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Aurangzeb (2013)

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Synopsis

Gurgaon is the most modern boom-town of “India Shining”, the new frontier to be conquered bythose who understand real estate. This city rose from a small town to a boom town satellite city in just fifteen years. However the law and order is yet to catch up. A family of Policemen... A family of Gangsters... Under the guise of a respected citizen, Yashwardhan runs a parallel world – a world, where he is the Emperor. To bring down a criminal... the law will have to now think like a criminal! When Vishal is planted in Yashwardhan's world in place of Ajay, the lawmakers roll the dice and a sequence of events unravel – something much more than what Vishal bargained for, as he finds himself in a predicament that puts him to the test! Aurangzeb is all about a world where Kingship knows no Kinship and where there can be only one Emperor!

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: May 17th, 2013 (Limited) by Yash Raj Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 140 minutes
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Keywords: Undercover, Organized Crime, Dysfunctional Family, Same Actor, Multiple Roles
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Yash Raj Films
Production Countries: India

Cast

   Ajay
Jackie Shroff    Yashwardhan
Rishi Kapoor    Ravikant
Prithviraj Sukumaran    Arya
Amrita Singh    Nina

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Atul Sabharwal
Producer    Aditya Chopra
Executive Producer    Aashish Singh
Production Designer    Mustafa Stationwala
Editor    Niraj Voralia
Composer    Amartya Rahut
Director of Photography    Karthik Ganesh

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