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A timeless tale of romance.


12 Feb, 2016
2 hrs 12 mins
15,695 votes
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This story follows a young Kashmiri boy Noor, his muse Firdaus and a mercurial Begum, through love lost and realized over the course of two generations. Thirteen-year-old Noor, an impressionable shikara boy living by the piers of Kashmir`s Dal Lake, is lured into the world of the Begum - the wealthiest woman in town. Young Noor falls in love with the Begum`s daughter, Firdaus - a beautiful child who has been raised to break hearts. Suffering from a broken heart herself, the Begum finds her mark in Noor. Noor begins to obsess over Firdaus, someone who belongs to a world completely different from his.

Seasons change and Noor leaves his hometown to move to the city of Delhi to build his career as an artist. He strives to be accepted into the sophisticated social circles that Firdaus is a part of in a quest to win her love, while the Begum plots retribution on their young and innocent love.
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Verdict: Misses the romantic bullseye! When a poor nine-year-old shikarawala, Noor (Aditya Roy Kapur) chances upon a rich heiress` daughter, Firdaus (Katrina Kaif). The heiress sees something that most people wouldn`t. She sees a love-story that is about to unfold. Fitoor is the story of Noor and Firdaus. But it is as much the story []... ...Read full review
Fitoor, based on Charles Dickens` Great Expectations, meets some expectations - but not all. In a Kashmir of moonlit snows, mist-filled houses and golden leaves, Noor (Aditya) falls in love with Firdaus (Katrina), daughter of eccentric Begum Hazrat (Tabu), who lives, covered in diamonds, in a castle of chandeliers and chintz. ...Read full review
A visual tour de force, Abhishek Kapoor`s exquisitely crafted Fitoor holds on to the soul of Great Expectations and imbues it with the spirit of Bollywood without letting the essence of one dilute that of the other. But that is not to say that Fitoor is an unblemished miracle. It isn`t. ...Read full review
Noor (Aditya Roy Kapur) loves Firdaus (Katrina Kaif) but has never been able to quite express himself. He meets the lady after years and discovers that the intensity of his feelings have not reduced and she plays along. What would you expect a Bollywood hero to do? Confess love and deliver some high-octane dramatic dialogues? That`s not what you get in Abhishek Kapoors Fitoor. ...Read full review
Fitoor is based on Charles Dickens` novel Great Expectations. Noor, a Kashmiri boy is deeply infatuated with Firdaus who belongs to a rich elite family in Kashmir. Noor`s love for Firdaus bears all the hardships of time and emotions and succeeds at the end. ...Read full review