Avec: Milind Soman, Tabu, Hema Malini
Réalisé par: Ashok Kaul
Compositeur: Vishal Bhardwaj
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Durée: (environ) 150 minutes
Vidéo: Format 16/9 compatible 4/3, Format cinéma respecté scope 2.35
India’s first live action-cum-feature film, Bhagmati — The Queen of Fortunes, produced by Zee TV and directed by Ashok Kaul, is complete and ready for release. This is for the first time that animated characters will be seen in an Indian film for more than half the film and have as much importance as the stars. Revolving around the intense love story of the ruler of Hyderabad — Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah and dancer Bhagmati the film “deals with love beyond boundaries and horizons.” The story revolves around the intense love story of the ruler of Hyderabad — Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah and dancer Bhagmati. Bhagmati, according to legends that abound, was a dancer and devotee of Shiva. Prince Quli Qutb Shah saw the beautiful while returning from a shikaar and fell in love with her at first sight.She was a Hindu and a commoner by birth so his father, the king disapproved of the match. When the prince was prevented from meeting his beloved and kept under house arrest he crossed the barriers in his fort, swam across the Moussi river on a stormy night to keep his promise to Bhagmati. After seeing this the king not only gave him permission to meet Bhagmati but also built a bridge across the river for the prince’s safe journey to the other end.The prince later married her. It’s even said that the prince named his city Bhagyanagar -which was later changed to modern-day Hyderabad.