Synopsis: This is the story of a man who lived, laughed and loved just like everyone in this world. Until one day, a terrible tragedy struck. Driven by the fire of vengeance, nothing will stop him. Not even the fact that he has been blind since birth.
Director(s): Sanjay Gupta
Production: B4U US Inc.
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
139 min


'Hello, Rohan.

Good morning!'

Mrs. Mukherjee, good morning!

How're you?

- 'I'm fine. So, excited?'

Can't you hear

the excitement in my voice?

'Rohan, please be there

at 10:
45 am, okay?'

I'll be there on time.

Please don't worry. - 'Okay.'

But Mrs. Mukherjee, it would

be nice to have you there too.

It was you who fixed this.

So, I was thinking if you could

meet, it would be really nice.

'Why so?

Are you scared of the girl?'

If I would deny it,

I'd be lying.

But to be honest,

I am a little..

Since it is the first time I am

doing this, I feel, that's why..

'Rohan, I hope someone

is accompanying you.'

Oh, yes! The one and only Zafar

will be coming.

'Oh, okay.. Good..'

'All the best, then.'

- Yes, Mrs. Mukherjee.

'Okay, Rohan.'

- Thank you.

I'll see you. Bye.

- 'Bye.'

Percy, what happened?

Did the chain link

slip out again? - Yes.

You will never get your old

bicycle repaired, will you?

You're right.

What do we do now?

- Fix it, please.

And tell your dad

to buy you a new one.


you know my father well.

He didn't even exchange

his father's vintage car

let alone my bicycle.

- Your dad is a typical Parsi.

Lift it..

- Okay.

Yes.. Good.

You should learn how I do it.

- Sure.

I have done it

so many times for you.

Okay, so..

Let's test.

All set!

- Yes..

Thanks, Rohan.

You're welcome.

- You're the best.

Tell me something. - What?

- How do you manage to ride it?

Trust and confidence!

When you have these two things,

you don't need anything else.

Remember that.

Oh, your dad is here.

Good morning, Mr. Cyrus!

- My dear

how do you realise that I have

come, despite not seeing me?

Is your sense

of smell that strong?

I can smell the meat you eat,

Mr. Cyrus.

That's my code.

See you, Percy.


- See you tonight.


- Yes.

What is it?

Did you see her?

Tell me.

Rohan, you are fair

but she is much fairer

than you.

Your children might look

like they are Irish.

Tell me when we're there.

- The coffee is good.

Hello. Hi.

- Hi.

I am Rohan Bhatnagar.

Sorry for being late.

It's all right. - This is

Supriya. Supriya Sharma.

Hi. - Hello.

- And I am Geeta Sandiyal.


- Hi.

It would be better if Rohan

joins Supriya here

while we both sit

at another table.

The 'Pav Bhaji' here

is very famous.

Rohan, should I order you one?

- No, I'm good.


I'm ordering one for you.

Please come with me.

Will you be fine?

- Yes.

I am so sorry.

Zafar is too much!

He always talks nonsense.

I hope you don't mind him.

- It's all right.

So.. Mrs. Mukherjee..

Whenever she talks about you

all she does is sing

praises of you.

Did she tell you

anything about me?

She told me so much that I

cannot even have a thought

about anyone else..

That is, if I actually wanted

to get married.

What do you mean?

- I owe a lot to Mrs. Mukherjee.

I came to see you

only because she insisted.


I never want to get married.

Please deny this proposal

for me.

You may give any reason.

- Like what?


You may say that you didn't

like me. - So, you want me

to lie to her

against my will.

Rohan, I am a working woman.

I earn well.

I am not dependant

on anyone.

But in real life, how can two

negatives make a positive?


It's funny, because I too

don't wish to get married.

So, then.. Why did you..

- The same!

Mrs. Mukherjee

and her pressures!



In this one meeting,

I have learnt

that you are very confident

and independent

and I think,

that's really amazing.

Thank you.

May I say something, Su?

A person's trust in himself,

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