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VEER ( hindi movie)

Post by Face » Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:20 am

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Directed by Anil Sharma
Produced by Vijay Galani
Sunil A. Lulla
Written by Salman Khan
Shailesh Verma
Starring Salman Khan
Zarine Khan
Mithun Chakraborty
Sohail Khan
Jackie Shroff
Music by Sajid-Wajid
Cinematography Gopal Shah
Editing by Ashfaque Makrani
Distributed by Eros International
Release date(s) 22 January 2010
Running time 155 mins
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget INR 80 crore[1]
Gross revenue INR 41.9 crore[2][3]


* Salman Khan as Veer
* Mithun Chakraborty as Prithvi Singh, Veer's father
* Sohail Khan as Punya, Veer's brother
* Jackie Shroff as the king of Madhavgarh and father of Yashodhara
* Zarine Khan as Princess Yashodhara, Veer's love
* Lisa Lazarus as Angela
* Tim James Lawrence as Governor General Frazer
* Bianca Van Varenberg
* Asif Hussain as Jay
* Khurram Tejrar
* Gita Soto
* Neena Gupta
* Aryan Vaid
* Bharat Dabholkar
* Bunny Anand[7]
* Shahbaaz Khan
* Puru Raaj Kumar
* Militza Radmilovic
* Sully
* Charissa Glidden as the Governess
* Roy Bronsgeest as Rhino[8]

Critical reception

The movie was generally panned by critics.[17] Taran Adarsh criticized the writing and direction of the movie, describing it as a colossal disappointment.[18] Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN termed it as "an impossible film to appreciate", criticizing the performance of the support cast, while praising the performance of Salman Khan.[19] Gaurav Malani praised the performance of Salman Khan, while terming the story as average.[20] Noyon Jyoti Parasara of also praised Salman Khan but added "Overall, ‘Veer’ has it’s pluses but it is sadly restricted to a very average film. It has nothing new and that only makes it seem slower."[21]

Among U.S. critics, Frank Lovece of Film Journal International enjoyed it as "hokum of the highest order, punctuated with the most rousing musical sequences of the last several Indian imports," and after dissecting the film's numerous historical and chronological fallacies said, "Stateside Bollywood fans more accustomed to modern-day musical romances or stylish crime thrillers will be pleasantly surprised to find a period piece that's more Xena: Warrior Princess than A Passage to India.[22]
[edit] Box office

The film did very well in single screens in Rajasthan and other areas in north India. According to Eros, Veer grossed Rs. 32.5 crore net in its first week in India, including the Telugu version.[23].As of 4 March, the film grossed 37,52,00,000 and rated as a below average performer in India .[24]



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