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ERHF is an ode to Indian cinema and a vibrant answer to those who think that films could be only made at a multi-million budget. Surprisingly ERHF has no special locations, picturesque places, songs, or a great budget this in fact seems to have no budget at all.
The film begins and finishes in a closed room, where on a severely hot day 12 jurors are arguing on a murder case. The special thing about ERHF is that it never lets the viewer feel confined inside the four walls, but forces his mind to meander away and puts it right at the crime scene.
ERHF is great due to the characteristics of the jurors. Juror 1 Deepak Kejriwal: A simple man with not much experience of hosting the meeting but takes comments on his performance very personally.
Juror 2 Amitabh Shrivastava: A classical, timid and docile man, very homely and lacks presentation skills. He is troubled by the presence of others and goes tongue-tied at places.
He finds peace in his clerical job and is good at calculations. Juror 3 Pankaj Kapur: An arrogant and aggressive man who was abandoned by his son and have since been hating all the young men.
He is hellbent on sending the poor guy to the gallows just because he sees a reflection of his own son in him. A logical and brainy fellow who has sober presentation skills. He likes to talk only on the proofs and motives of the culprit. He is very serious and is one of the prime representatives of the group that considers the culprit guilty.
Juror 5 Subhash Udghate: A man who spent his childhood in the slums but rose to good post due to his personal endeavors.
He understands the burning issues that relate to slums and slum-dwellers. Overall a reformer, who wishes to stay beside justice. Juror 6 Hemant Mishra: He is open to new arguments and thoughts to fuel his own views. An architect by profession.
Highly tolerant, firm and logical warrior, who has the power to subdue every other member with his inherent intuition. He has the power of elaborating and detailing everything with his common sense. Juror 9 Anu Kapoor: A silent old man who has inculcated knowledge through years of experience.
He is a great observer and has a unique way of looking at things. Juror 10 Subbi Raj: A foul-mouthed, snobbish, arrogant and aggressive businessman, who is filled with hot air.
He disdains slum-dwellers and considers that they are fit to be eradicated from this society. He is loud, hypocrite and hasty in decisions and a worshiper of supremacy.
Juror 11 Shailendra Goel: A humble, meek and cultured man, who likes to discuss things in peace and has good analytical skills.
He is a democrat and believes in the freedom of expression and has the whole constitution in his mind.Mohammed Rafi, (), extremely popular Indian playback singer who was idolized during his lifetime.
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Jul 13, · Khush to bahot hoge tum, Khush to bahot hoge tum,Ki forward karne ke liye SMS mil gaya,Magar aab kya karoge?Jab msg me kuch bhi nahi mila?Ha ha ha ha. Ek Ruka Hua Faisla: Power Of Communication Ek Ruka Hua Faisla is a movie about 19 years old boy who was a suspect for murder of his father.
There was a committee of 12 people assigned to decide whether boy was culprit or not.