Mohenjo Daro - Special Edition

Ashutosh GowarikerIndia – 2016 – More information on this movie

German version

CHF 29.00 / EUR 26.00

Limited special edition: Blu-ray & DVD and poster
Set amid the ancient Indus Valley civilization circa 2016 B.C., an indigo farmer from Amri named Sarman (Hrithik Roshan) travels downriver to the largest city, Mohenjo-daro, where during a street mishap he saves the life of a beautiful woman named Chaani (Pooja Hegde) who as «The Chosen One» in service to Sindhu Ma, the goddess of the river which is the centre of their culture, is «the symbol of Mother Sindhu's grace and blessing.» But Sarman soon falls afoul of the politician Maham (Kabir Bedi) and his son Moonja (Arunoday Singh) who are seizing power and starting to rule Mohenjo Daro as an empire. To win Chaani, Sarman must defeat Maham and rouse the people to save their city.

Languages OV hindi | DV german Subtitles deutsch
Length 169 min. (DVD) | 176 min. (Blu-ray) Screen 1:2.35 - 16/9 PAL (DVD) | 1080/24 p (Blu-ray) Sound DD 5.1 (DVD) | DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 (Blu-ray) FSK 12 Region code 2 | B
Bonus Trailer

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