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Mani Rathnam, who has proven with films like [[Feature~V134823~Bombay~bombay]] (1995) and [[Feature~V160152~Iruvar~iruvar]] (1998) that it was possible in India to make quality films that could also be box-office hits, chose the 50th anniversary celebrations of Indian Independence as the backdrop for this film about the clash between love and ideology. Amar Kant Varma is the son of a deceased army officer and he lives with his family in Delhi. As a program executive for All India Radio, he travels all...more