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After killing his mentor, a gangster comes into power to rule over Mumbai. In the process he falls for an aspiring actress, nevertheless he finds that his protege has fallen for her too which leads to enmity between them.
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
Madhur Bandarkar started his career with TRISHAKTI a commercial film which bombed and then he made art films like Chandni Bar, Satta and got a niche audience for himself
And then suddenly he makes a big budget Firoz Nadiadwala film AAN MEN AT WORK oh my god?
With a huge cast starring Akshay, Suneil, Paresh(regulars of Firoz), and then Jackie Shroff, Raveena, Irrfan.etc and also his regulars like Manoj Joshi.etc
OK the movie is nothing but a clichéd cop film and is damn outdated
The film is actually script less, it's a jerky film with change of focus from a cop film to a commercial film to a song- dance film.etc
Luckily there isn't too much of romance, emotions.etc or it would be more boring
The starting 40 minutes seemed to be shot in sleep by the director There are too many jump of characters and also boring long introduction sequences and the item songs
The old politician nexus everything seems old fashioned
The film does get interesting with the murder of Milind Gunaji and then the entire confrontation scenes between Irrfan- Akshay.etc but things get too boring and slow paced
The death scene of Suneil is so hilarious it makes you laugh
The last few scenes seem shot by the producer himself, if that is true what i heard, but there seem all going nowhere
Madhur handles a few scenes well, but the impact is missing
Music is routine, though Nasha stands out
Action scenes are outdated
Akshay Kumar gets the major focus and he excels in his serious cop role This is a far cry from his routine Daava, Insaaf type cop roles here he is a serious cop and he stands out
Suneil Shetty does a good job but hams badly in many scenes
Paresh Rawal has some good moments, while Irrfan steals the show with his unique style of humor and acting Shatrughan Sinha gets less importance and plays a second fiddle to Akshay, acting wise too he is a letdown He repeats his typical style and overdoes it His lectures are boring Raveena gets some few scenes are her role is badly sketched Preeti has no importance Om Puri too is wasted, Manoj Joshi stands out in his act, Here he gets to do lot more then just being a comedian and he is a stand out Jackie Shroff literally has 3-4 scenes and he is hardly there Rajpal, Vijay Raaz get less scope Rahul Dev is okay
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