Ya Rab

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Ya Rab
Ya Rab.jpg
Poster of Ya Rab
Directed by Hasnain Hyderabadwala
Produced by Mohsin Ali Khan
Meesam Ali Khan
Hoori Ali Khan
Written by Ikram Akhtar
Screenplay by Ikram Akhtar
Story by Ikram Akhtar
Starring Vikram Singh
Ajaz Khan
Manzar Sehbai
Akhilendra Mishra
Imran Hasnee
Music by Amjad - Nadeem
Edited by Sanjay Ingle
Production
company
Distributed by Vishesh Films
Release date
  • 7 February 2014 (2014-02-07) (India)
Running time
120 minutes
Country India
Language Hindustani Hindi
Budget 2.50 crore (US$390,000)

Ya Rab (Arabic)(English: Oh Lord!) is a 2014 Bollywood movie directed by Hasnain Hyderabadwala starring Ajaz Khan, Arjumman Mughal, Raju Kher, Vikram Singh (actor), Imran Hasnee.[1][2] The film shows the battle between two ideologies.[3] One group represents the Islamic principles of compassion and respect for human life, while the other incites youth to avenge alleged atrocities on Muslims.[4][5]

Film Maker Mahesh Bhatt promoted Ya Rab.[6] The film was released on 7 February 2014 through his company, Vishesh Films.[7][8]

Plot[edit]

Ikram (Raju Kher) is a practicing Muslim living happily with his family in Lucknow. His brother, Maulana Jilani (Akhilendra Mishra) is a much respected Muslim face. Having a huge following, the maulana gets his followers out of trouble with the authorities thus adding to his power. But the maulana’s intentions are not what they seem to be. He has a sinister side to him, that of inciting mobs and spreading terrorism. He specialises in choosing boys for suicide bombing missions and brainwashes them in various ways including showing them films of atrocities against Muslims.

On the tail of the maulana is the ATS cop, Rann Vijay Singh (Ajaz Khan), who has information that something is slated to happen in Lucknow on a certain date. Khan's love life has been shattered after his Muslim fiancée learnt that her brother is also a terrorist. She decides to atone for him by not marrying! Gradually,Ran Vijay has zeroed down on the maulana and worked out that a suicide bomber will destroy a crowded mall in the city. He makes it to the mall only to see the bomb going off.

The bomb blast will haunt the maulana as one of the victims is his brother’s pregnant daughter-in-law, Amreen(Arjumman Mughal). Ran vijay’a hopes rested on her since she was seen talking to the bomber before it went off which meant she knew him. She is the only witness to the bombing but she is brain-dead. While the surgeon Dr.Mazhar (Manzar Sehbai) wants to keep her alive till the doctors can bring the child out of her, the maulana makes all the efforts to kill her including threatening Dr.Mazhar with mob violence and destruction of his hospital.

Cast[edit]

  • Vikram Singh .. Imran Khan
  • Ajaz Khan .. Ran Vijay Singh
  • Arjumman Mughal .. Amreen
  • Raju Kher .. Ikram
  • Akhilendra Mishra .. Maulana Jilani
  • Manzar Sehbai .. Dr. Mazhar
  • Indrapal Ahuja .. Afzal
  • Neha Baam .. Ikram's mother
  • Vikram Dahiya .. Aslam Goonga
  • Rakesh Deewana .. Nanhey Nawab
  • Rajesh Gupta .. A.T.S Officer
  • Imran Hasnee .. Javed
  • Abizer Hyderabadwala .. Hamja
  • Jasbir Jassi .. Jasbir A.T.S Officer

Release[edit]

Jamiat Ulama-e-Maharashtra filed a PIL before Bombay High Court against the release of the movie.[9][10][11] Later,Bombay High Court permits release of Ya Rab of 7 February 2014 without controversial scenes and dialogues.[12]

The film was released on 7 February 2014.[13]

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