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Dev, a conman, gets killed by his wife Ritu, after she learns that the former is a debt-ridden thug who married her only to repay his debts. Her life turns upside down when she meets Anand, Dev's identical twin brother.
Ravishing Jia A. Yashvardhan lives a very wealthy, though lonely, lifestyle in India with her widowed father Industrialist, A.J. Yashvardhan. In a bid to augment his business, he arranges ... See full summary »
Crime is at its highest peak in Mumbai with it split in three ways. Walia has one-third, Manik Rao has one-third and Roshni has a third of the Mumbai territory. The crime rate rises with more smuggling, trading and illegal activities soaring. Meanwhile, the CBI work constantly to stop this. Inspector Vikram is a failure of a police in life and tends to stick with the easy way. Appa is an encounter specialist who goes after the henchmen instead of the bosses, he has a wife Janki with whom they have a son. Const. Khaled is a happy-go-lucky cop. The three men's and the whole Crime branch's fate changes with the arrival of their new boss. DCP Hari arrives and realizes that the CBI are not serious and that the rules, regulations, and the very reason for joining the police force, have been thrown to the wind. With his girlfriend Kiran whom he'd promise he would marry on his mind, he does not first like the promotion to DCP and transfer to Mumbai, but later accepts it. He soon watches the ...Written by
In a span of few movies, including the last one "Satta", Bhandarkar has gotten a reputation as a good director, albeit he is not in the same league as a Varma. The movie is loaded with "Stars" some of them good some of them not so good as in Akshay Kumar and Suneil Shetty who will never know what acting is as long as they are gainfully employed. Irfan Khan, here is an actor who I think is born to portray "Bhai" the Mumbai equivalent of "Don". He is typecast in roles like "Pran" was in the yesteryear movies and rightfully so. There is plenty of action, but the flaw I see is a poor script and Screenplay with few gems. I think Madhur Bhandarkar is good in a documentary style movies like "Chandini Bar", "Satta" where his real talent is-in other words this is a "bummer from a Helmer" the caliber of Bhandarkar.
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