Deepak is extremely against the theft when the senior first mentions it. Then the senior blackmails him saying that a previously stolen box is currently kept in Deepak's house. Rakhi and Mahi return to the village with Rakhi lost in memory of Deepak and their happy past. The film released on 30 May 2014, and won rave reviews from most critics. As Paul was in a relationship with the lead actor Rao, the production house did not disclose her name until the trailer was released. The film was presented by Fox Star Studios in association with Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt.
Deepak's family consists of his ever-supporting wife, Rakhi, and their little daughter, Mahi. Without any subtle elements on them, the Mumbai police decline to document a F. CityLights is based on the life of a farmer in Rajasthan who comes to the City of Mumbai with his wife and daughter in hope of a better life. In December 2013, it was announced that shooting would begin in. The story is about a poor farmer from Rajasthan coming to Mumbai in search of livelihood. When press kept questioning about the lead actress, the filmmakers dismissed the question. Feeling cornered, Deepak agrees to the risky plan of stealing the keys for this box when suddenly they are both robbed again and the senior is killed.
His wife meets an escort working at a night bar who provides them an unconstructed flat for time being and convinces her to be a bar dancer till Deepak becomes stable. Citylights Movie CityLights is a 2014 Indian drama film directed by Hansal Mehta starring Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha in the lead roles. In the mean time, Rakhi loses her occupation unfortunately. Deepak's senior realizes that he is far too innocent and does various favours for him in order to gain his trust to loot the security agency. They tag along his journey to Mumbai as he is unable to repay money he owes on his store. The film released on 30 May 2014, and won rave reviews from most critics.
In spite of releasing in just 350 screens, CityLights became a success due to its low cost of production and consistent collections at the box office. Title Singer s Length 1. With no contacts and addresses, except that of his friend, Omkar, Deepak takes extreme measures when arriving to Mumbai while searching for him. The film was presented by in association with and. Meanwhile, Rakhi loses her job tragically.
The movie ends when his attempt to steal the keys from the agency cost him his life but through a shrewd tactic he is able to pass on Rakhi the key for the stolen box. The story is about a poor farmer from coming to Mumbai in search of livelihood. It is a remake of the nominated British film 2013. The challenges they face, their encounter with a big city and how they rise to meet those challenges nurtured by the power of their love is what Citylights is all about. Feeling cornered, Deepak consents to the hazardous arrangement of taking the keys for this container when all of a sudden they are both looted again and the senior is murdered.
Deepak is amazingly against the burglary when the senior initially says it. In spite of releasing in just 350 screens, CityLights became a success due to its low cost of production and consistent collections at the box office. Without any contacts and addresses, aside from that of his companion, Omkar, Deepak takes outrageous measures when venturing to Mumbai while looking for him. His better half meets an escort working at a night bar who gives them an unconstructed level to time being and persuades her to be a bar artist till Deepak winds up plainly steady. Deepak finds the box stolen by his senior in his house and comes up with a plan to ensure Rakhi and Mahi's safe return to their village. . The film was first scheduled to release on 1 May 2014, which was subsequently shifted to 30 May.
On 5 May, 26 minutes of footage was previewed at a Mumbai event. While the film was originally set to be directed by Ajay Bahl, due to creative differences he was replaced by Hansal Mehta. Deepak gets hired as driver for a security bureau with a monthly pay of 15,000 Rs. With no details on them, the Mumbai police refuse to file an F. . .
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