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Karz: The Burden of Truth (2002)

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There is a tale of a young boy Sooraj abandoned by his mother Savitri Devi for reasons he did not understand. He is adopted by a childless widower .
The years pass and the boy turns into a man, longing for his mother's love Sooraj seeks refuge in alcohol. One day Sapna the beautiful daughter of his father's friend comes to live with them & Sooraj gives up drinking for her, as he loves Sapna.
Sooraj befriends a rather delightful young man, Rajal who calls him big brother. Raja has run away from home in search of a woman he does love.
But their friendship turns into a rivalry as Sooraj finds out that the girl Raja has been teasing is none other than Sapna. Raja tells Sooraj that his intention to get married to Sapna & also that he comes from a very affluent family. But Sooraj does not believe him until Raja tells him that his father owns a haveli in town & his mother's name is Savitri Devi. As Sooraj tells his father - his father takes a vow of not telling the truth to his mother. Sooraj keeps his silence never saying a word to his mother. One day in a party he hears his mother saying that she has only one son-Raja. He plays a tune that she used to sing to Raja when he was a child & leaves angry.
Sooraj's mother follows him home where she hears him singing the lori which she used to sing for Raja, she then tells Sooraj that she was not aware that he was alive, she was told that he was dead and embraced him. Only to fall prey to hysterical rapture, rejecting him the very next second. Thus Sooraj learns the truth about himself. What is the truth?
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Anees Bazmee
Eros Entertainment
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Not available for rental
Run Time:
166 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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