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Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India

News Helpline | June, 15 2001

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India Cast & Crew:

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Aamir Khan Productions

Release Date

15 Jun 2001

Genre

Drama,Romance,Musical,Sports

Producer

Aamir Khan

Director

Ashutosh Gowariker

Star Cast

Aamir Khan
Gracy Singh
Rachel Shelly
Paul Blackthorne
Suhasini Mulay
Raghuveer Yadav
Daya Shanker Pandey
Rajesh Vivek
A K Hangal
Raj Zutshi
Javed Khan
Akhilendra Mishra
Rajendra Gupta
Yashpal Sharma
Aditya Lakhia
Raja Awasthi
Amin Gazi
Anupam Shyam
Srivallabh Vyas
Kulbhushan Kharbanda
Amin Hajee
Amitabh Bachchan
Bhim Vakani
Anu Ansari
Chris England
Howard Lee
Pradeep Rawat
John Rowe
David Gant
Jeremy Child
Ben Nealon
Parveen Bano
Simon Holmes
Ray Eves
Jon House
Neil Patrick
Jamie Whitby Coles
Barry Hart
Alex Shirtcliff

Executive Producer

Choreographer

Raju Khan, Saroj Khan, Vaibhavi Merchant, Ganesh Hegde

Media Relations

Publicity Designs

Glamour Design Studio

Website

Certification

Music Director

A R Rahman

Language

Hindi

Singer


Anuradha Sriram
Lata Mangeshkar
Udit Narayan
A R Rahman
Srinivas
Alka Yagnik
Asha Bhosle
Vaishali
Sukhwinder Singh
Shankar Mahadevan

Cinematography

Anil Mehta

Editor

Ballu Saluja

Action

Abbas Ali Moghul

Screenplay

Kumar Dave, Sanjay Daima

Dialogue

Sound

Music Company

Costume

Bhanu Athaiya

Lyricist

Javed Akhtar

Production Designers

Lagaan  is a 2001 Bollywood sports film written and directed by Ashutosh Gowariker. Aamir Khan, who was also the producer for the film, stars with Gracy Singh in the lead roles; British actors Rachel Shelley and Paul Blackthorne play the supporting roles. Made on a budget of \"INR\"25 crore (US$4.99 million), the film was shot in an ancient village near Bhuj, India.

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The film received critical acclaim and awards at various international film festivals, as well as many Indian film awards. It also became the third Hindi-language film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film after Mother India (1957) and Salaam Bombay! (1988). It was one of the biggest box office hits of 2001. In 2010, the film was ranked #55 in Empire magazines \"The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema\". In 2011, the film was listed in Time Magazine\s special \"The All-TIME 25 Best Sports Movies\".

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