Devdas (2002)

 ●  Hindi ● 3 hrs 1 min

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Devdas shared a magnetic childhood with his lovely playmate Paro, where supreme love was felt before it was understood. When youth beckoned, the loved intensified. But, alas, a fateful moment of weakness on the part of Devdas created a permanent wall of seperation between him and his beloved Paro. On one side of the wall, was a heartbroken Paro who became the wife of another and on the other, was a completely shattered Devdas. Unable to bear the agony of a life without Paro, Devdas made alcohol his constant companion. But that could not make him forget the pain and move on. Even the unflinching devotion of a beautiful courtesan Chandramukhi, did not ease the heartache of losing Paro. It was only when his eyes closed to a permanent sleep, did the pain begin to fade. But before losing the light of life, all Devdas wanted, was to see his Paro just once. Thus, giving his love the greatest dignity, it was at Paro's doorstep, that the doors of heaven opened for Devdas. Indeed, love was his life, love makes him live on.
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as Chandramukhi
as Devdas Mukherji
Supporting Actress
as Kumud
as Badi Aapa
as Panditji
as Badima
as Young Paro
as Badima
Supporting Actress
as Kaki
as Baggi Driver
as Chunnilal
as Manorama
as Mehendra
as Sumitra
as Dwijdas
as Kalibabu
as Young Devdas
Supporting Actress
as Kaka
as Chaurangi
as Doctor
as Yashomati
as Kaushalya
as Neelkant
as Dharamdas
as Munimji
as Narayan Mukherji
as Bhuvan Choudhry


Production Company
Executive Producer


Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography




Negative Cutter

Makeup and Hair

Makeup Artist
Film Type:
Spoken Languages:
Bengali, Urdu
Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital, DTS
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
Music Label: Universal Music India
Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: Ishq Vishk (Hindi)
Referenced in: Chameli (Hindi)
Referenced in: Cheeni Kum (Hindi)
Referenced in: Break Ke Baad (Hindi)
Referenced in: Nautanki Saala (Hindi)
Referenced in: Happy New Year (Hindi)
The film is based on the Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay novel of the same name.

This is the first 21st century Bollywood film to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival.

An accident during filming involving a wind machine decapitated one stage hand and severely hurt another, splattering Aishwarya Rai with blood. She was severely traumatized after the event.

The outfit worn by Madhuri Dixit in the song "Kahe Chedd Mohe" weighed 30 kilograms. She had lots of problems with the dance choreography, but eventually completed it.

Salman Khan was offered the lead role but turned it down.