Rain Drops

Topics: The Da Vinci Code, Jesus, Batman Pages: 24 (7918 words) Published: August 23, 2013
“Aatma “

Directed by| Suparn Verma|
Produced by| Kumar Mangat Pathak
Abhishek Pathak|
Written by| Suparn Verma|
Starring| Bipasha Basu
Nawazuddin Siddiqui|
Music by| Sangeet Haldipur
Siddharth Haldipur|
Cinematography| Sophie Winqvist|
Editing by| Hemal Kothari|
Studio| Wide Frame Pictures|
Distributed by| Wide Frame Pictures|
Release date(s)| 22 March 2013|
Country| India|
Language| Hindi|
Budget| 8 crore|

Synopsis
The movie begins with Niya (Doyel Dhawan) watching a video of herself and her father. Niya is the daughter of Maya (Bipasha Basu) and Abhay (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). Maya and Abhay are divorced. Maya and Niya live with Maya's mother (Shernaz Patel) and father (Shiv Kumar Subramaniam). Niya is unaware of the fact that her father is dead. Maya deliberately hides the truth from her as Niya is a sensitive child and worships her father. Things start getting bizarre when Paras, Niya's classmate who gives her a hard time in school, ends up dead after he pulled Niya's hair. Same thing happens to Niya's class teacher Mrs. Sinha who complains about Niya. Moreover Niya starts talking to her absent father. Maya is concerned about the absurd change in Niya's behaviour and hence takes her for counseling. It is revealed in the counseling session that Abhay was a hot tempered man. He loses out on his job and friends because of his frequent and violent bouts of anger. Abhay also suspects Maya of having an affair with a colleague. However he loves his daughter more than anything else. After Abhay starts beating up Maya, she files for a divorce and gets the sole custody of Niya. Abhay cannot bear this and threatens Maya that he will take Niya away from her. Shortly after the hearing, Abhay dies in a car accident. After the session, the counselor (Mohan Kapoor) advices Maya to take Niya out for the weekend. The mother daughter duo go to Panchgani where Abhay possesses Niya and tells Maya that he will take Niya with him. Maya comes back to Mumbai and consults a pandit (Darshan Jariwala) who tells Maya that as long as Maya and Niya share a strong bond of love, Abhay won't be able to kill either Maya or Niya. Sometime later, the counselor tries to convince Niya that her father is dead. Shortly after, the counselor is found dead in his clinic. Later, Abhay kills Maya's friend and frames Maya. Maya is admitted into a mental health facility. Maya's mother calls the pandit home for a havan, which is interrupted by Abhay. He kills the pandit, possesses his body and kills Maya's mother. Maya, in a desperate bid to save her daughter kills herself as she remembers the pandit's words that no mortal man can fight an Aatma. Maya becomes a spirit and saves Niya just as Abhay is about to kill her. She also destroys Abhay's spirit, thus ensuring Niya's safety for the rest of her life. In an epilogue, Niya is shown celebrating her eighteenth birthday while Maya's spirit fondly watches her. “Batman in film”

The fictional character Batman, a comic book superhero featured in DC Comics publications, has appeared in various films since his inception. The character first starred in two serial films in the 1940s, Batman and Batman and Robin. The character also appeared in the 1966 film Batman, which was a feature film adaptation of the 1960s Batman TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward, who also starred in the film. Toward the end of the 1980s, the Warner Bros. studio began producing a series of feature films starring Batman, beginning with the 1989 film Batman, directed by Tim Burton and starring Michael Keaton. Burton and Keaton returned for the 1992 sequel Batman Returns, and in 1995, Joel Schumacher directed Batman Forever with Val Kilmer as Batman. Schumacher also directed the 1997 sequel Batman & Robin, which starred George Clooney. Batman & Robin was poorly received by both the critics and the fans, and after a long hiatus in which multiple possible Batman scripts were...
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