Rann (2010)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 12 mins

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As the news of a bomb explosion in the Muzaffarnagar area spreads, two leading news agencies, India 24 and Headlines 24/7, deal with their respective ratings and content to attract more viewers and boost advertising revenue. Purab Shastri is hired by India 24, managed by Vijay H. Malik, while the other agency is run by Amrish Kakkar, Vijay's former subordinate. Purab, an ardent admirer of Vijay, changes his views after the later dramatically exposes Prime Minister Digvijay Hooda's hand behind the explosion, and starts to gather evidence that may end up implicating Vijay and the agency.
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as Vijay Harshvardhan Malik
as Nandita Sharma
as Khanna
as Atul Kumar Dubey
as Pandey's man
as PM Digvijay Hooda
as Jai V. Malik
as President
as Amrish Kakkar
as Yasmin Hussain
as Lata V. Malik
as Mohan Pandey
as Mrs. Pandey - Mohan's mom
as Tinu N. Shankalya
as Naveen Shankalya
as Anand Prakash Trivedi
as Purab Shastri
as Priya N. Shankalya
as Nalini Kashyap

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Assistant Director

Distribution

Distributor

Writers

Screenplay Writer
Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer

Sound

Sound Designer
Dubbing & Premix Engineer
Foley Editor

Art

Production Designer
Assistant Art Director

Editorial

Editor
Supervising Editor
Assistant Editor

Marketing and Public Relations

Public Relations Officer

Post Production

Colorist

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Spoken Languages:
Hindi, Urdu
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: Junglee Music
01 
04:54
02 
04:29
03 
04:10
Music Director: Kumar Bapi
Lyricist: Sarim Momin
Playback Singer: Sukhwinder Singh
04 
04:10
Playback Singer: Sanjeev Kohli
05 
03:42
Music Director: Sandeep Patil, Dharam Bhatt
Lyricist: Sandip Singh
Playback Singer: Earl D'Souza
06 
03:05
Music Director: Kumar Bapi
Lyricist: Prashant Pandey
Playback Singer: Abhishek Nailwal
07 
04:18
08 
03:05
Playback Singer: SI Tutul
09 
03:31
Playback Singer: Hinixa Patel, Earl D'Souza
Taglines:
Truth is terrible.
The next time you look at news, think again.
Revealing soon.
Trivia:
Ram Gopal Verma wanted to expose the media through this film.

The movies title means "war" in Sanskrit.

Ram Gopal Verma admired Paresh Rawal's older roles where he played some serious roles as opposed to his repetitive comedy roles and decided to cast him. When the director narrated the script to Rawal, the actor suggested the red color on the character's forehead.

Even before the promotion started, Amitabh Bachchan had shared a still from the sets on his blog page.

The movie got into a controversy over using the India's national Anthem "Jan Man Gann" in the first promotion. The Indian Censor Board refused certification to the song promo on grounds of it violating the National Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act 1950, and the song was banned from being aired on

Indian actor and musician Himesh Reshammiya was supposed to play a role in the film, but later opted out due to other commitments. Ram Gopal Verma, being a fan of Himesh, included a couple of lines from Himesh's song 'Lut Jaaoon' (Karzzzz) in the film. In one scene, Rajpal Yadav's character recites the lines.

Ram Gopal Verma was taken back with Amitabh Bachchan's climax dialog, and shot the whole speech in one take.

Kannada actor Sudeep had debuted in Bollywood cinema in Ram Gopal Verma Phoonk (2008). The director was so impressed with his acting, he decided to re-cast him again as one of the key roles.