The Quran does not approve of terrorism in any way, not a single verse in the Holy Quran supports terrorism. This is the message sent loudly (literally) through this action packed film Ya Rab.
The film begins with a bomb blast in a court, where several innocent people are killed. It is a grim situation, the injured are rushed to the hospital, while the police arrive on the spot of the incident. ACP Ran Vijay Singh (Ajaz Khan) is in charge of the investigations, and then in the process of interrogation, it is clear that there are further strikes planned by the terrorists.
The next target would be in Lucknow, and most of the film is centered in this city where Imran (Vikram Singh) and Amreen (Arjumman Mughal) are a happily married couple and Amreen is expecting a child.
They are a happy Islamic family who are close to the Imam who celebrates Id festival with this family. In fact, the Imam is almost a part of the family and treats Imran and Amreen as his son and daughter-in-law.
The basic idea behind Ya Rab is to show how Islam has been used as a tool to propagate terrorism.
It is very common that verses from the Holy Book are mentioned quite often, and often they are presented it as evidence of Islam being a terror breeding religion for their political and monetary gain.
Ya Rab focuses on such issues where we deal with so called self proclaimed Maulanas (Islamic Preachers) who misinterpret The Quran and its real meaning to breed terrorists and terrorist activity.
It also shows how such people manipulate the young and vulnerable youth in the name of Islam and Jihad to run their terror shops.
Ya Rab is an effort to show the right face of Islam and to guide the misguided on the right path. This is often shown in numerous films in the past. It does have its negative points like the ACP is shown smoking in almost all of his scenes.
It is the repetitive depiction which irritates. The dialogues are loud, where the characters are shown almost screaming.
Thankfully, Vikram Singh as Imran is subdued and he is the surprise factor in the second half, where this innocent young guy fights the terrorists. Arjumman Mughal is sweet looking and is the sole soothing factor in this over the top film.
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Maulana Jilani – Akhilendra Mishra
Dr. Mazhar – Manzar Sehbai
Ikram – Raju Kher
Dr. Shabana – Kishori Sahane
Ran Vijay Singh – Ajaz Khan
Imran – Vikram Singh
Amreen – Arjumman Mughal
Director – Hasnain Hyderabadwala
Producer – Mohsin Ali Khan, Meesam Ali Khan & Hoori Ali Khan
Co-Producer – Aejaz Mirza
Executive Producer – Rohit Kumar
Story & Screenplay – Ikram Akhtar
Dialogues – Sanjay Masoomm
Director of Photography – K. Rajkumar
Music – Amjad Nadeem
Lyrics – Shakeel Azmi
Editor – Sanjay S. Ingle
Action Director – Abbas Ali Moghul
Art Director – Raj Kishor Choudhary
Background Music – Raju Rao
Chief Assistant Director – Bhanu Prakash Jha
Production Controller – Mahadev Mogre & Hari Sankar
Ya Rab movie review
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