Devdas

Devdas
Devdas

Year

2002

Duration

182 minutes

Genres

Bollywood, Drama, Musicals, Romance

Language

Hindi (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Devdas is a playboy, but a great disappointment to his rich family. Though she is of a lower status, Paro is the childhood companion with whom Devdas shares his deepest secrets. As the two become young adults, they eventually fall in love. Unfortunately, Devdas' family is against the union. A series of events separates Devdas and Paro. The two end up in loveless relationships, which takes an emotional toll that affects them in extreme ways. Voiced in HINDI, Subtitles in ENGLISH.

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Contains mild violence and sex references

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