Ankahee
2006

Starring

Eshaa Deol, Aftab Shivdasani,
Amisha Patel

Directed by

Vikram Bhatt

Produced by

Pritish Nandy
Rangita Pritish Nandy

Music by

Pritam

Synopsis   |   Director's Note   |   Producer's Note

Pritish Nandy Communications’ Ankahee is a romance unlike any other. Inspired by the events of his life, Vikram Bhatt puts to celluloid a film after his own heart, Ankahee.

Shekhar was a common man. Happily married to his wife of several years. The relationship was sealed as special by the coming of their child. They were a happy family till one day, the reigning Miss World and Bollywood’s biggest star, Kavya Krishna, walked into his hospital armed with a slit wrist and what Shekhar believed to be, true love.

Kavya was beautiful, smart, alive and Shekhar, like the rest of the world, fell in love with her. Days hurried past as he cleared the rest of his life, his wife, his daughter, his friends, his work to make way for his love. Nothing was more important than Kavya and his need to be her constant.

For Kavya, Shekhar was the lifeline she’d always sought. Her anchor, her man, the only person in the world who could make her happy. And Kavya struggled to be happy. Nandita, ofcourse, was the woman stuck in the middle. Shekhar was the only man she’d ever loved. And yet, he’d found it only too easy to walk away. From her. And from Sheena, their 6 year old daughter.

Ankahee is about the truths that were left unspoken between a man, his wife and his daughter. And the lies that need to be uncovered. It is a film about brutal love, deception, betrayal and the desperate loneliness that accompanies all three.

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Did you know?

After openly stating that Ankahee was based on his life story, a month before the release of the movie, director Vikram Bhatt did a sudden turn around and denied that its content was autobiographical or inspired by events from his life. He was committed enough to the film, however, to also declare in the same breath that it was the best and only film of his life that he felt was truly honest.

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