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(59719) 8.3 139 min 2018

Andhadhun is a movie starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, and Radhika Apte. A series of mysterious events change the life of a blind pianist, who must now report a crime that he should technically know nothing of.

Radhika Apte, Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, Anil Dhawan
Thriller, Crime
Sriram Raghavan

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Crime
Director Sriram Raghavan
Writer Olivier Treiner, Pooja Ladha Surti, Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Yogesh Chandekar, Hemanth M. Rao
Stars Radhika Apte, Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, Anil Dhawan
Country India
Also Known As 盲目のメロディ インド式殺人狂騒曲, Assassinato às Cegas, 盲目のメロディ インド式殺人狂騒曲, Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh, Пуцајте у пијанисту, Shoot the Piano Player, 看不見的旋律, Piano Player, The Blind Melody
Runtime 2H 19M
Description A pianist who pretends to be blind for inspiration, witnesses a murder and has to deal with the murderer wife of the victim and her boyfriend. During his ordeal he loses his eyesight for real and struggles save his life from the murderous duo.

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Thursday, 08 Oct 2020 01:06

At the beginning of the film, we are introduced to the main character of this film, Ata, an HIV positive young man in his 20's, who lives in a village in Kenya with his younger brother, Anu, an HIV positive youth. Ata's uncle, a Somali, commits suicide in a railway tunnel while speeding through Kenya. Anu, with a small fortune in money, buys a police car, sets it in motion, and travels from the town to the bridge crossing the river. When he reaches the bridge, he sees that it has been built over the old bridge which was blocked by a landslide which destroyed most of the bridge. He throws himself into the river to avoid the tragedy. However, his uncle, who is already dead, tries to reach him. He falls into the river and is dragged under the bridge. The police car drives to the village, meets Ata, and they go to his uncle's house. The uncle asks Ata if he is HIV positive. Ata answers in the negative, and the uncle says that the police have asked him to let his brother go, since he is HIV positive, so they can find a way to bring him to the hospital. After some trouble, Ata agrees. The uncle gives him a Kenyan police ID card. They go to the police station, and Ata finds out that his uncle is still alive and he has not been arrested. The police call his uncle's family and tell them that they have arrested his brother. The uncle tells his brother that he had been infected with HIV and has died. They go to the police station and find his body. The police tell Ata that he has been found guilty of murder. They demand that he hand over his brother's body, and they take him away. They take Ata to a hospital in Kenya, where he is told that his brother had died of AIDS. Ata, who had been in prison for seven years, sees his uncle in the hospital, and is told that his uncle was killed because he did not believe in God. Ata tells the doctor that his uncle was already dead when he had been infected with HIV. The doctor tells Ata that his uncle had not been convicted for murder, because the body had already been moved and he was taken away. Ata is furious and he demands that his uncle be released from prison, and is also given his brother's body. Ata kills his uncle. When he is leaving the hospital, his uncle's body is found. Ata is released, and returns home to his uncle's village. He is the only person who knows that his uncle had been killed by someone who had HIV. Ata decides to start a chain of murders
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 06:38

Without doubt the most prolific film director of our times, Hou will produce more films in the coming years. The protagonist here is Tony Leung, whose specialty is taking inspiration from what is happening in his own country, this movie is based on the subject of a daring demolition of a residential house and many other incidents. The filmmaker was inspired by one particular event in London that would later see the death of a man. The film was shot on a shoestring budget, Hou was forced to deal with some technical problems which prevented him from leaving the action for a lengthy period. The final result is a film that is as good as the first time. "Herod" (and its sequel) is Hou's fourth film to be shot entirely in Hong Kong, his first three films were in the US and his last film was the Oscar winning "The Killing Fields" (2003). You can see Hou work in action from his earlier films as well as some of the outstanding camera shots from his more recent films. The acting is decent from the three leads, none of them give you a chance to forget they're in a movie. The story is complex and there are many subplots that never get too entangled. Hou does not go for the easy way out and simply follow the plot, but also allows the audience to get involved in the events which he tries to portray, the climax is definitely not a typical Hollywood ending. The score is perfectly fitting for the scene, you can definitely tell Hou was still not satisfied with the score for his previous films. 9/10

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