Deshu, a mechanic from Dubai, comes home to Mumbai, and gets embroiled in a crime by accident. The film shows his meteoric rise from common, law-abiding man to underworld kingpin. After his mother passes away, Mumbai-based Deshu returns from Dubai to condole his married sister, Kumud, and retired police constable father, but becomes embroiled with the police as well as the underworld after he witnesses a brutal homicide. Hounded by both the police and goons affiliated to Mangli, he decides to enter the criminal world of Hashimbhai, a rival of the later, and begins his career by killing Mangli. His rise in the gang is phenomenal, and his association with Bollywood beauty, Bhakti Bhatnagar, creates jealously amongst Hashim's sons, Shabbir and Muqarram, who also feel demoralized and threatened, and use every opportunity to instigate their father against him, while the Mumbai Police assign 'Encounter Specialist' Inspector Razaak the task of doing away with Deshu.
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Hugo G (gb) wrote: The story wasn't that great, but it build a lot of suspense and tension.
Adrian L (us) wrote: Good movie, plenty of action scenes to keep you happy, looks great.
Patrick Y (kr) wrote: I loved the original mini-series with Jeremy Irons. Brideshead Revisited certainly brought on a mild form of anglophilia.
David F (au) wrote: I loved every minute of this movie. HIGHLY recommended. Definitely one of the best comic book movies of all time.
FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: 96%Fits nicely on the shelf, next to HEATHERS.
Dorianator F (mx) wrote: Pretty bad movie. it has good acting and a cool style, but it is way too long and drawn out. And I found it to be very boring.
Leslie B (nl) wrote: Ok but not a patch on the original.
Shawn W (ru) wrote: A pair of con artists try to find a missing heir to a wealthy woman's fortune. Alfred Hitchcock's final film and not up to the high standards of his earlier work. Starts to drag on, probably would have been better with a half hour shaved off and believable seances.