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Hindustaans Filmfestival 2005: Bollywood-films
The International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA-awards), the Bollywood equivalent of the Oscars. With the difference that the Indian prices circus each year takes place somewhere else. The chosen city can count on a huge festival with hundreds of (mega) stars from the Indian film industry. This year, for cases in Amsterdam: the presentation of the IIFA awards, will take place on June 11, 2005 in the Amsterdam Arena. The days sure are lots of activities already. The Hindustaans film festival in Amsterdam from May 26 is the ideal way for the Bollywood festival.
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Location and date
May 26 to June 8, Filmmuseum Cinerama
Marnixstraat 400, Amsterdam, Book t. 020-6237814
Admission € 7.20 Mon-Thu Fri-Sun € 7,80

Yash Raj Chopra (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 192 'color
Bollywood love story This is a manifesto for women's rights and a plea for friendly ties between India and Pakistan. An Indian Air Force pilot (Shahrukh Khan) is a block to the beautiful, lively daughter of a Pakistani politician (Preity Zinta), who is already promised to another. An immoderate emotional Romeo and Juliet-variation with happy end. Selected for Berlin Film Festival Forum 2005.
26, 28 and 29 May 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Lagan: Once Upon a Time in India
Ashutosh Gowariker (India 2001) Avadhi and English spoken, English subtitled 224 'color
The nearly four-hour epic of Ashutosh Gowariker Lagan is both a colorful parable about India's colonial history as a love story hindi style, full of song and dance. The film gained worldwide fame by an Oscar nomination for best non-English production to win. According to Anil Ramdas (India correspondent for NRC Handelsblad) 'the best film of the past 25 years. "
May 27 20.30 + 29 May 13.00 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Mother India
Mehboob Khan (India 1957) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 172 'color
Melodrama, sentiment and colorful kitsch perform prevailed in the Indian classic, in which Bollywood star Nargis and rural women age looks back on her turbulent life. Despite all the misery ago Nargis cost no effort now and then a spectacular song and dance number at best give. First Indian film with an Oscar Nomination (best foreign film) in 1958.
30 + 31 May 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Chokher Bali
Rituparno Ghosh (2003)
Rituparno Ghosh, known for his nuanced portrait ment of women, this costume drama based on the novel by Rabindranath Tagore (1902). Chokher Bali is in British India between 1902 and 1905. Against the background of British colonization of Bengal, Ghosh place the situation of a patriarchal household in Calcutta. With film Aishawarya Rai as the young widow Binodini. Nomination for the Golden Leopard in Locarno in 2003.
June 1 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Aitraaz (Objection)
Abbas & Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 160 'color
'In the world of women play by their rules or ...' Aitraaz is the Bollywood version of the American thriller Disclosure (1994) - with Michael Douglas and Demi Moore - a man (Kareena Kapoor) who is an aggressive, sex hungry woman (Priyanka Chopra). The film - from the makers of the thriller Ajnabee (2001) and Soldier (1998) - was a blockbuster.
June 2 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Masti (stunned)
Indra Kumar (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 185 'color
Bollywood slapstick three old college friends that adultery in the solution for their daily marital misery. But they are a little adventure to car, they accidentally become entangled in a criminal case. The three face a dogged detective. Based on the Hollywood classic The Seven Year Itch (1955).
June 3 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Dhoom (Misty)
Sanjay Gadhvi (India 2004)
Hindi spoken, English subtitled 129 'color Hindustaans Film Festival 2005
The first big hit of actor Abhishek Bachchan, son of the renowned Indian superstar Amitabh Bachchan. Dhoom - inspired by the Hollywood classic The Fast and the Furious (1954) - tells of an undercover cop who works in a garage in order to unmask a gang criminals. Thrilling climax.
June 4 22.15 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Sanjay Leela Bhansali (India 2005)
Hindi spoken, English subtitled 122 'color
Live Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan is a ruthless teacher who acts as mentor for the deaf and blind Michelle McNally (star actress Rani Mukherjee). When he gets Alzheimer's disease, the roles reversed. Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali made as one of the few Bollywood movie without a fur color and musical interludes. 'An uplifting journey through the human spirit' (BBCi).

Amrutal Vipul Shah (India 2005) Hindi spoken, English subtitled color
Vipul Shah, director of the much acclaimed thriller Aankhen (2002), was a coming of age film about the relationship between a father (Amitabh Bachchan) and his only son (Akshay Kumar). Father is blind to the shortcomings of his son, even when they married without the consent of his parents. Only when decision son loves to be a star, it's time for drastic measures.
June 5 13.00 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Mani Rantam (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 180'kleur
Three men cross each others path, which changes their lives dramatically. It is the revolutionary student leader Michael, the criminal 'hot shot' Lallan and spoiled young man Arjun.Vanuit different positions semi director Mani Ratnam an exciting Bollywood thriller à la Pulp Fiction. Composer AR Rahman (Lagan) provided the film a cool electronic soundtrack. Selected for the Venice Film Festival.
June 5 16.00 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Phir milenge (To see you again)
Revathi (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 180 'color
One of the first Indian films that are incompatibilities examines the impact of AIDS. The young Tamanna has a promising career in the advertising world when - after a single sexual adventure with a childhood love - infected with the HIV virus. Her colleagues turn against her and she is even fired. For its dismissal of legal challenge, it takes a passionate lawyer.
June 5 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Govind Nihalani (India 2004) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 180 'color
Three years ago vomiting bloody riots between Muslims and Hindus in the Indian state of Gujrat. In Dev late director Govind Nihalani how religious differences are fueled by politicians (and criminals) and what they have devastating consequences for the cohesion of the multi-ethnic Indian society. With Amitabh Bachan and Kareena Kapoor.
June 6 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Subhash Ghai (India 2005) Hindi spoken, English subtitled 170 'color
This Anglo-Indian romance plays in the India of the thirties, during the independence struggle. Kisna, the title hero (a role played by Vivek Oberoi), goes against the wishes of his family when the British Katherine, daughter of a ruthless Commissioner protects an angry crowd of nationalists. Their budding love encounters major practical concerns.
June 7 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

Hum Tum (You and me)
Kunal Kohli (India 2004) Hindi and English spoken, English subtitled 142 'color
Bollywood Film for a large part in Amsterdam, with dazzling dance scenes for the Rijksmuseum, the Max Euweplein at Schiphol and Den Haag. Successful cartoonist Karan (Saif Ali Khan) has a simple view of the world: there is a real contradiction, between his cartoon characters Hum and Tum, between woman and man. If the graceful Rea (Rani Mukherjee) met his philosophy appears only too true.
June 8 20.30 Filmmuseum Cinerama

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