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Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (1986) (literally meaning ‘a pending decision') is a Bollywood film that was directed and produced by Basu Chatterjee. It stars Annu Kapoor (as Juror no. 9), K K Raina (as Juror no. 8) and Pankaj Kapur (as Juror no. 3). It is a remake of the award-winning English movie, 12 Angry Men, which is a further adaptation of a teleplay with the same name by Reginald Rose.
An interesting experiment and a successful one too, this Basu Chatterjee movie starts at the courthouse, where a trial for murder is being conducted. The accused is a teenage boy, living in the city slums, who is being arrested on the charges of stabbing his own father to death. After the final closing statement is presented, the judge orders the 12 jury members to move to a private room to discuss the fate of the convict, based upon the evidences presented in the court. Assuming that the boy is guilty based on the evidences, all the jurors but one (Juror no. 8), decide not to question the case any further and let the boy proceed to the death row.
Here comes the twist in the story! Juror no. 8 (K K Raina) gradually starts challenging the evidences and witnesses one by one, thus raising considerable doubt in the others' mind about the situations as well. Raina challenges the credibility of a witness, who claims to have seen the culprit commit the crime when she was preparing to go to sleep from her bedroom window across the street. He interrogates the possibility of the witness wearing her glasses to bed or finding time to wear them and the small timeframe in which the murder took place, as it turns out that she couldn't have seen the event clearly without her glasses. However, there is Juror no. 3 (Pankaj Kapur), who is persistent about his verdict and cannot be dodged. Will the boy be released and charged ‘not guilty' or will the fact that he belongs to a slum, where no one is trusted, lead him behind the bars to his death?
Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (1986) from Eagle Home Entertainment includes 3 discs and is rated U. This compilation has an overall run time of 127 minutes and is available in Hindi with English subtitles.