Jajantaram Mamantaram

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Jajantaram Mamantaram
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Directed bySoumitra Ranade
Produced byArunima Roy
Written bySoumitra Ranade
Based on Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift
Starring Jaaved Jaffrey
Gulshan Grover
Music by Three Brothers And A Violin
CinematographyJoginder Panda
Production
company
iDream Productions
Release date
  • 30 May 2003 (2003-05-30)
Running time
114 minutes
CountryIndia
Language Hindi

Jajantaram Mamantaram is a 2003 Indian fantasy action comedy film directed by Soumitra Ranade and produced by Arunima Roy. [1] The film is based on Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels . [2]

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Plot

Aditya is carried to a magical island where he helps the tiny locals defeat the giant Chamunda.

Soundtrack

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References

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  2. "Now, an Indian Gulliver's Travels". Sunday Tribune. 8 June 2003. Retrieved 13 November 2012.