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مُساهمة  ismail في الثلاثاء فبراير 16, 2010 5:59 am

koyla
Koyla (Devanagari: कोयला, Nastaliq: کوئلہ; translation: Coal) a Hindi movie which was released in India on 18 April 1997.
It is directed by Rakesh Roshan and stars Shahrukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit in their second film together, Amrish Puri, Himani Shivpuri, Johnny Lever, Ashok Saraf and Kunika. Mohnish Behl is featured in a guest appearance. Hrithik Roshan, director Rakesh Roshan's son, worked on this movie as an associate director.

Summary
Shankar (Shahrukh Khan) is a mute man, raised by the powerful (who is King Raja) (Amrish Puri) who treats him like a slave. Shankar is considered as a mere dog by the raja. He sometimes even forces Shankar to race with dogs and when he won, Raja says that Shankar is the fastest dog he's got. The elderly Raja, who is a ruthless and cruel man with a large appetite for young women, wants to marry Gauri (Madhuri Dixit), a happy young girl. Gauri, however, wants to see a picture of her future husband first, so Raja sends her one of Shankar. Gauri falls instantly in love with him and the wedding proceeds. However, before the ceremony is completed, she discovers that it's not Shankar whom she has married and faints; (she sees Shankar handing out sweets and food to the guests of the wedding) Raja orders the priest to continue with ceremony, even though the marriage would be invalid while Gauri is unconscious. So therefore, they are married now. Gauri refuses to give Raja her body, so he imprisons and tortures her. When her brother Ashok (Mohnish Behl) comes to save her, Raja kills him. Moments before he dies, Ashok makes Shankar promise him to save his sister; Shankar and Gauri, who have already fallen in love by this point, flee Raja's mansion.
After a long chase through the mountains and jungle, Raja's men see Shankar and Gauri near a waterfall and Raja's brother comes towards them with a gun and they jump off the waterfall, to their death. (But Shankar and Gauri are really still alive.) But after about a day of hunting through the jungle, they manage to capture them. Shankar is beaten and mortally wounded, then left to die in the mountains; Gauri is sold to a brothel. Shankar is found and saved by a mysterious healer, who operates on his throat while he is still unconscious. The healer, who discovers that Shankar is not mute by birth, is able to repair some of the damaged nerves in Shankar's throat, enabling him to speak. Shankar recalls that when he was a boy, two men, greedy for his father's wealth, murdered his parents in front of him; when young Shankar threatened to tell everyone what they did, someone came up from behind him and shoved hot coals into his throat, rendering him mute. Shankar, after recovering from his wounds, seeks revenge on the two men who killed his parents, and in the process discovers that Raja was the person who made him mute and who ordered his parents to be killed. He kills Raja's two henchmen and finally manages to corner Raja, whom he kills by setting him on fire.
Gauri, meanwhile, has escaped from the brothel and in the end she and Shankar are reunited.
Cast
Shahrukh Khan ... Shankar
Madhuri Dixit ... Gauri
Amrish Puri ... Raja Saab
Salim Ghouse ... Brijwa
Ashok Saraf ... Vedji
Mohnish Behl ... Ashok
Deepshikha... Bindiya
Johnny Lever ... Shankar's Friend
Himani Shivpuri ... Brothel owner
Pradeep Rawat.... Police Commissioner DIG
Ranjeet ... Dilawar
Music
Badan Juda Hote Hain - Kumar Sanu, Preeti Singh
Bhang Ke Nashe Main Ek Ho Gaye Hum - Alka Yagnik
Dekha Tujhe To - Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu
Ghunghte Mein Chanda Hain - Udit Narayan
Sanson Ki Mala Pe Simroon Main Pee Ka Naam - Kavita Krishnamurthy
Tanhai Tanhai Tanhai - Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan
Fiche technique
Titre : Koyla
Langue : Hindi
Réalisation : Rakesh Roshan
Assistant réalisateur : Hrithik Roshan
Pays : Inde
Sortie : 1997
Distribution
Shankar : Shah Rukh Khan
Gauri : Madhuri Dixit
Raja Saheb : Amrish Puri
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