|Ankush Hindi Film Poster|
Directed ; N. Chandra
Produced : N. Chandra,Subhas R. Durgakar
Written ; N. Chandra, Sayed Sultan
Starring : Nana Patekar,Madan Jain,Nisha Singh,Raja Bundela,Arjun Chakraborty
Music ; Kuldeep Singh
Cinematography : H. Laxminarayan
Edited : N. Chandra
Release dates : 1986
Running time : 149 minutes
Country : India
Language : Hindi.
Ankush Film Story :
Ankush Film story is of 4 lower middle class unemployed young men in Mumbai who feel disconnected with society and are wasting their lives away, when new neighbours, a young beautiful girl Anita and her grandmother, change their perspective. They change their attitude and try and blend in with the normal, honest and hard-working society of 1980s India when Anita is raped at the hands of her employers. However, the culprits are let off for the want of evidence and Anita takes the extreme step of suicide. They then take revenge of each and every culprit in a very novel way. It also shows their distrust in the law of the land. The movie has a tragic end with all four getting capital punishment for doing what they thought was correct, especially so when law of land fails to book the criminals for their wrongdoings.
N. Chandra starting his career with Gulzar in 1971, and later also worked as an editor with him. Influenced by Gulzar's Mere Apne (1971) and bringing in his experiences growing up in Mumbai, N. Chandra wrote a story of four frustrated unemployed men who roam the streets of Mumbai. He even based the character Ravindra upon the role played by Vinod Khanna in the original. The role of Ravindra was written with leading actor of Marathi cinema, Ravindra Mahajani in mind, however, later when N. Chandra couldn't afford him, however Nana Patekar was eager to do the same role and signed on for Rs. 10,000.
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A Small Budget Film With All Lead Actor are Unknown But Good Story And Song Become superHit And Specially Bhajan Song " Itani Shakti Hame Dena" So Popular in School.
N. Chandra Writer cum Editor cum Director & co-producer is earned both popular and also critical acclaim for this film. N. Chandra scored a hat-trick at the box office with his first three films, Ankush (1986), Pratighaat (1987) and Tezaab (1988). Ankush has earned the status of a cult classic over time, and the ending scene which symbolizes their hanging in front of the India Gate has received much attention. The film is one of the very first realistic depictions of inner city adolescents growing up in an atmosphere of social and economic deprivation.
Famours Prayer In Movie Ankush : " Itani Shakti Hame Dena Na Data"
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