Sanjay Dutt, Aishwarya Ray, Zayed Khan/Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround/16X9 Anamorphic Widescreen/English Subtitles
In 1999, the industry saw a few firsts when actor Sanjay Dutt and actress Aishwarya Rai won several lead actor and actresses awards. It wouldn´t be too long before the two featured together.
Five years later, the duo will play the lead couple for the first time in Pritish Nandy Communications “Shabd” after featuring together in Hum Kisise Kum Nahin as a part of a multi-star cast. As is with most PNC films, like the recently released Chameli, or Jhankaar Beats, “Shabd” is an off beat non-typical story.
This time the production company ropes in new director Leela Bajaj in the thriller that begins after the couple gets married. Actor Zayed Khan supports.
Writers down the ages have always prided their skills to be superior to any warrior's. The written word is and has been one of the most potent weapons man has ever created. What happens when a writer thinks he can wield the power of the word to create or rather conquer reality.
Shabd is the story of Shaukat, a gifted writer, who's reeling from the critical failure of his last novel.
Shabd is the story of Antara, a reticent, sensitive professor, Shaukat's wife.
And Shabd is the story of Yash, a man who's impossible not to fall in love with.
A gifted author, Shaukat finds himself battling the very words he once lorded over. Stunned by the failure of his second novel. Shaukat will put anything at stake to regain his grip on reality and the written word. Even his love. Sanjay Dutt as Shaukat Vashisht.
Antara is a professor of fashion technology. She loves Shaukat unquestionably. Overawed and often overshadowed by Shaukat and his words, she embarks on a tumultuous journey of love, when she must learn to express it, redefine it and more importantly, choose it. Aishwarya Rai as Antara Vashisht.
Yash is a professor of photography. He is love, laughter and sunshine. He has no shadows from the past and no promises for the future. Yash is love. Here and now. Zayed Khan as Yash.