Seven Visionary Directors. Ten Spectacular Stories. One Cinematic Journey.
The visions of seven directors merge in Dus Kahaniyaan. Epic in scale yet meticulously observed, Dus Kahaniyaan boasts of an extraordinary ensemble cast.
Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Nana Patekar, Sunil Shetty, Aftab Shivdasani, Arbaaz Khan, Rohit Roy, Shabana, Mandira Bedi, Neha Dhupia, Anupam Kher, Jimmy Shergill, Sammir Dattani, Sudhanshu Pandey
A highway symbolized two friends’ companionship, their tacit love, but its unpredictable and volatile turns would radically change their lives. A writer is driven to madness after he makes a startling discovery about the woman he loves.
Five friends start spinning stories in a story that will spin them around. Through an internal conflict between an underworld Don and his best friend, we weave through a stylish game of friendship and betrayal…
Dus Kahaniyaan takes you on a tour of expansive highways and modern romance, of kindly strangers, of lives lived in the realms of power and lives freed from the gloom of oppression. Fortunes are made and squandered, honour betrayed and redeemed, and love lost and rediscovered.
Dus Kahaniyaan’s themes run the gamut from loss and betrayal to uprootedness and alienation, and that makes for irresistibly absorbing entertainment. The tales discover poignant moments of connection in one of White Feather Films’ most inimitable and ambitious creations.
The advantage for the viewer when you are watching a movie like this is that the movie literally moves on! If you don’t like a story, it wouldn’t tax you for long-that’s the best part. Some stories, like I said, could have been better. Sometimes, like in their earlier movies, the stress is put too much on Style and Gloss rather than the fundamental part-the script.