Narayan Anna is the warlord ruling over the slums of Dharavi in Mumbai. The King of the water mafia. His biggest strength, his weapon is his right-hand man, his soldier - Raghu! Anna loves Raghu almost like a son, a fact hated and disliked by Vishnu, Anna’s own son and heir - a midget. His height may be less but his evil goes to unfathomable heights. In this world, enters Zoya, a beautiful girl who is mute, but brings with her the melody and sound of music. She enters the slums with a mission to teach music to the children there and replace the guns in their hands with musical instruments. She changes Raghu’s life as love blossoms and the man who took lives, begins to find a reason to live. But alas his joy is short-lived as Zoya witnesses Vishnu killing a rival and Anna, unaware of their love, orders Raghu to kill her. Raghu is torn between his love and loyalty. For the first time in his life he disobeys Anna’s order and chooses his love. A choice which proves to be tragic. He is captured along with Zoya and the slum kids, and a choice is given to him. Either he carry out the order given and kill Zoya thereby saving his own and the slum children’s lives, or refuse and doom all of them including him to death. Zoya convinces him to pull the trigger to save the lives of the children and his own. The man who took other’s lives is now forced to take the life of the woman he loves. Anna refuses to let Vishnu kill Raghu, saying that the moment he killed Zoya, he killed a part of himself. The day Raghu even raises a finger against Vishnu, he will allow him to kill him. Will Raghu rise from his grief to take Zoya’s revenge? ‘Marjaavaan’ is a powerful story of love, violence, music and revenge!
- 2 hr 17 minNR
- Nov 15, 2019