Not in this day and age should a movie be made like this...
A man is walking home in the middle of a monsoon when while trying to retrieve his lost umbrella he accidentally walks in one a terrorist rendezvous point/plot. He gets wind of their plan but is caught while trying to escape and shot. As he dies on the steps of the nearest police precinct he whispers the terrorist plot to the police chief who then vows to bring down the terrorists. In a police force riddled with dirty cops and corrupt senior officials, the chief is soon killed in his quest to bring down the goons. His brother Arjun (played by Sonu Sood) vows to avenge his death but is injured (and had his entire family wiped off the surface of the earth) by the terrorists. He is rescued by an exiled ex-soldier and his friend in the desert and together they all plan to bring down the terrorists. The problem with the movie is that the script was trite, it simplified terrorism, made terrorists looks like jokers and was quite uneven for the most part. On top of all of that, it was shot with old decaying technology which just makes the audience look stupid for continuing to watch this joke of a film in the first place. If I was not a Sonu Sood fan, I would have not seen the film through to the end. If you're looking to see a better take of the same story, see MISSION KASHMIR(Sanjay Dutt, Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta) instead.
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