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Awarapan is a 2007 Hindi-language neo-noir action drama film directed by Mohit Suri and produced by Mukesh Bhatt. It stars Emraan Hashmi, Shriya Saran, Mrinalini Sharma, and Ashutosh Rana. The film is an uncredited remake of the South Korean film A Bittersweet Life, and follows the story of Shivam, a loyal henchman of a gangster, who falls in love with a girl who reminds him of his lost love. The film was critically acclaimed for its performances, music, action, and plot, but was a commercial failure at the time of its release. However, over the years, the film has attained a cult status among the fans of Emraan Hashmi and Mohit Suri.



Shivam (Emraan Hashmi) is a heartbroken and introvert atheist, who works as a hitman and manager of a hotel owned by Bharat Malik (Ashutosh Rana), a powerful gangster in Hong Kong. Shivam is loyal and reliable to Malik, who treats him like a son. Shivam has a tragic past, as he was in love with Aaliyah (Shriya Saran), a devout Muslim girl, who was killed by her father when he tried to elope with her. Shivam is haunted by her memories and has lost his faith in life and God.

One day, Malik asks Shivam to keep an eye on his young mistress Reema (Mrinalini Sharma), whom he suspects of having an affair with someone else. Reema is a Pakistani girl who was sold to Malik by human traffickers. Shivam finds out that Reema has a lover named Bilal (Rehan Khan), who wants to rescue her from Malik's clutches. Shivam feels a connection with Reema, as she reminds him of Aaliyah and her desire for freedom. He decides to help Reema escape with Bilal, even though it means betraying Malik and risking his own life.

Shivam faces many obstacles and enemies in his quest to save Reema, including Malik's son Ronnie (Salil Acharya), who is jealous of Shivam's status; Malik's brother Rajan (Ashish Vidyarthi) and his son Munna (Purab Kohli), who have a grudge against Shivam; and Kabir (Shaad Randhawa), Shivam's childhood friend and fellow henchman, who tries to dissuade him from his plan. Shivam also has to confront his own inner demons and doubts about his actions.

The film ends with a climactic showdown between Shivam and Malik, where Shivam sacrifices his life to save Reema and Bilal. He dies with a smile on his face, as he finally finds peace and redemption.


  • Emraan Hashmi as Shivam Pandit

  • Shriya Saran as Aaliyah

  • Mrinalini Sharma as Reema

  • Ashutosh Rana as Bharat Daulat Malik

  • Salil Acharya as Ronnie B. Malik

  • Ashish Vidyarthi as Raja D. Malik

  • Purab Kohli as Munna R. Malik

  • Rehan Khan as Bilal

  • Shaad Randhawa as Kabir

  • J. Brandon Hill as Rehan Khan's boss

  • Atul Parchure as Siddharth Sood


The film was written by Shagufta Rafique, based on a story by Mahesh Bhatt, who also co-produced the film with his brother Mukesh Bhatt under their banner Vishesh Films. The film was directed by Mohit Suri, who had previously worked with Emraan Hashmi in Zeher (2005), Kalyug (2005), and Woh Lamhe (2006). The film was shot in Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Mumbai.


The music of the film was composed by Pritam, with lyrics by Sayeed Quadri and Asif Ali Beg. The film featured seven songs, which were mostly sung by Pakistani singers such as Mustafa Zahid, Annie Khalid, Rafaqat Ali Khan, and Suzanne D'Mello. The songs were well received by the audience and critics, and became popular among the youth. The songs were also praised for their relevance to the film's theme and mood. Some of the songs were also used in the background score, which was composed by Raju Singh.

Release and reception

The film was released on 29 June 2007 in India and worldwide. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised the performances of Emraan Hashmi and Ashutosh Rana, the music, the action sequences, and the plot. However, the film was a commercial failure, as it failed to recover its budget of 15 crore. The film was also criticized for its excessive violence and dark tone, which reduced its appeal to the family audience. The film was rated Not Rated by the Central Board of Film Certification.

Despite its poor performance at the box office, the film gained a cult following over the years, especially among the fans of Emraan Hashmi and Mohit Suri. The film is considered to be one of Hashmi's best works, and one of Suri's finest films. The film is also regarded as one of the best examples of neo-noir cinema in Bollywood.

Where to watch

The film is available to watch online on various streaming platforms, such as [Prime Video], [YouTube], [Netflix], and [Hotstar]. The film can also be downloaded or rented from [Google Play Movies] and [iTunes]. The film is also available on DVD and Blu-ray from [Amazon] and other online retailers.


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