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Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam  (2008 - Hindi)

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Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam cumulative rating: 2.05 out of 52.05/5 (36 users)

Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam critics rating: 1.45 out of 5 1.45/5 (7 critics)

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Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam story, synopsis, plot

    Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee

    By Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee(02 Aug 2008)

    Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam is a mad, contemporary comedy about how a small town drama company gets involved in a deadly mission to save the country. Circa 1993 - The country was burning due to the Babri structure demolition and communal riots. A small town like St. Louise near Goa, where Police, CBI and RAW officers were out on high alert due to illegal activities like Rdx and Arms landing at the coastal area! Set up in the same town is Kalakar Theatre Company, a theatre group of self indulgent dreamy actors who are always left with no choice but to perform the same age old period play 'Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam' every time. One fine day, they come to know that, an underworld don is planning a severe bomb blast in the country. A funny and thrilling roller-coaster ride begins when the entire drama company designs 'A Deadly Game plan' and gets into the act to save the entire city from this blasts. Performing multiple roles in disguise, the characters make you go crazy and eventually, save the entire nation from the big bomb blast in a hilarious slapstick climax. It's a story of losers becoming winners... 'Actors' becoming 'Heroes' ...A comedy which thinks and winks!!!


    Anupam Dey

    By Anupam Dey(19 Jul 2009)

    Kalakar Theatre Company, a theatre group in Goa, attempts to stage a political drama. But the local authorities close down the play and force them to perform a more traditional play,» read more