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Firaaq Full Movie HD Hindi Download: A Must-Watch Film on the Aftermath of the Gujarat Violence



Firaaq Full Movie HD Download in Hindi: A Powerful Drama Based on True Stories




If you are looking for a movie that will make you think, feel, and reflect on the human condition, then you should watch Firaaq. Firaaq is a 2008 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Nandita Das. It is set one month after the 2002 violence in Gujarat, India and looks at the aftermath in its effects on the lives of everyday people. It claims to be based on "a thousand true stories". Firaaq means both separation and quest in Arabic. The film is the directorial debut of actress Nandita Das and stars Naseeruddin Shah, Deepti Naval, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Inaamulhaq, Nassar, Paresh Rawal, Sanjay Suri, Raghubir Yadav, Shahana Goswami, Amruta Subhash and Tisca Chopra.




Firaaq Full Movie Hd Download In Hindi



In this article, we will tell you what is Firaaq movie about, why should you watch it, and how to download Firaaq full movie HD in Hindi legally or illegally. Read on to find out more.


What is Firaaq Movie About?




Firaaq movie is a collection of interrelated stories that explore the impact of the Gujarat riots on different individuals and communities. The film follows the lives of several ordinary people, some who were victims, some silent observers, and some perpetrators one month after the carnage. It focuses on how their lives are affected and (irrevocably) changed by the violence.


The Plot of Firaaq Movie




The film is set over a 24-hour period, one month after the sectarian violence that killed more than 900 Muslims and 300+ Hindus (reported), hundreds of thousands were made homeless on both sides. The film depicts the following stories:


  • Khan Saheb (Naseeruddin Shah) is an elderly Muslim classical vocalist, who remains blissfully optimistic of the situation happening around him. His servant, Karim Mian (Raghubir Yadav), tries to alert him to the problems the Muslim community is facing, but Khan Saheb only realises the extent of the trauma upon seeing the destruction of a shrine dedicated to the Sufi saint, Wali Gujarati.



  • A middle-age Hindu housewife, Aarti (Deepti Naval), is traumatised because she did not help a Muslim woman being chased by a mob and finds a way to atone for her sins upon finding Mohsin, a Muslim orphan who wanders the city in search for his family.



  • A young Hindu couple, Sameer Shaikh (Sanjay Suri) and Anuradha Desai (Tisca Chopra), decide to relocate to Delhi after their Muslim identity is exposed by their neighbours. They face discrimination and hostility from both Hindus and Muslims along their journey.



  • A Muslim couple, Muneera (Shahana Goswami) and Hanif (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), return to their home in a mixed neighbourhood, only to find it ransacked and burnt by the rioters. They suspect their Hindu friend and neighbour, Jyoti (Amruta Subhash), of betraying them and seek revenge.



  • A Hindu right-wing activist, Sanjay (Paresh Rawal), who participated in the riots, is haunted by his own conscience after killing a Muslim boy. He tries to justify his actions to his wife, Aparna (Nandita Das), who is appalled by his involvement.



  • A Muslim boy, Mohsin (Mohammed Samad), witnesses the massacre of his entire family and escapes from the mob. He wanders around the city looking for his missing father, while encountering various people who either help him or shun him.



The film ends with a montage of the real victims and survivors of the Gujarat riots, as well as a message that says "There is no such thing as an ending; only a beginning."


The Cast and Crew of Firaaq Movie




Firaaq movie boasts of an ensemble cast of talented actors who deliver powerful performances. The cast includes:


  • Naseeruddin Shah as Khan Saheb, a Muslim classical vocalist



  • Deepti Naval as Aarti, a Hindu housewife



  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Hanif, a Muslim auto-rickshaw driver



  • Inaamulhaq as Mursalin, a Muslim student



  • Nassar as Arshad, a Muslim writer



  • Paresh Rawal as Sanjay, a Hindu right-wing activist



  • Sanjay Suri as Sameer Shaikh, a Muslim businessman



  • Raghubir Yadav as Karim Mian, a Muslim servant



  • Shahana Goswami as Muneera, a Muslim housewife



  • Amruta Subhash as Jyoti, a Hindu neighbour



  • Tisca Chopra as Anuradha Desai, a Hindu lawyer



  • Mohammed Samad as Mohsin, a Muslim orphan



  • Nandita Das as Aparna, a Hindu teacher and Sanjay's wife



The film is written and directed by Nandita Das, who is also an acclaimed actress and activist. She has won several awards for her work in films like Fire, Earth, Bawandar, and I Am. Firaaq is her first feature film as a director. She co-wrote the screenplay with Shuchi Kothari, who is also a professor of film studies at the University of Auckland. The film is produced by Percept Picture Company and co-produced by Shernaz Italia and Hyder Bilgrami.


The Awards and Accolades of Firaaq Movie




Firaaq movie has received critical acclaim and numerous awards at various national and international film festivals. Some of the awards are:


  • Best Film and Best Screenplay at the Asian Festival of First Films in Singapore



  • Best Film at the International Film Festival of Kerala



  • Best Film at the Kara Film Festival in Pakistan



  • Best Editing at the Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival in New York



  • Special Prize at the International Thessaloniki Film Festival in Greece



  • Audience Award at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles



  • Special Jury Award at the International Film Festival of Durban in South Africa



  • Best Artistic Contribution by an Actress for Shahana Goswami at the Cairo International Film Festival in Egypt



  • National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for Paresh Rawal and Best Editing for A. Sreekar Prasad in India



Why Should You Watch Firaaq Movie?


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