Mision Kashmir – 8907011119337 – LP Record

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Mision Kashmir – 8907011119337 – LP Record
Inayat Khan (Sanjay Dutt) is the Senior Superintendent of Police responsible for the security of Srinagar, Kashmir. One day, his young son Irfaan (Yogin Soni) met an accident and is taken to a hospital, but due to a fatwa instigated by Malik Ul Khan (a leader of a terrorist group) forbidding doctors to treat policemen, the doctors refuse to treat Irfaan. Even when Khan angrily threatens to kill the doctors if they don’t treat his son, the doctors still refuse by saying they are willing to die rather than letting their families suffer Malik Ul Khan’s wrath. Irfaan dies to his injuries, and Khan personally swears to put an end to the threat of Malik. After finding out that Malik and his men are taking refuge in the village of Dalgate, Khan and his men manage to attack and kill all the terrorists. Unfortunately, a family is caught in the crossfire and end up being killed by accident. A young boy named Altaaf (Mohsin Memon) is the only family member who survives the shooting as he is severely traumatized by his parents and sister’s deaths and haunted by the memory of the masked policeman (who is Khan himself) before falling unconscious. Altaaf is then jailed by Khan’s men, who end up being berated by an angry Khan for placing an innocent boy in jail. Khan’s wife Neelima (Sonali Kulkarni), feeling sorry for Altaaf, attempts to persuade Khan to adopt Altaaf. Despite fearing that Altaaf may one day discover the truth and get revenge for it, Khan reluctantly agrees as he is wracked with remorse for killing Altaaf’s family. Just when Altaaf seemed to have settled down in his new home and accepted Khan and Neelima as his new parents, he finds Khan’s mask and realizes that Khan was one of the policemen who killed his family. After an unsuccessful attempt on Khan’s life, the young Altaaf runs away and is found and brought up by a terrorist group led by their Pathan leader Hilal Kohistani (Jackie Shroff), who brainwashes him into thinking that he and his men act according to made up Islamic principles and trains him to become a terrorist. Ten years later, Hilal and an adult Altaaf (Hrithik Roshan) are assigned the task of completing “Mission Kashmir,” a plan of an unnamed terrorist sponsor that involves — or so Altaaf is told — killing the Indian Prime Minister. Hilal uses Altaaf’s hatred as a means to achieve his own goals while encouraging the latter to target Khan (who is now an Inspector General) for his family’s death. Altaaf visits his childhood friend and TV personality Sufiya Parvez (Preity Zinta) and, though he falls in love with her, he uses her to try and make Hilal’s plan (which is to blow up the local TV tower of Srinagar on Khan’s birthday) successful. He makes another unsuccessful attempt on Khan’s life, which resulted him to be branded as a wanted criminal by the media and a fallout between Khan and Neelima. At the same time, Sufiya learns of Altaaf’s true occupation and breaks off her relationship with him. On the same date that Atlaaf’s family was murdered, Altaaf makes another attempt on Khan by having three of Hilal’s men plant a bomb in Khan’s briefcase. Unfortunately, Neelima falls victim to it by accident, much to the complete distraught of both Khan and Altaaf, with the former having lost his chance to apologize for his argument with her and the latter screaming in remorseful agony for killing her. Eventually, Khan manages to invade one of the terrorists’ hideouts and discovers evidence and information about Mission Kashmir after capturing the bomb-briefcase men. After going through some cassette tapes with the help of Sufiya, Khan realized that the true goal of Mission Kashmir is to launch missiles on the local Muslim mosque and the local Hindu temple to escalate Hindu-Muslim conflict across the subcontinent, thereby dividing Kashmir and turning it into a war zone. It also turns out that the attack on the TV tower was planned by Hilal to spread the rumor of assassinating the Prime Minister to cover up the true plot. Khan also realized that Hilal deliberately kept the true plot of Mission Kashmir as a secret from Altaaf for he feared that Altaaf would not support it; this was evident when Atlaaf leaves to the swampy hideouts to prepare for the launches, Hilal secretly tells one of his men to keep an eye on Atlaaf and kill him if he doesn’t consent over the true targets. By staging a fire in the jail that allows one of the bomb-briefcase men to escape, Khan and his men manage to track down and capture Hilal, but they are distraught to hear that Altaaf and the other terrorists have left to launch the missiles. Deciding to play wise on this, Khan offers to make a deal with Hilal: going under the false pretense of allowing Hilal and his men to continue forward with Mission Kashmir in exchange for killing Altaaf to avenge Neelima’s death. Seeing that Khan’s ‘hatred’ of Altaaf is worthy of a Pathan’s duty, Hilal accepts the deal, and to ensure no other mistake will be made, Khan goes alone with Hilal to the hideouts. As Hilal and Khan reach the hideouts, Hilal tells Altaaf of Khan’s whereabouts. An enraged Altaaf starts beating up a weary Khan, but the latter reveals to him the true goals of Mission Kashmir, stating that Kashmir will be turned into a hell if he lets Hilal destroy the holy shrines. Hilal orders Altaaf to shoot Khan, who is willing to accept his fate after expressing his dear love for Altaaf and remorse for killing his family. As Altaaf struggles to do it, he remembers that Neelima took him to the shrines and the comment Neelima said about choosing sides during her visit earlier. Unwilling to betray his mother, Atlaaf decides to put his plan of revenge aside and aids Khan in stopping Hilal and his men from targeting the holy shrines. However, Hilal throws a bomb to distract them before getting shot to death by Altaaf, giving Hilal’s men a chance to prepare to blow up the shrines. While Khan shoots down several terrorists, Altaaf redeems himself by taking possession of a missile launcher and using it to destroy the other launchers and kill the remaining terrorists, thus saving the shrines. However, Altaaf gets shot in the torso and falls into the swamps. Khan jumps in and rescues the unconscious Altaaf by bringing him to shore, evading the explosion of the hideouts caused by Altaaf’s act of redemption. The plans of Mission Kashmir are revealed to the public by the media, and the terrorist sponsor’s hideout is found by Kashmiri police, who shoot the sponsor as he tries to get away after killing two of his associates. Altaaf wakes up from a pleasant dream based on one of the pictures he drew as a child in Khan’s house, where he reconciles with Sufiya and forgives Khan, accepting the latter as his father again after 10 years.
Record Details
Title Mision Kashmir – 8907011119337
Star Cast Sanjay Dutt, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Sonali Kulkarni, Jackie Shroff, Puru Raaj Kumar, Vineet Sharma, Abhay Chopra, Rajendra Gupta, Manoj Mishra, Sandeep Mehta, Gopi Desai, Master Mohsin, Master Yogin Soni, Heena Biswas, Sanjeev Rattan, Chandan Bisht, Ram Awana, Sanjeev Siddharth, Ashok Banthia, Shahid Khan, Rajeev Saxena, Suchita Trivedi, Romi Siddique, Manav Kaushik, Rajesh Pandey, Sanjay Jha, Pramod Singh, Akash Salgotra, Adhir Bhatt, Masood, Uday Chandra, Mushtaq Khan, Amar & Khalid
Singer Alka Yagnik, Anuradha Paudwal, Jaspinder Narula, Mahalaxmi Lyer, Shankar Mahadevan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Udit Narayan & Vinod Rathod
Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Music Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Lyrics Rahat Indori & Sameer
Releasing Year 2000
Genre Original Soundtrack
Language Hindi
Label Tips
Made In India
Manufacture Sony DADC Manufacturing India Pvt. Ltd.
Serial No 8907011119337
Side One
·         Bumbro Shankar Mahadevan, Jaspinder Narula & Sunidhi Chauhan
·         Chupke Se Sun Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik
·         Dhuan Dhuan Shankar Mahadevan
·         Maaf Karo Vinod Rathod & Anuradha Paudwal
Side Two
·         Rind Posh Maal Shankar Mahadevan
·         So Jaa Chanda Mahalaxmi Lyer
·         Socho Ke Jheelon Udit Narayan & Alka Yagnik
Specification
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Record Condition Mint
Cover Condition  Mint

 

Additional information

Weight 0.35 g
Dimensions 33 × 33 × 2.54 cm
Director

Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Producer

Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Singer

Alka Yagnik, Anuradha Paudwal, Jaspinder Narula, Mahalaxmi Lyer, Shankar Mahadevan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Udit Narayan, Vinod Rathod

Music

Shankar Ehsaan Loy

Lyrics

Rahat Indori, Sameer

Releasing year

2000

Language

Hindi

Label

Tips

Genre

Original Soundtrack

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Star cast

A. R. Srinivasan, Abhay Chopra, Adhir Bhatt, Akash Salgotra, Amar, Ashok Banthia, Chandan Bisht, Gopi Desai, Heena Biswas, Hrithik Roshan, Jackie Shroff, Khalid, Manav Kaushik, Manoj Mishra, Masood Akhtar, Master Mohsin, Master Yogin Soni, Mushtaq Khan, Pramod Singh, Preity Zinta, Puru Raaj Kumar, Rajeev Saxena, Rajendra Gupta, Rajesh Pandey, Ram Awana, Romi Siddique, Sandeep Mehta, Sanjay Dutt, Sanjay Jha, Sanjeev Rattan, Sanjeev Siddharth, Shahid Khan, Sonali Kulkarni, Suchita Trivedi, Uday Chandra, Vineet Sharma

Records condition

Mint – New Release

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