|Directed by||Abhishek Kapoor|
|Produced by||Abhishek Kapoor|
Siddharth Roy Kapur
|Written by||Abhishek Kapoor|
|Based on||Great Expectations|
by Charles Dickens
Aditya Roy Kapur
|Edited by||Deepa Bhatia|
|Distributed by||UTV Motion Pictures|
|Box office||est. ₹19.28 crore|
Fitoor (transl. Madness, Obsession) is a 2016 Indian romantic drama film directed by Abhishek Kapoor, produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur, and written by Kapoor and Supratik Sen based on Charles Dickens' 1861 novel Great Expectations. The film features Tabu, Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur in leading roles. Filming began in Kashmir in November 2014. The film was released on 12 February 2016. It was an underwhelming success at the box-office; however, the film's music, cinematography and performances of the cast received praise, with Tabu's performance receiving high critical acclaim.
Noor (Aditya Roy Kapur), a thirteen-year-old Kashmiri boy from a middle-class family, meets and becomes deeply infatuated with Firdaus (Katrina Kaif), the daughter of a rich elite family in Kashmir that employs him. Firdaus' mother, Begum Hazrat Jahaan (Tabu), was left heartbroken in her youth and disapproves of Noor's feelings to his low social status. Despite this, Noor and Firdaus grow closer until Hazrat sends Firdaus abroad for school, insulting Noor as she breaks the news.
Years later, Noor (Aditya Roy Kapur) receives a prestigious art scholarship and moves to Delhi, where he encounters Firdaus (Katrina Kaif) again. By this time she is engaged to Bilal (Rahul Bhat), a Pakistani diplomat, but Noor's feelings have not changed and they begin a relationship. Despite initial friction with Noor, who by this time is a successful artist, Hazrat slowly starts to realise her mistake, but is still adamant that Firdaus should marry Bilal, and orders her against her will. A flashback of Hazrat and her lover Mufti (Akshay Oberoi), who left her pregnant and ran away with all her jewels, shows why she insisted on Firdaus marrying Bilal and let go of her love. Noor travels for an art show in London where he finds out that the art scholarship was given by Moazam (Ajay Devgn), a terrorist he saved when he was young, and not by Hazrat as he thought. Upset that he has been merely a pawn in Moazam's scheme and realizing that Hazrat has been playing him all along, Noor confronts her in London where she denies manipulating him and bursts into a fit of rage for her former lover Mufti and Noor realizes that she has been seeking redemption by breaking his heart. Noor goes back to the gallery and burns his artwork which was related to the memory of Firdaus. Another flashback of Hazrat shows that she lost her baby and Firdaus is her adopted daughter. She wakes up distraught and commits suicide. At her funeral, a grieving Firdaus opens her pendant to find Mufti's picture in it with Hazrat's and realizes that she could never get over her love for Noor. With this realization, Firdaus decides to leave Bilal and reunites with Noor.
- Tabu as Begum Hazrat Jaan Mahal
- Aditi Rao Hydari as Young Hazrat
- Katrina Kaif as Firdaus Jaan Naqvi
- Tunisha Sharma as Young Firdaus
- Aditya Roy Kapur as Noor Nizami
- Mohammed Abrar Sheikh as Young Noor
- Rahul Bhat as Bilal
- Akshay Oberoi as Mufti
- Lara Dutta as Leena Becker
- Ajay Devgn as Moazam / Mirza Baig (Cameo Appearance)
- Rochelle Rao as the host of the exhibition
- Jason Shah in a cameo
In October 2013, Disney UTV announced its upcoming production Fitoor, a Bollywood adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations to be directed by Abhishek Kapoor with Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif signed as the lead pair. Rekha was confirmed to join the cast in January 2014 but later opted out and replaced by Tabu. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Rahul Bhat, Akshay Oberoi, Lara Dutta, Suchitra Pillai and Andy Von Eich in supporting roles.
Principal photography began in Srinagar, Kashmir in November 2014 and continued at the famous Nishat Bagh on the banks of the Dal Lake in Srinagar in January 2015. The film was also shot at Humayun's Tomb in Nizamuddin East, Delhi in March 2015. The remaining portion of the film was shot in Mehboob Studios, Filmistan Studios and Film City, Mumbai from April to September 2015. In September 2015, the cast and crew flew off to Poland to shoot the last leg of the film at the Goetz Palace, Brzesko and Warsaw's traditional and contemporary art galleries. On 2 October, the shooting of the project was completed.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||18 January 2016|
|Recorded||A T Studios|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Zee Music Company|
|Amit Trivedi chronology|
|Singles from Fitoor|
Amit Trivedi composed the songs while Swanand Kirkire wrote the lyrics for the film. Hitesh Sonik composed the film's score. The first song "Yeh Fitoor Mera" sung by Arijit Singh was released on 7 January 2016. The second song "Pashmina" was released on 14 January 2016. The official soundtrack released on 18 January 2016 by Zee Music Company.
All music is composed by Amit Trivedi.
|1.||"Yeh Fitoor Mera"||Arijit Singh||04:43|
|4.||"Hone Do Batiyan"||Nandini Srikar, Zeb Bangash||04:30|
|5.||"Tere Liye"||Sunidhi Chauhan, Jubin Nautiyal||04:31|
|6.||"Ranga Re (Hindi)"||Sunidhi Chauhan, Amit Trivedi||04:49|
|7.||"Ranga Re" (English)||Caralisa Monteiro, Amit Trivedi||04:49|
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