Avsar is a movie starring Anuj Jain, Vikrant Verma, and Apurva Chowdhary. A romantic drama set in Urban India, this is a contemporary take on the life and relationships of a single professional gay man - his understanding of his...

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Running Time
1 hours 10 minutes
Romance, Drama
Anuj Jain, Raj Hanchanale, Apurva Chowdhary, Vikrant Verma
Mohit Goswami
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Comments about romance «Avsar» (25)

Susan avatar

The story starts with the main protagonist (Rachit) and his friend (Shikhar) entering Rachit's house. Rachit is an urbane guy and Shikhar has a 'small-town' rustic charm - the differences between them are evident during their interactions. But as the evening progresses, Rachit recollects some forgotten memories from a distant past. Together, they revisit the roads not taken; and, the lines between the past and the present get blurred. Set in Mumbai, India, this romantic drama is a contemporary take on the life and relationships of a single professional gay man - his understanding of his identity, missed opportunities, and personal choices.

Willie H. avatar
Willie H.

Wow, this film absolutely blew me away. The plot is good and the action scenes are just breathtaking.

Harold C. avatar
Harold C.

Vikrant Verma and Raj Hanchanale were the perfect match for this film.

Heather avatar

I don't often see a modern film that I thoroughly enjoy, but this is one of the exceptions. From the start, you are immersed in the movie.

Jeffrey avatar

Mohit Goswami as a director has made a lot of awesome movies in the past... and I mean A LOT! And This one definitely is one of them!

Michelle avatar

Little cheezy at times but I do like it.

Diane avatar

Now That's what you call Drama

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Bryan P.

Watched this with my daughter, we both laughed our behinds off. Will eventually add this to my permanent collection.

Samantha avatar

If I would have know it was Apurva Chowdhary i would not have watched it but it was a good movie. He played a good part.