My Friend Pinto Hindi Movie

Feature Film | Romance

My Friend Pinto is a 2011 Indian movie directed by Raghav Dar starring Prateik Babbar, Kalki Koechlin, Manisha Koirala and Naseeruddin Shah. The feature film is produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and the music composed by Ajay Gogavale and Atul Gogavale.


Release Info:
October 14 2011 (India)  
Language: Hindi
Director: Raghav Dar

SYNOPSIS:
Twenty-something Michael Pinto has grown up in a small Goan village, believing everyone in the world to be simple, kind ... Show more

Twenty-something Michael Pinto has grown up in a small Goan village, believing everyone in the world to be simple, kind and honest, just like him. His world revolves around a doting mother, a passion for music and the memories of a childhood friend, Sameer, who left Goa for Mumbai many years ago and hasn't replied to his frequent letters ever since. Pinto's talent for music is only matched by his knack for finding trouble in the unlikeliest of places often resulting in the most outlandish and hilarious situations. When Pinto's idyllic world is shattered by the sudden demise of his mother he decides to head to Mumbai in search of the only friend he knows. Will Pinto find Sameer or will trouble find him first? Will Pinto and his crazy antics survive the big bad city or more importantly, will Mumbai survive a phenomenon called Pinto?




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Cast & Crew Details:
Prateik Babbar
Kalki Koechlin
Manisha Koirala
Naseeruddin Shah
Divya Dutta
Makarand Deshpande
Shakeel Khan
Arjun Mathur
Raj Zutshi

Director: Raghav Dar
Producer: Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Production Companies: UTV Motion Pictures, SLB Films
Music Directors: Ajay Gogavale, Atul Gogavale
Background Music Composer: Hitesh Sonik
Song Lyrics Writer: Amitabh Bhattacharya
Sound Designer: Stephen Gomes
Editors: Shaan Mohammed, Dipika Kalra
Screenplay Writer: Raghav Dar
Original Story Writer: Raghav Dar
Action Choregrapher: Sham Kaushal


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