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'Ek Noor' is a sincere attempt to bring across the audience the message on the noble cause of organ donation and a sincere attempt to make the audience aware of life after death. The gift ... See full summary »

Director:

Mukesh Gautam

Writer:

Ranjit Kumar Chandra (story)
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Sudhanshu Pandey ... Ranjit
Sudeepa Singh Sudeepa Singh ... Aruna
Surilie Rhea Sandhu Surilie Rhea Sandhu ... (as Baby Rheya Sandhu)
Rajendra Gupta ... Ranjit's father
Kamal Tiwari Kamal Tiwari
Dolly Ahluwalia Dolly Ahluwalia ... (as Dolly Ahluwalia Tewari)
Neeta Mohindra
Rana Ranbir Rana Ranbir
Bharti Singh ... (as Barhti Sharma)
Jaspinder Narula Jaspinder Narula
Harshdeep Kaur
Ahmed Khan
Harjinder Kaur Harjinder Kaur
Yamii Yamii ... Rabiha
Surilie Gautam Surilie Gautam
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'Ek Noor' is a sincere attempt to bring across the audience the message on the noble cause of organ donation and a sincere attempt to make the audience aware of life after death. The gift of living your life through the life of another brings immense joy, satisfaction and blessings, it gives both to the person who does the good deed and to the one who receives it. Its a simple story of a visually impaired orphaned girl, Rabia who is offered a better life when a young couple makes a conscious decision of adopting her and she fills the vacuum in their lives. Then through a twist of circumstances when the protagonist comes to know she is going to die, she makes two important decisions that would change Rabia's life and another young woman's life. What'd be her second decision for that the audience has to wait and watch the movie. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

India

Language:

Punjabi

Release Date:

4 February 2011 (India) See more »

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A landmark
4 January 2011 | by deepman-941-218431See all my reviews

While watching the premier of this movie not even for one sec i felt as if I'm not watching a Punjabi film at the same time not even one frame was like our normal NRI love triangle formula Punjabi films.Being a Punjabi I can proudly say that this is the only "Hatt Ke" Punjabi feature film which not only is a meaning-full cinema but is going to bring a lot of good changes in the quality of our Punjabi cinema.Ek-Noor is surely gonna be a wake up call for our society as well as Punjabi Film Makers. My heartiest congrats to each n every one connected to this film n just keep it up.Ek-Noor is a sincere attempt to bring across the audience the message on the noble cause of organ donation and a sincere attempt to make the audience aware of life after death.The gift of living your life through the life of another brings immense joy, satisfaction and blessings, it gives both to the person who does the good deed and to the one who receives it. Its a simple story of a visually impaired orphaned girl, Rabia who is offered a better life when a young couple makes a conscious decision of adopting her and she fills the vacuum in their lives. Then through a twist of circumstances when the protagonist comes to know she is going to die, she makes two important decisions that would change Rabia's life and another young woman's life. What'd be her second decision for that the audience has to wait and watch the movie.


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