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The best thriller from Mukesh Bhatt camp 

Starring: Emraan Hashmi, Mrinalini Sharma, Shirya Saran, Ashish Vidyarthi

Producer: Vishesh Films (Mukesh Bhatt)
Director: Mohit Suri
Music: Pritam

Mukesh Bhatt presents yet another thriller drama directed by Mohit Suri. Technically Awarapan is copy of A BITTERSWEET LIFE (2005; Korean title: DALKOMHAN INSAENG).

Awarapan tries to show the dilemma of a sensitive heartbroken lover turned assassin. Shivam [Emraan] wants to escape from the haunting memories of his tragic past dedicates himself to serve his gangster boss Malik [Ashutosh Rana], who runs a chain of hotels in Hong Kong. Like a slave, he blindly follows his master’s orders. One of his assignments was to keep an eye upon one of Malik’s mistress and kill her if he finds the girl cheating upon his boss.


She is a young Pakistani girl - Reema [Mrinalini Sharma] who is a victim of human trafficking. However Emraan himself falls for her, and then is torn between his love and his docility. To make the matter overcomplicated Emraan finds that the innocent Reema is actually not as innocent as it seems. She is already in love with someone else named - Rehan and was planning to leave Malik and run away with the same guy. What will Shivam do now ?

Follow Malik’s order ?

Support Reema and betray his master and bury love within his heart again.

The film has a gripping and thrilling storyline, it is Emraan’s performance which makes one spellbound. The movie has excellent cinematography, and technically superior than any of the past Mukesh Bhat films.

Emraan Hashmi stives to put in a better performance and he does succeed. Shriya, the South Indian actress has a cameo, while Mrinalini Sharma appears fresh and promising. Ashutosh Rana is absolutely splendid. Where was he for long?
Pritam and a bunch of new singers give fresh, outstanding songs and the music.

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Supporting Cast:

Atul Parchure, Shaad Randhawa,
Purab Kohli, Salil Acharya, Rehan Khan

DOP: Rajaa Chakravarti
Writer Shagufta Rafique
Editors: Akiv, Ali
Executive Producer: Kumkum Saigal, Sohail Khan
Publicity Designers: Studio Link
Marketing: Rohit Shetty

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