Yamraaj (Gulshan Grover), has a major hold in the underworld, and has got his own stylish life fall of luxuries. Seeing this, Birju (Mithun Chakraborty) and Krishna (Jackie Shroff), dream to become Yamraaj one day. Inspector Dharamveer (Prem Chopra), warns them not to indulge in completion of this dream, but they wont listen to him. They start working for Yamraaj, and slowly impress Yamraaj with their work and get lots of money and other luxuries. One day an incident makes Krishna feel whether this life is good or the life they were living before this was better. He decides to part ways from this underworld and live the normal life of humanity. Now, Birju is alone to reach to his goal of becoming Yamraaj while Krishna starts helping police. Will Yamraaj let Krishna live? Will Birju get to reach his dream? What was that incident that changed Krishna alive? Will Birju and Krishna solve their fight? This is what the story is all about.
Ryan L (fr) wrote: You kill baby bear then youre gonna face the wrath of momma bear. But this bear isn't a bear at all.
Dan W (es) wrote: "Did you ever suck the jelly out of a jelly doughnut and then fill it with chocolate swirl ice cream?"
Michelle T (au) wrote: I don?t find Margaret Cho funny. She doesn?t make me laugh or giggle or even smile or smirk, but she?s interesting to listen to because she is opinionated on social events and public figures. I know most comedians comment on this stuff, but there?s something different about her. She?s smarter or something, more informed. Other comedians make fun of public figures for obvious reasons?she has a different spin on it. Or something.
Andrey B (br) wrote: Wonderful movie albeit predictable. But you just follow its story with a great pleasure filled with oustanding cast and memorable performances. You just don't want it to end.
Ariana C (nl) wrote: Profoundly moving and exceptionally written.
Michael W (au) wrote: Sequel with no sensible continuity from the first film; Scotty now (quite logically) a lead actor for a film in production in Greece and Carlton Ashby present in an entirely contrived appearance. The new Scotty has zero charm but maybe I'm too discriminating.
Ian M (de) wrote: Very strong Altman, though I'd rank it a notch below his top tier of 70s masterworks (Nashville, 3 Women, The Long Goodbye, and McCabe & Mrs. Miller).
Jarryd R (de) wrote: wanna see it i cant wAIT LOL !!!
Allan U (ru) wrote: One of the best ever western movies.
Jackson S (br) wrote: A tight film noir with enough story to satisfy the most hardcore of movie buffs. Don Siegel is severely underrated.
Luke G (ru) wrote: Steel Dawn strives to be like Mad Max, whilst the title hints at possibly being a far off sequel to Red Dawn. The dry, end result is neither.