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7 Khoon Maaf – Trailer

7 Khoon Maaf is a 2011 Hindi black comedy drama thriller film directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, starring Priyanka Chopra in the lead role. The film, based on Ruskin Bond’s short story, Susanna’s Seven Husbands, features seven male leads with Naseeruddin Shah who plays the oldest husband, Neil Nitin Mukesh as the youngest husband, as well as John Abraham, Irrfan Khan, Annu Kapoor and Russian actor Aleksandr Dyachenko. The seventh husband is a mystery that the viewer will find at the end of the film. Priyanka Chopra plays a femme fatale in the film, who goes on to kill all her husbands. 7 Khoon Maaf was first scheduled for release on 21 January 2011, but was later postponed to 18 February 2011. The film had its premiere at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival.

Cast

Priyanka Chopra as Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes (a.k.a. Saheb / Suzi / Sultana / Anna / Sunaina)
Neil Nitin Mukesh as Major Edwin Rodriques
John Abraham as Jamshed Singh Rathod / Jimmy Stetson
Irrfan Khan as Wasiullah Khan (a.k.a Musafir)
Aleksandr Dyachenko as Nicolai Vronsky
Annu Kapoor as Inspector Keemat Lal
Naseeruddin Shah as Dr. Modhusudhon Tarafdar (a.k.a. Modhu Daa)
Vivaan Shah as Arun Kumar
Usha Uthup as Maggie Aunty (Maid)
Harish Khanna as Galib Khan
Shashi Malviya as Goonga Chacha
Konkona Sen Sharma as Nandini, Arun’s wife (Cameo)
Ruskin Bond as Church Father (Cameo)
Radhika Arora as Nandini’s friend (Cameo)

Box office

At the box office, the film opened to a weak response across India. The business was low at single screens (8% to 10%), but slightly better at multiplexes (15% to 20%). Released with 786 prints, the film collected Indian Rupee symbol.svg 13 crore in its opening weekend, and Indian Rupee symbol.svg 14.25 crore by the end of its first week. However the film managed to surpass its cost within its first week at the box office, through non-theatrical revenues. After the end of its run, Box Office India declared it as a flop.

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