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  • The film follows the journey of a runaway wife (Manisha Koirala) and unfolds her story in three main chapters, each one presenting the story of a woman at whose place she stops.Rekha-Wikipedia
  • In 1998 came the third part of his "terrorism trilogy", named Dil Se.. and starring Shahrukh Khan and Manisha Koirala, with the latter fabricating the second collaboration.Mani Ratnam-Wikipedia
  • The film stars debutants Ehan Bhat and Edilsy Vargas in lead roles, alongside Aditya Seal, Lisa Ray and Manisha Koirala among others portray supporting characters.A. R. Rahman-Wikipedia
  • Unfolded in several chapters, the film starred Chawla alongside Manisha Koirala in an episode named "I Am Megha".Juhi Chawla-Wikipedia
  • In 1993, he almost signed on to appear in Mani Ratnam's Bombay and featured in the initial photo shoot alongside Manisha Koirala.Vikram (actor)-Wikipedia
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