in the hit man, he in turn finds in the old woman, his ‘perfect partner in crime’.

GENRES - drama, short films

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Film Info

RUNTIME - 28 minutes

YEAR - 2012

COUNTRY - India

LANGUAGE - Hindi

ATTRIBUTES - Widescreen, Color, Stereo

CAST  
Neeta Bandivadekar Aai (voice)
Jayant Gadekar Son (voice)
Dibyendu Bhattacharya Bilal
Rohini Hattangadi Sudha Sahasrabuddhe
Shyam Suryavanshi Vinya
Kavita Jadhav Maid

Cinematographer

Neeraj Sahay

Co-writer

Sharifa Roy

Co-writer

Shazia Shrivastava

Co-Director

Sharifa Roy

Co-Director

Shazia Shrivastava

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starstarstarhalf a starWonderfully evocative and authoritative

written by renzufilms on Oct 17th, 2014read all my reviews

this review is from: Do Pahar (ON DEMAND)

Do Pahar is one of the finest piece of story telling. Intense performances, striking cinematography and beautifully directed. Really enjoyed it- presents the sheer emotionality and complexity of the story quite well.

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written by santorne on Aug 25th, 2014read all my reviews

this review is from: Do Pahar (ON DEMAND)

Its a 29 minute film which keeps you glued to your seat.
Good direction by the mother daughter duo Sharifa Roy and Shazia Shrivastava.
The casting is spot on.
Was lovely to see veteran Indian actor Rohini Hattangadi essay the role of a senior citizen Sudha with fluency associated with an ace actor (the only Indian actress to win the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Kasturba Gandhi in Sir Richard Attenborough's magnum opus 'Gandhi' (1982).
A must watch film.
Do not miss.....

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