Journey to mid-1960s Calcutta, where an Afghan dry fruit seller forms an unlikely bond with a young girl, amidst the backdrop of war and societal biases.
The film unfolds against the backdrop of the Indo-Pakistan war, reflecting the social tensions and anxieties of the era. Witness the transformation of a vibrant city grappling with political turmoil.
Driven by hope and desperation, Rahmat, an Afghan father, leaves his family behind to seek work in Calcutta. Experience his struggles to adapt to a new land and culture.
Mini's innocent curiosity and open heart bridge the gap between cultures, forming a special connection with Rahmat that challenges societal prejudices.
Watch their friendship blossom despite societal disapproval. Mini sees beyond Rahmat's origins, while he finds solace in her presence, reminding him of his daughter back home.
The film tackles the real-life issue of prejudice against immigrants and minorities. Witness how societal biases threaten the innocent bond between Rahmat and Mini.
Despite the challenges, their genuine connection shines through, offering a message of hope and the power of understanding over prejudice.
Witness the outstanding performances of Mithun Chakraborty as the conflicted Rahmat and Anumegha Kahali as the spirited Mini, who breathe life into the characters and draw you into their world.
The film's visuals and music seamlessly blend with the narrative, creating an immersive and emotionally resonant experience.
Kabuliwala leaves a lasting impact, prompting reflection on themes of friendship, prejudice, and the importance of human connection. This heartwarming story is sure to stay with you long after the credits roll.