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Title Vijay / Faasle (2 Movies in 1 Disc)
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Vijay is a story about various characters that are bound by relationships of love and friendship. How they become foes and take up weapons against each other.
When Arjun (Anil Kapoor) and Vicky (Rishi Kapoor) meet, they are oblivious to the fact that they are cousin brothers. They meet as friends until one day the truth dawns that the person behind the humiliation and destruction of Arjun's mother is their Grandfather Lala Yoddhraj (Anupam Kher).
The battle lines are drawn between Arjun & Vicky as well as their respective families. Vicky is unaware of the mental torture and humiliation his grandfather had subjected to Arjun's mother and how despite Arjun being the true heir to Lala Yoddhraj's business empire he is made to live a life of a poor adopted child.
How Arjun wins the battle against all odds and wins back the support of his family by exposing the selfish actions of his grandfather is what Vijay is about.
Vikram (Sunil Dutt) is a proud and wealthy man who unabashedly adores his motherless daughter Chandni (Farah ). Widowed early, he brought up his daughter Chandni (Farah) and son Sanjay (Farooq Shaikh) sacrificing his own personal happiness, choosing and illicit affair over marriage, to the wise & passionate Maya (Rekha).The spoilt and adored Chandni, the flirtations Sanjay and their orphaned childhood friend Sheetal (Deepti Naval), all live together cosseted and happy until Vijay (Rohan Kapoor) gallops into their lives on his proverbial sleed and steals Chandni's heart.
The course of true love never runs smooth and her father's disapproval and her impending arranged marriage continues to widen the chasm between Chandni and Vijay.
Faasle (the gap)...the gap between the blind sense of duly inculcated by the older generation and the self-confidence and arrogance of the youth.....the gap between a father's love and the passion of a lifetime.... the gap between the mind and the heart ....a gap between the privilegedand the under-priviliged...
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