A gangster's Accountant finds his life in danger after a lot of cash goes missing.

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Nainesh
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Unnati
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Saurav
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Sarfaraz Pathan / Bhai
Gautam Kapoor ...
Sunny
Zul Vellani ...
Wassimbhai
G.P. Singh ...
Fatman
Riyaz Makhani ...
Cop 1
Rana Jung Bahadur ...
Cop 2
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Patel
Mahmud Babai ...
Irani
Natasha Kaul ...
Fantasy Babe
Gurcharan Singh ...
Baldy
Ulhas Pathak ...
Inspector
Ajay Lele ...
Hawaldar
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Gujarati-speaking vegetarian, Nainesh, is the Accountant of a gangster, Sarfaraz Pathan, and lives with his mistress, Unnati. After Sarfaraz' nephew, Sunny, and Wassimbhai torture and recover Two Crore Rupees from a bald man, but Sunny kills him, spattering blood all over the Rupee notes. Nainesh and Unnati spend all night cleaning and ironing the currency, and neatly packaging it in a suitcase. Subsequently, Unnati tells him she had seen Sunny driving away with two bags while Nainesh was in the bathroom. Suspicious, Nainesh opens the suitcase and finds the cash substituted by old newspapers. He will soon find his life in danger after Sunny denies taking the cash, and Sarfaraz demands the cash be returned to him at any and all costs. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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You can run but you can't hide

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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17 May 2002 (India)  »

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lukewarm remake of Bound
29 May 2003 | by (Lahore, Pakistan) – See all my reviews

the main attraction of Bound was that there was no male protagonist, only 2 female leads, & the fact that they have a steamy love scene together. this Hindi remake chickens out on the lesbian angle, and substitutes a male character as the friendly neighbor.

having said that, it's not too bad. at least there are no songs. but the maximum level of sexuality in the film is a few kissing scenes, all involving Tara Deshpande.


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