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Nh10 Hindi Movie 2015


NH10: A Gripping Thriller About Honour Killing




NH10 is a 2015 Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Navdeep Singh and written by Sudip Sharma. It stars Anushka Sharma, Neil Bhoopalam, Darshan Kumar, and Deepti Naval. NH10 was jointly produced by Clean Slate Filmz, Phantom Films, Eros International and marked the production debut of Sharma. It tells the story of a young couple whose road trip goes awry after an encounter with a group of violent criminals. The title refers to the National Highway 10 that connects Delhi to the town of Fazilka in Punjab.


The film was inspired by some real-life honour killing murder cases that shocked the nation. The soundtrack album was composed by various artists and received positive reviews from critics. The film was originally scheduled for release on 6 March 2015, but was postponed because it had not been cleared by the Indian Central Board of Film Certification. It was released theatrically on 13 March 2015 to high critical acclaim. The film went on to become a sleeper hit, earning over 320 million (US$4.0 million) nett at the box office.


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Plot Summary




Meera and Arjun are a married couple and corporate businesspeople in Gurugram. One night, they are enjoying a party when Meera receives a telephone call from her office. She leaves for her office but is attacked by thugs who smash her car's window. Meera escapes but is shaken by the incident; Arjun buys Meera a gun. Arjun suggests a road trip for Meera's upcoming birthday; the couple start their journey the next day.


While stopping at a roadside dhaba for lunch, a young woman called Pinky arrives and pleads for help; Pinky tells the couple she and her husband are about to be murdered. Meera and Arjun see a gang of men round up Pinky and a young man, beat them and drag them into their vehicle. Arjun intervenes but Satbir, the gang leader, slaps him and tells him Pinky is his own sister. Arjun drives after the gang; he and Meera witness the ongoing honour killing: Pinky and the young man are beaten and Pinky poisoned by Satbir. Arjun and Meera escape but the gang finds them.


As the gang dig a grave for their victims, Satbir uses Meera and Arjun's gun to shoot Pinky and the man in front of them. A fight ensues and Arjun shoots a gang member named Chhote, and runs away with Meera. They reach a police station but find out that the cops are in cahoots with Satbir. They manage to flee from there as well but are chased by Satbir's men. Arjun is shot in the leg and Meera drives him to a hospital. However, they find out that the hospital is run by Satbir's uncle Ammaji, who orders her men to kill them.


Meera fights back and kills Ammaji's men. She then takes Arjun to another hospital but he succumbs to his injuries. Meera is devastated but vows to take revenge on Satbir and his gang. She tracks them down to their village and kills them one by one in brutal ways. She finally confronts Satbir and stabs him repeatedly until he dies. She then walks away from the scene, covered in blood.


Critical Reception




NH10 received rave reviews from critics who praised its direction, screenplay, performances, and social commentary. The film has a rating of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 17 reviews, with an average score of 7/10. On IMDb, the film has a rating of 7.2/10 based on 14,798 votes.


Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave the film four out of five stars and wrote: "NH10 is not for the faint-hearted or for those who expect their cinema to be light-hearted entertainment only. Its an important film because it holds up a mirror to our times when violence against women is rampant across India." He praised Sharma's performance as "terrific" and Singh's direction as "taut". He concluded: "NH10 is an unflinching look at what horrors weve become capable of as a society."


Anupama Chopra of Hindustan Times also gave the film four out of five stars and called it "a brutal and brilliant film". She wrote: "NH10 is a savage indictment of patriarchy, honour killings and the deep-rooted misogyny that plagues our country. Its also a superbly crafted thriller that delivers edge-of-the-seat tension without diluting the message." She lauded Sharma's "fearless" and "career-defining" performance and Singh's "masterful" direction. She added: "NH10 is a rare film that is both important and gripping. Its not easy to watch but its impossible to look away."


References





  • NH10 (film) - Wikipedia



  • NH10 (2015) Hindi Movie: Watch Full HD Movie Online On JioCinema



  • NH 10 (2015) - IMDb



  • Rajeev Masand review of NH10



  • Anupama Chopra review of NH10




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