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Running time 185 minutes Country India Language Budget ₹500 million Box office est. ₹998.7 million Devdas is a 2002 directed by and based on the 1917 's novel. This is the third Hindi version and the first film version of the story in Hindi done in colour. The film is set in the early 1900s and follows as Devdas, a wealthy law graduate who returns from London to marry his childhood sweetheart, Paro, played. However, the rejection of this marriage by his own family sparks his descent into alcohol, ultimately leading to his emotional deterioration and him seeking refuge with a courtesan played. At the time of its release, Devdas was the most expensive Bollywood film ever produced, with a reported budget of ₹50 crore (US$7.0 million).
The film was a commercial success in India and abroad, becoming the highest grossing Indian film of the year. Shah Rukh Khan has bought the rights to this film under his banner,. Despite receiving mixed reviews in India upon release, Devdas was critically acclaimed among western film critics, and is considered as one of the greatest films ever made. It was nominated for the and was also. It was ranked #74 in magazine's 'The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema' in 2010.
Magazine named Devdas as the best movie of 2002 among all the movies released around the world that year. The film was recently included in TIME 's top 10 movies of the millennium worldwide. The film was screened at, and the 2002, and 2014 in the 'Devdas Section' and 'Celebrating Dance in Indian cinema' section respectively. Devdas won the. The film also won five and a further ten, tied with with the most Filmfare Awards any film had won at the time (later beaten in 2005 by Bhansali's ). Contents. Plot In the early 1900s, Kaushalya hears that her younger son, Devdas , is about to return home after leaving 10 years ago for law school in.
Kaushalya tells her neighbor Sumitra , who is overjoyed. Sumitra's daughter, Parvati 'Paro' Chakraborty and Devdas share a deep friendship rooted in childhood. When Devdas was sent to England, Paro had lit an oil lamp to prompt his return and never allowed it to extinguish. When Devdas returns, the childhood friendship between him and Paro turns to love. Everyone believes that Devdas and Paro will get married, but Devdas' scheming sister-in-law Kumud reminds Kaushalya of Paro's maternal lineage of and, which is inappropriate for the Mukherjee family. Sumitra publicly announces her desire for Devdas and Paro to marry, and Kaushalya rejects and humiliates her in public by saying that she is from a lower class.
Devastated, Sumitra hastily arranges Paro's marriage to a man from a family wealthier than the Mukherjees: Thakur Bhuvan Chaudhry , a forty-year-old widower aristocrat with three grown children. When Devdas' father also rejects Paro, Devdas leaves his parents' house and takes refuge at a. He leaves a letter for Paro, falsely stating that love had never existed between them. At the brothel, he meets a good-hearted (courtesan) named Chandramukhi , who falls in love with him. Soon, Devdas realizes his mistake in abandoning Paro.
He returns to her during her wedding and asks her to elope but Paro refuses, reminding him of the way he had discarded her so easily. Devdas vows to see her again before he dies. Paro learns from her new husband that he has married her only to be mother to his children and lady of the estate, but that his love is only for his late first wife. She dutifully fulfills her responsibilities, while Devdas, heartbroken at having lost Paro, permanently moves to Chandramukhi's brothel and becomes an alcoholic.
When Devdas' father is on his deathbed, he asks to see his son Devdas, but Devdas arrives later, at his father's funeral—shamefully and obviously drunk. He causes a scene and eventually passes out. Eventually, Devdas becomes so ill that the slightest dose of alcohol could kill him. He returns to the family home to heal, and discovers that his sister-in-law has stolen his mother's keys to the family safe. He confronts her but Kumud tells his mother that Devdas had stolen the keys. His mother believes her and Devdas leaves, banished. Paro arrives at Chandramukhi's brothel, accusing her of driving Devdas to drink, but quickly realizes that Chandramukhi loves Devdas.
Paro urges Devdas to stop drinking, but Devdas remains stubborn. He promises Paro that before he dies, he will come to her doorstep one last time. Paro invites Chandramukhi to a celebration of at her husband's home and introduces her to her in-laws without revealing Chandramukhi's profession. However, Bhuvan's ill-natured son-in-law Kalibabu , a frequent visitor to the brothel, reveals Chandramukhi's background and humiliates her in front of the guests.
He also tells Bhuvan of Paro's relationship with Devdas. As a result, Bhuvan permanently forbids Paro from leaving the mansion. Devdas tells Chandramukhi that she must let him go, and decides to travel the country; on a train, he meets his old college friend Chunnibabu , who urges him to drink in the name of friendship. Devdas drinks, knowing full well it will be fatal.
On the verge of death, Devdas travels to Paro's house to honor his promise, collapsing under a tree in front of the main gate. Paro runs through the mansion, attempting to reach him. Bhuvan sees this and orders the servants to shut the gates. Devdas sees a blurred image of Paro running towards him, but the gates close just before she can reach him, leaving her sobbing inside. Devdas whispers Paro's name with his last breath as he slowly dies, and immediately Paro's lamp flickers out.
Rai played the role of Paro at the age of 28, establishing her foothold in the industry. as Devdas Mukherjee. as. as Parvati 'Paro' Chakraborty. as Chunnilal.
as Sumitra Chakraborty. as Kaushalya Mukherjee. as Kumud Mukherjee.
as Bhuvan Chaudhry. as Dharamdas. as Kalibabu. as Dwijdas Mukherjee. as Devdas's Badi-ma. Sunil Rege as Neelkanth Chakraborty.
Vijay Crishna as Sir Narayan Mukherjee. as Manorama. as Sakhi. as Bhuvan's Mother. as Kalibabu's Mother. Radhika Singh as Yashomati. as Badi Aapa.
Muni Jha as Kaka Production The major part of the movie was filmed at, recreating early 20th-century. Chandramukhi's was constructed next to an artificial lake, to make it look like a set in on the. A temple city surrounded the set, for which inspiration was taken from the in. For the creation of Paro's room in a 122,000,008 pieces of stained glass were used. Box office Devdas grossed ₹68.19 crore (US$9.5 million) in India and $6.5 million ( ₹31.68 ) in other countries, for a worldwide total of ₹99.87 crore (US$14 million), against its ₹44 crore (US$6.1 million) budget. The film had an extraordinary opening worldwide and recorded highest opening weekend and week of the year with collections of ₹19.83 crore (US$2.8 million) and ₹33.45 crore (US$4.7 million) respectively.
It was the worldwide. India It opened on Friday, July 12, 2002, across 325 screens, and grossed highest opening day of the year with figure of ₹2.09 crore (US$290,000) nett. It became the second film to gross ₹2 crore (US$280,000) nett opening day after. It also had highest opening weekend and week of the year with collections of ₹6.15 crore (US$860,000) nett and ₹11.78 crore (US$1.6 million) nett respectively. The film earned a total of ₹41.65 crore (US$5.8 million) nett. It was the in India.
Overseas It had an opening weekend of $2 million ( ₹9.75 ) and went on to gross $2.9 million ( ₹14.13 ) in its first week. The film earned a total of $6.5 million ( ₹31.68 ). Overseas, it was the. Devdas worldwide collections breakdown Territory Territory-wise collections break-up India Nett gross: ₹41.65 crore (US$5.8 million) Distributor share: ₹24.75 crore (US$3.4 million) Total gross: ₹68.19 crore (US$9.5 million) International (outside India) $6.5 million ( ₹31.68 ) Worldwide ₹99.87 crore (US$14 million) Reviews Reviewer Sukanya Verma writes, 'Sanjay Leela Bhansali's labour of love Devdas is a larger-than-life, poignant and spectacular interpretation. Clearly Devdas is a work of art and heart. His penchant for colour, grandeur, heartbreak unspools throughout the film as it did previously in Khamoshi - The Musical and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
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The resplendent sets by Nitin Desai - Paro's stained glass house before marriage, her towering mansion after marriage, Devdas' sprawling house, Chandramukhi's dazzling dance court, even the railway compartment - are a treat to the eyes.' About the dances, she writes, ' and storm the screen with some sensational choreography. Madhuri Dixit's dances are breath-taking.For all its hype, grandeur, money, blood, sweat, music, tragedy, Devdas is a must-see for even the most pragmatic and unromantic.' Film critic gave the film 3.5 stars out of 5 stating, 'Devdas is one of the most outstanding products of the much-maligned Bollywood.
It is rich in visual details - and hats off to Nitin Desai for his sets and Abu-Sandeep, Neeta Lulla and Reza Sharifi for their classy costumes.The characters don't just move in their breathtakingly ornate clothes that seem to have been spun from the most exquisite threads obtainable. Bhansali's characters speak and sing to the viewer. The opulence never smothers the immensity of Chatterjee's emotional tragedy.
Hence the film requires at least two viewings for one to understand the visual and emotional layers the narration secretes. In telling the story of Devdas' doomed love for Paro, Bhansali goes beyond places where legendary Bimal Roy had taken the original text in his make of the classic in the 1950s.' Critic reviewed, 'Devdas has the budget, the canvas, the mounting that no Hindi film can boast of to date.
The opulent sets, the grandiose look, the mounting and the ambience makes you gape in astonishment. Technically too, the film is a superior product. The shot execution, the sound quality and the cinematography bowl your mind as you embark on a journey that promises the world as far as entertainment is concerned. Bhansali also deserves bouquets for handling several sequences with aplomb. The Kiron Kher vs.
Smita Jayakar fiery confrontation (first half) deserves distinction marks. Ditto for the scene between Madhuri Dixit and Milind Gunaji, when the latter throws a challenge at her. The Madhuri vs. Aishwarya confrontation and the dramatic sequence soon after 'Dola Dola', when Madhuri confronts Milind, are a few instances that endorse the fact that Bhansali is amongst the best in the business.'
Writing for BBC, Shamaila Khan said it was one of the best films she has ever seen. Times Magazine mentioned this film as one of 10 Greatest movies of the Millennium. Music Devdas by, and Released March 1, 2002 ( 2002-03-01) Length 52: 56, and chronology (2002) Devdas (2002) (2002) chronology Mitti (2001) Devdas (2002) (2005) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Planet Bollywood The film soundtrack was predominantly composed by, while the lyrics were written by Nusrat Badr. It features playback singers (as Parvati), (as Chandramukhi), and (as Devdas). Ghoshal made her Bollywood debut through this film.
She caught the attention of, who noticed her as a participant in while she was singing a bhajan of, and later offered her the opportunity to playback for the character of Paro. The first Bollywood song Ghoshal recorded in her singing career was ' when she was 16 years old. She sang five songs on the album, which won her critical acclaim and accolades, including the prestigious for '. Aniket Joshi of Planet Bollywood gave 9 stars stating, 'Rarely have we an album where ALL the songs are perfectly sung, Devdas is such an album.' According to the Indian trade website, with around 18,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's third highest-selling.
Devdas (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) No. Title Lyrics Music Artist(s) Length 1. 'Silsila Ye Chahat Ka' Nusrat Badr 5:26 2.
'Maar Daala' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar 4:40 3. ' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar Shreya Ghoshal, 5:23 4. 'Kaahe Chhed' Birju Maharaj Kavita Krishnamurthy, Birju Maharaj 5:23 5. 'Chalak Chalak' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan, 5:12 6. 'Hamesha Tumko Chaha' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan 6:02 7.
'Woh Chand Jaisi Ladki' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar Udit Narayan 4:32 8. 'Morey Piya' Ismail Darbar Shreya Ghoshal, 5:40 9. 'Dev's Last Journey' (The Theme), Raghab Chatterjee, Supriy 4:03 10.
' Nusrat Badr Ismail Darbar Shreya Ghoshal, Kavita Krishnamurthy, 6:35 Total length: 52:56 Awards. Devdas was in 2003. The film was screened at the. Award Category Recipients and Nominees Results Won and for ' Confrontation scene between Parvati and Chandramukhi.
And Won for ', Abu Jani, and (shared with ) Won and for 'Woh Chand Jaisi Ladki' Won and for ' Prakash Kapadia Nusrat Badr for ' Best Song Recording Bishwadeep Chatterjee, Abu Jani, Arun Pillai Jitendra Chaudhary, Kunal Sharma Leslie Fernandes Won and for ' True Indian Beauty for ' Won Asian Film Award Devdas Won Devdas Nominated See also. ^ Box office:2.12 crore INR Chapman, James (2004). Reaktion Books. Retrieved 12 August 2015. Sheela Raval and Anupama Chopra (20 May 2002).
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