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Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh (or simply Kahaani 2, English: Story 2) is a 2016 Indian thriller film directed by Sujoy Ghosh and produced by Ghosh and Jayantilal Gada.[4] It features Arjun Rampal and Vidya Balan in lead roles.[5] Principal photography took place from March 2016 to May 2016.[6][7] The film was released on 2 December 2016.[1] It was declared tax-free in Uttar Pradesh on 15 December 2016.[8] It is the second installment of Kahaani franchise.

Plot

Vidya Sinha (Vidya Balan) is a middle-class working mother who lives in Chandan Nagar, West Bengal with her teenage daughter Minnie (Tunisha Sharma), who is paralyzed from the waist down and uses a wheelchair. However, Minnie is a happy child and Vidya dotes on her, working hard to save money so that she can take Minnie to America in the hope that the girl will walk again. Vidya also maintains a personal diary where she records their daily lives.

One day, Vidya leaves Mini home alone, as she awakes late. When she reaches work, she confirms through mobile that the nurse has arrived to look after Mini. When she returns home, her daughter is missing. A distraught Vidya finds out that the nurse did not go because she received a phone call from someone (pretending to be Vidya), telling her not to come. Vidya then receives a call from an unknown woman asking her to come to an address if she does not want to see Mini dead. When she attempts to cross the road, a taxi knocks her down, sending her into a coma. She is admitted by the taxi-driver into a local nursing home of Dr. Maity (Pradip Mukherjee). A sub-inspector, Inderjeet Singh (Arjun Rampal) is put on Vidya's case. He visits the nursing home to see Vidya in coma. He gets a rude shock when he sees Vidya, as her face resembles that of Durga Rani Singh, whom he had known. He visits Vidya's home and finds her diary, which he takes in his custody to go through. Inderjeet's senior, Pranab Halder (Kharaj Mukherjee), informs him that Durga is wanted for a kidnapping and murder case. Inderjeet's wife Rashmi (Manini Chadha) suspects that he is involved with another woman and keeps questioning him. She keeps asking him to take transfer to Kolkata as she doesn't like Chandan Nagar. Inderjeet assures her that he is investigating a case and there is nothing personal.


Vidya's past is shown (when Inderjeet starts to read her diary). She is friendly with Arun (Tota Roychoudhury), who wants to marry her. He is offered a job abroad and wishes to take her with him. She was working as a clerk in a school in Kalimpong as Durga Rani Singh, where she noticed that a student named Minnie Dewan (Naisha Khanna) was always punished for sleeping during classes. Minnie hailed from a royal family. Curious to know the reason behind her behaviour, Durga visited Minnie's grandmother (Amba Sanyal), pretending to be a teacher. She offered private tuition for her so that she win the confidence of Minnie, who used to be quiet and reclusive. She gradually won Minnie's heart. Durga then learned that her uncle Mohit Dewan (Jugal Hansraj) was sexually abusing her. When Durga realized that Mohit does this deliberately, she informs Minnie's grandmother but she disbelieves Durga and admonishes her and fires her from the tuition job for Minnie. Durga challenges Minnie's grandmother and Mohit that she would expose Mohit so that he is punished. She tries to file a case against him with the police but the policewoman (Gargi Bharadwaj), taking the side of Minnie's grandmother, thrashes and threatens Durga from pursuing further. Minnie is severely admonished by her grandmother and Mohit for confiding with Durga. She jumps off the terrace in desperation and becomes paralyzed waist down. Durga decides to save Minnie from her family and has a fight with her grandmother, who gets killed accidentally in the incident. Durga ignores Arun's proposal and chooses to save Minnie. Arun tries to locate Durga before his departure but is unable to do so. He dejectedly leaves for abroad. Durga flees with Minnie, settling in Chandan Nagar, with a new name, Vidya Sinha. But Mohit hunts them down and gets Minnie kidnapped with the help of the police woman.

The story then comes back to the present time. The kidnapper policewoman comes to the nursing home and threatens Vidya to pay ransom to save Minnie, who has been kidnapped by Mohit and her. She throttles the patient on the next bed to death before leaving to emphasize that she means business. Terrified Vidya escapes from the hospital after recovering from coma and goes back to home in search of the address that the kidnapper had asked her to come to. She is caught by Halder and Inderjeet at her home. However, she is successful in escaping from there, as she shoots Inderjeet in his right shoulder. Vidya then arrives at Kolkata, where she goes to docks area as asked by Mohit and the woman kidnapper. Here Vidya offers the money withdrawn from her account to pay ransom to the kidnapper woman. Mohit shoots her dead when he finds her attracted to get the ransom offered. He then tries to kill Vidya, but he is shot dead by Minnie. Vidya then calls Inderjeet to seek his help, but Haldar and other police officer ask Inderjeet to call her to a place where they can arrest her, as she is a criminal. Inderjeet asks Vidya to come to his paternal house, where they are surrounded by the police force. Halder tries to come near to Vidya, but she shoots him on his leg. Later, she pours kerosene oil and leaks the gas from cylinder in order to blast the house (in order to kill everybody inside the house). But when, Halder asks for mercy from her on the behalf of his 8 year-old child, she allows him and Inderjeet to walk out of the house. Few minutes later, the house gets blasted. In the next scene, It is seen that Halder comes out of the police headquarters as he has got promotion while Inderjeet is not promoted. Inderjeet becomes dejected. However, his wife Rashmi informs him that she has now started liking Chandan Nagar.

It is finally revealed that Vidya's real name is Durga Rani Singh and she was married to Inderjeet Singh at a very young age. Durga after recovering from coma asked Inderjeet for his help and they planned her escape. It was Inderjeet, who helped Durga in arranging fake passports (in the name of Vidya Sinha) for her and for her daughter. He helped her in escaping to Kolkata in the police Ambassador car, inside the car trunk. Finally, he helped her from escaping from the house which got blasted.

It is seen that Durga is alive, (who is believed to be dead as a criminal by police department) and is traveling to New York City for Minnie's operation. They arrive at the Children's Hospital. Inderjeet is seen happily driving with his family. The film ends with Durga assuring Minnie – ‛As long as I am alive, nothing can happen to you’.


Cast[edit]
Vidya Balan as Vidya Sinha[9] / Durga Rani Singh
Arjun Rampal as Sub-inspector Inderjeet Singh[10]
Tunisha Sharma as Minnie Dewan
Naisha Khanna as Young Minnie Dewan[11]
Jugal Hansraj as Mohit Dewan, Minnie's uncle
Amba Sanyal as Mrs. Dewan (Mohit's mother)
Manini Chadha as Rashmi Singh[12]
Kharaj Mukherjee as Inspector Pranab Halder
Tota Roychoudhury as Arun, Durga's friend
Koushik Sen as the policeman at Kalimpong
Pradip Chakrabarty as Benu Kaka, Vidya's neighbour
Nitya Ganguli as Constable Ram Singh
Pradip Mukherjee as Doctor Maity
Ardhendu Banerjee as Doctor Sen
Biswajit Chakraborty as Police Officer, Lalbazar.
Gargi Bharadwaj as the kidnapper assassin / police-woman
Soma Adhikari as Minnie's nurse
Haridas Chatterjee as mad beggar

Production[edit]
In March 2012, Sujoy Ghosh announced that he intended to develop Kahaani into a series. He was inspired by Satyajit Ray's Feluda detective series and wanted to continue the stories of Vidya Bagchi on similar lines, with Vidya Balan reprising the role.The shooting of Kahaani 2 was scheduled to begin in 2013,[14] but in July 2013 differences arose between Sujoy Ghosh and other co-producers.In February 2014, Vidya announced that the film was not happening due to these differences,[16] but two years later, Ghosh confirmed that the film was in pre-production with Vidya set to reprise her role. The film, entitled Kahaani 2, began filming in March 2016 with Arjun Rampal and Vidya in lead roles.

In October 2016, upon its teaser release, the film was renamed as Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh Initially, Durga Rani Singh was intended to be a standalone film with actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,[19] but, as the story is too similar to Kahaani franchise, makers has included the project as a sequel to Kahaani.

It was later revealed by Balan and Ghosh that, this film is not a sequel to Kahaani released in 2012, but a next installment of Kahaani franchise.

Reception[edit]
Critical reception[edit]
Hindustan Times gave the film 4 stars out of five.[23] The Times of India gave the film 3 and half stars out of five. India Today gave the film 2 and half stars out of five.[25] The Indian Express gave the film 2 stars out of five.[26] Firstpost gave the film 2 stars out of five.

Box office[edit]
On its first day the film collected ₹4.25 crore from India, and on its opening weekend the film collected ₹16.97 crore
Soundtrack[edit]
Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh
Soundtrack album by Clinton Cerejo
Released 2016
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Saregama
The music of this film has been composed by Clinton Cerejo.

All lyrics written by Amitabh Bhattacharya; all music composed by Clinton Cerejo.

Kahaani 2
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Mehram"   Arijit Singh 4:41
2. "Lamhon Ke Rasgulle"   Sunidhi Chauhan 3:21

3. "Aaur Main Khush Hoon"   Ash King 3:49

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Befikre (English: Carefree) is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film written, directed, and produced by Aditya Chopra under his Yash Raj Films banner. It features Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor in the lead roles.[3][4] The film was shot over a period of 50 days in Paris and Mumbai.[5] It released worldwide on 9 December 2016.

The film's songs has been composed by Vishal-Shekhar and produced by Mikey McCleary.[6] Mikey McCleary also composed the background score of the movie.


Befikre is a story that celebrates being carefree in love. A quintessential Delhi boy Dharam (Ranveer Singh) comes to Paris for work in search of an adventure. Just when he was about to embark on this journey of his life he bumps into a wild, free spirited, French born Indian girl Shyra (Vaani Kapoor). A feisty romance ensues between the two in which both of their personalities- one being an equal match for the other are tested to the limit. Battling their ups and downs, both realize that love is a leap of faith that can only be taken by those who dare to love.

Cast

Ranveer Singh as Dharam Gulati
Vaani Kapoor as Shyra Gill
Arrmaan Ralhan as Aney[7]
Julie Ordon as Christine
Akarsh Khurana as Shyra's father
Ayesha Raza as Shyra's mother
Aru Krishansh Verma as Mehra
Elisa Bachir Bey as Nathalie[8][9]
Production

Development
The film was announced by Yash Raj Films in September 2015 as Chopra's directorial comeback, scheduled for a December 2016 release.[10] In October 2015, it was announced that Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor would be cast in the lead roles.[11][12]

On December 2015, Yash Raj Films announced that the songs of the film will be composed by Vishal-Shekhar, and the lyrics will be written by Jaideep Sahni, both of whom would return to collaborate with the banner after roughly 9 years.[13]

In March 2016, there were reports of Singh facing scheduling conflicts with Yash Raj Films after he was signed by Excel Entertainment for Zoya Akhtar's next directorial film scripted by Farhan Akhtar and Reema Kagti.[14] Singh had earlier allotted both Q2 and Q3 of Fiscal 2016 to Befikre (including its Paris and Mumbai schedules). Akhtar's coming-of-age, travel-diary Project requires Singh to film across all the 29 states of India, in the same period.[15]

Filming
The film was shot extensively in Paris. It was filmed in a period of 50 days.[16]


Release
Befikre will see a release across 2900 screens that comprises of 2100 screens in the Domestic (Indian) market and another additional 800 screens in the International market.[1]

Soundtrack
Befikre
Soundtrack album by Vishal-Shekhar
Released 2016
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Yash Raj Music
The soundtrack of the film is composed by Vishal-Shekhar and produced by Mikey McCleary.[17] The lyrics written by Jaideep Sahni. The film score is composed Mikey McCleary.


Track listing
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Labon Ka Karobaar"   Papon 3:55
2. "Nashe Si Chadh Gayi"   Arijit Singh 3:57
3. "Ude Dil Befikre"   Benny Dayal 3:51
4. "You & Me"   Nikhil D'Souza, Rachel Varghese 3:18
5. "Khulke Dulke[18]"   Gippy Grewal, Harshdeep Kaur 3:15

6. "Je t'aime"   Vishal Dadlani, Sunidhi Chauhan 4:01