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Striker (2010)

Striker2010Striker (2010) is a 2010 Bollywood action-drama film written, directed and produced by Chandan Arora. It stars Siddharth, a famous Telugu film actor who also acted in Rang De Basanti fame, and Padmapriya, a Malayalam and Tamil actress debuting in Bollywood, in lead roles with Vidya Malvade, Nicolette Bird, Anupam Kher, Seema Biswas and Aditya Pancholi essaying supporting roles. The film had a theatrical release on 5 February 2010. It also premiered on YouTube the same day and hence it became the first ever Indian film to premiere on YouTube internationally at the same time as it is released in cinemas throughout India on 5 February 2010.

Plot

Set in a Mumbai ghetto in the mid ’80′s and based on true life accounts, Striker is a story of triumph of human spirit over indomitable odds.

Born into a poor family, Surya grows up with few luxuries. Poor health keeps him away from school often and that is when his elder brother, Chandrakant, introduces him to carrom. Winning the Junior Carrom Championship at 12 is not enough to keep Surya’s fire for the sport burning through adolescence. Hopes for a job in Dubai replace the passion for carrom as Surya grows into a young man. Duped by a bogus overseas employment agency, Surya loses all his hard earned money he had saved for going to Dubai. Surya is forced to cross paths with Jaleel.

Since the 70′s when the settlements in the ghetto began, Jaleel had acquired a strong hold in the area. He had his hands in every illicit activity since then. Feeding on the weaknesses of people, Jaleel was the self-proclaimed king of Malwani. Reintroduced to carrom by his childhood friend Zaid, this time to the hustling scene, Surya starts playing again. Being gypped of his hand earned money by the same man who had caused misery for many families; Surya decides to take on Jaleel on his turf. His patience and cool attitude are Surya’s biggest strengths. But life has its own ways of testing it.

Cast

Siddharth as Suryakant Sarang
Ankur Vikal as Zaid
Anupam Kher as Farokh
Vidya Malvade as Devi Sarang
Seema Biswas as Surya’s mother
Padmapriya as Madhu
Nicolette Bird as Noorie
Anup Soni as Chandakant
Rajendra Gupta as Surya’s father
Aditya Pancholi as Jaleel
Sitaram Panchal as Sub. insp. Shinde
Pushpendar Sain as Young Chandrakant
Kuldeep Sareen as Master
Ashok Beniwal as Sonu seth (as Ashok Kumar Beniwal)
Usha Jadhav as Rajni
Prakash Khandelwal as Noorie’s father
Bhavya Ghandhi as Young Surya
Priyanka Shah as Young Devi
Rishab Sharma as Young Zaid
Sharmila as Noorie’s mother
Naushad Lari as Walli seth
Vikas Mehotra as Qureshi
Varsh Bhatnager as Bhusan / Carrom player
Middat Khan as Adnan
Murari as Jeetu
Iqbal Merchant as Iqbal Kurla
Shradha Naval as Chandra’s wife
Anjum Nawaz as Zaid’s mother
Krishna Tiwari as Taxi driver
Shyam Lal as Raju

Sound Tracks

“Ajab Teri Karni, Maula”
Written by Swanand Kirkire
Composed by Swanand Kirkire
Performed by Swanand Kirkire
Music Label T-Series

“Haq Se”
Written by Nitin Raikwar
Composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Performed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and Siddharth
Music Label T-Series

“Yun Hua”
Written by Gulzar
Composed by Vishal Bhardwaj
Performed by Vishal Bhardwaj
Music Label T-Series

“Aim Laga”
Written by Nitin Raikwar and BlaaZe
Composed by BlaaZe
Performed by BlaaZe and Anushka Manchandani
Music Label T-Series

“Bombay Bombay”
Written by Prashant Ingole
Composed by Amit Trivedi
Performed by Siddharth
Music Label T-Series

“Aim Laga”
(Auto-Riksha Mix)
Written by Nitin Raikwar and BlaaZe
Composed by BlaaZe and Akhtar
Performed by BlaaZe and Anushka Manchandani
Music Label T-Series

“Cham Cham”
Written by Jeetendra Joshi
Composed by Shailendra Barve
Performed by Sonu Nigam
Music Label T-Series

“Pia Sawara”
Written by Jeetendra Joshi
Composed by Shailendra Barve
Performed by Sunidhi Chauhan
Music Label T-Series

Reviewed by ChathuRangA on 08 December 2010

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