Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain Trailer

Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain Trailer (2002)

"An Epic Tale of Love & Scrifice" 30 August 2002 Fantasy, Drama 130 mins

The film is Based on an incident from the Mahabharata and also made as a play on a Girish Karnad titled Fire in the Rain. The film features Amitabh Bachchan in a cameo appearance as Lord Indra. Jackie Shroff plays the main lead in the film as Puravasu the head priest, Raveena playing the role of his unfaithful wife in love with Yavakri. Nagarjuna played Yavakri the priest's jealous rival and Prabhudeva as a demon who kills Yavakri. While Milind Soman plays the younger brother of Jackie Shroff as Aravasu, the female lead opposite Milind is played by Sonali Kulkarni.

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Cast

Jackie Shroff

as Paravasu

Raveena Tandon

as Vishakha

Milind Soman

as Arvasu

Prabhu Deva

as Rakshasa

Mohan Agashe

as Raibhya

Kumar Iyengar

as Senior courtier

Sonali Kulkarni

as Nittilai

International Releases Dates

India 30 August 2002

United States 30 August 2002

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