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Deewaar  (1975 - Hindi)

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Deewaar cumulative rating: 4.25 out of 54.25/5 (57 users)

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  • Punnu

    Deewaar rating: 10 out of 10

    By Punnu (27 May 2008)

    I just love the its my top most film in bollywood ever...Yash chopra at his best in out for the scene at the pull and when amitabh says kya hai tumhare paas...few secs long silence and suddenly shashi says mere paas maa hai and the noise of train that follows right that sequence.. Talking of performances....Amitabh was excellent..simply too god in angry image role Shashi kapoor was excellent as a supportive role...and yes there are few dialogues that are long like khush toh bahut honge tum...but i doubt you would again ... » read more

  • Dipen Guha

    Deewaar rating: 0 out of 10

    By Dipen Guha(29 Jul 2009)

    "Deewar" deploys melodrama, addressing contemporary discourses within a moral framework; social injustice, state power, criminality, gender, and religion are braided together against the backdrop of early 1970s turmoil. A prominant strand in the film is the sympathetic representation of the struggling working class with Vijay as its emblematic figure. At the film's outset, in a flashback, Anand Babu, Vijay's father, a trade union leader, in a stirring speech reminds striking workers of their fight for education, health care, and housing. In carefully chosen rhetoric he ... » read more

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