Blue Oranges

Blue Oranges is a 2009 Bollywood film produced by S M Ferozeuddin Alameer under the Khussro Films banner and directed by Rajesh Ganguly. The film features Rajit Kapur, Rati Agnihotri, Harsh Chhaya, and Aham Sharma in key roles.

Blue Oranges
Directed byRajesh Ganguly [1]
Produced byFeroze Alameer [1]
Written byRajesh Ganguly [1] Sreekanth Agneeaswaran [dialogue and lyrics]
StarringRajit Kapur
Harsh Chhaya
Aham Sharma
Rati Agnihotri
Music byBipin
Ajay Panchal
CinematographyRanjan Kothari [1]
Edited byPraveen P Kathikuloth
Release date
  • 18 September 2009 (2009-09-18)


The film is a crime, suspense thriller where Rajit Kapur plays the role of the detective Nilesh. Nilesh has to investigate the murder of a rich alcoholic woman (Pooja Kanwal). He investigates a bunch of suspects such as the murdered woman’s ex-lover (Aham Sharma), the tenant's son, a rich-brat who gave the woman a lift and the police commissioner's own brother (Harsh Chhaya) who had befriended her, before arriving at the truth. The film is shot in a flashback-and-forth mode of storytelling.[2]


  • Rajit Kapur ... Nilesh
  • Harsh Chhaya ... Anurag Dixit
  • Rati Agnihotri ... Uma Dixit
  • Aham Sharma ... Kevin Travasso
  • Pooja Kanwal ... Shalini Chauhan
  • Richashree ... Rati Bose
  • Shishir Sharma ... Commissioner Dixit
  • Shivani Joshi ... Rudra
  • Anupam Shyam ... Ramprasad
  • Akhil Mishra ... Mr. Goel
  • Asheesh Kapur ... Hari Goel
  • Rasika Joshi ... Mrs. Goel
  • Javed Abedi ... Doctor
  • Rajeev Acharya ... Principal
  • Kamal Adib ... Sunil Mehra
  • Imtiaz Amir ... Judge
  • Honey Chhaya ... Old Man in jail
  • Naina Dixit ... News Reader
  • Yusuf Hussain ... Janak Raj Chauhan
  • Alex Joseph ... Jail Warden
  • Siddhant Karnick ... Aditya Mehra
  • Bharat Kaul ... Mr. Mehta
  • Moin Khan ... Man with Ranjit's wife
  • Neeraj Kumar ... Ranjit
  • Sujata Kumar ... Dr. Reddy
  • Anjali Londhe ... Ranit's wife
  • Jagruti Mehta ... Maid Servant
  • Nandu ... Police with fax
  • Chandrabhan Patel ... Drug Pedlar
  • Himanshu Powdwal ... Control room investigator
  • Jaspal Sandhu ... Jailor
  • Simran Sawhney ... Henchman
  • Savi Sidhu ... Mahadev (as Savi Siddhu)
  • Satyendra Verma ... Lawyer


The Times of India rated the movie 2.5/5 stars and although the movie was appreciated for being painstakingly crafted; it was criticized for being too dour and clinical and bereft of humour, pace and drama.[3]

Subhash K Jha too rated the movie 2.5/5 stars and summed up his review as "If there are no highs in the narration, there are no plunging lows either" and singled out Rajit Kapur’s acting as the one stand-out performance.[2]


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