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A truly honest police officer is transferred to a town controlled by a gangster he has humiliated. The gangster believes he can use good power to bring down this officer who made him look foolish and weak.
Captain Ranvir is assigned the task of apprehending two terrorists named Shaka and Dara. Upon arrival in the region, he meets with and falls in love with Radhika, the daughter of Rajasaheb,... See full summary »
Islamic terrorists, backed by Pakistan, boldly attack the Indian Parliament building. The Indian army assigns this matter to Colonel Ranvir Singh Ranawat, who along with his men, apprehends and arrests the ring-leader Baba Zaheer Khan. The Colonel takes one of his subordinates, Jaideep Rai, to task as nine soldiers were killed due to his negligence, and asks him to resign. An Islamic terrorist group, Al-Tahit, recruits a group of men to try and spring Baba from prison, albeit in vain as their plans are thwarted by Jaideep, who is now the ACP in Mumbai. On the run from the Police, this group hijacks an Indian Airlines plane, en-route from Mumbai to Kathmandu, with Jaideep's wife, Nandini, an In-Flight Supervisor, on board. The plane, with 107 passengers and crew, is re-routed to Kazan in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir where they are met with more armed terrorists as well as the Pakistani army. Together they demand the release of Baba Zaheer in exchange for the lives of the passengers. The ... Written by
Zameen has a very interesting story, has some terrific acting by Ajay and Abhishek, great photography, and good music. Unfortunately it also had a lot more that seriously detracted from the film. I generally love the songs and dances in Indian film but felt that at least two of them were out of place and lessened the impact of everything that went before it. The car crashes were completely unnecessary to the plot and looked fakey and unrealistic. Bibasha was mere window dressing and there were times where I felt her affect was inappropriate to a specific scene. She was great in Jism and in a supporting role in Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai but needed better direction here. The propagandizing went a little overboard at times and, for those who do not know what P.O.K. is, it refers to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir since the initials are referred to several times but never spelled out until close to the end of the movie. Despite the negatives, I would still have to give the film 7/10 although, without them, it could have easily received a 9.
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