Naam Shabana

Synopsis: Shabana a college student who is also Kudo fighter lives with her mother in Mumbai at a young age she had killed her father trying to save her mother from his daily abuse and was sent to children remand home. Shabana is in love with Jai who gets killed by some spoiled brats when he tries to save Shabana from their abuse. Three months after the death of Jai the police haven't made any arrest as they were trying to save the culprits. Shabana then gets a anonymous call from Ranvir Singh telling that he will provide her details of Jai's killers in return she has to work for their secret National Defense Force.
Director(s): Shivam Nair
Production: Reliance Entertainment
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
147 min

Mother, it's Jai's birthday tomorrow.


So he's inviting me on a date...

I mean dinner.

Do you want to?

It's delicious, mother.

I haven't thought about it.

Does he know you share

everything with me?

He doesn't know that you're

more of a friend than a mother.

My tournament's tomorrow, mother.

Don't forget to pray for me.

Come on!

Sujata! Sujata! Sujata!

Sujata! Sujata! Sujata!

Sujata! Sujata!


[Speaking foreign language]

[Speaking foreign language]

In white corner, Sujata Raina.

And in the blue corner, Shabana Khan.

Come on, Shabana. Come on!

Sujata! Sujata! Sujata!

Don't let her go.

Come on, Shabana. Come on.

Come on.

- Yes.


Yes, you've got this. Come on.

- Come on.

Don't let her go.

How's the place?

It's beautiful.

The place belongs to my friend's dad.

Usually, it's closed on Mondays.

But it's open today...only for you.

I've been planning to

bring you here to impress you.


Happy birthday.


Thanks, Shabana.

It's cheaper than

what you're wearing...

...which indicates that you're

going through a bad time right now.

That's the problem... don't know

what I am going through.

I see...

What are you going through?

Right now everything

is at a standstill.

It's my best birthday ever.

Good...then have fun while it lasts.

Why so bitter?

What is your problem?

You know you're very lucky.

I see... Why?

You strive really hard...

to hide your emotions... put up a strong front...

You can stop doing

that in front of me.

Because anyone else...

...would've been frustrated

by now and run away.

Do you know how...

how much I tolerate you'?

You don't know the

value of this driver.

I don't...and yet I am sitting here.

Did you ever share anything

about you with me?

Maybe I am worried.

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Neeraj Pandey

Neeraj Pandey (born 17 December 1973) is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter. Pandey made his directoral debut in A Wednesday!, which was largely praised by audiences as well as critics and which later became a recipient of many accolades. His second film was Special 26 (2013), which was followed by Baby (2015), the latter of which received critical acclaim and became a huge commercial success. He served as a producer in Rustom (2016). Pandey returned to directing in 2017 helming the biopic M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story based on renowned Indian cricketer M.S.Dhoni which fared well critically and commercially. Besides being a filmmaker, Pandey is also a writer and has written a novel names Ghalib Danger in 2013. In 2016, his Production House Friday Filmworks and Reliance Entertainment entered into a joint venture and formed Plan C Studios. He has also directed a Web Short 'Ouch' with Manoj Bajpayee and Pooja Chopra which is nominated for Filmfare Short Film Award 2017. As the co-producer, his recent blockbuster Toilet- Ek Prem Katha is getting critical appreciation from the film industry and the audience. His next release was Aiyaary which starred Sidharth Malhotra and Manoj Bajpayee and was both critically and commercially flop emerging as his first failure. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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