Siddhant Dheer lives a wealthy lifestyle with his brother, Shashank, and sister, Anu. Both Siddhant and Shashank work for India's Anti-Terrorist Cell (ATC), along with Aditya and Aditi. ... See full summary »
Eight years on, a new evil rises from where the Batman and Commissioner Gordon tried to bury it, causing the Batman to resurface and fight to protect Gotham City... the very city which brands him an enemy.
Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.
Siddhant Dheer lives a wealthy lifestyle with his brother, Shashank, and sister, Anu. Both Siddhant and Shashank work for India's Anti-Terrorist Cell (ATC), along with Aditya and Aditi. After interrogating a suspect named Altaf, they get information that terrorists are planning a major strike in Canada that may endanger 25000 lives during the month of May. Altaf tells them the mastermind behind this attack is a terrorist named Jambhal, who has a contact named Himmat Mehndi. Shashank, and Aditya fly to Canada, meet with ATC Agent Neha, and then abduct Himmat, who denies that profusely. The duo team up with Canadian Police Officer Danish "Dan", and together attempt to piece together whatever information they have gathered from Himmat, only to find out that no one is who they claim they are, and the duo find themselves entrapped in a web of deceit and lies, with no clues as to who is behind the threat - the countdown for which has already begun. Written by
This film is inspired by the 1995 Hollywood blockbuster "The Usual Suspects". Though the entire movie differs in its screenplay, the characterization of Pankaj Kapoor bears resemblance to the character played by Kevin Spacey and the twist of the movie bears similarity. See more »
When Sanjay Dutt and all come to leave Abhishek and Zayed in the airport, When Abhishek goes to smoke he is clean shaved, but in the end when they show the scene again he has beard. See more »
Where were you going yesterday with so much hurry?
Listen to me, Sir.
Will you listen?
[Slaps him again]
Why won't you listen?
[Slaps him 3rd time]
Your face says you are going to lie!
Why are you beating him? Tell us what you want to know, and we will.
Okay. Where were you running yesterday, breaking all kinds of traffic laws!
[Slaps them both]
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I liked Dus a lot even though some unfair comparisons may be made with Hollywood thrillers.
I liked Dus mainly because of its because of its slick editing. I also liked the performances of Abhishek, Shilpa Shetty, Sunjay Dutt and most of all, Pankaj Kapoor.
I loved the music. It's sharp, original and melodious without descending into chaos or plain stealing.
The cinematography was fabulous and the dialogues great.
Shipla Shetty is a treat to look at,gorgeous without being half naked or cheap.
Abhishek is going to be the next King of Bollywood. Sanjay looks mature and is an honest actor. Suneil Shetty hams throughout the movie and one is forced to wonder why he was there at all. He is so irrelevant to the script.
Zayed has a long way to go though he is quite good at shaking a leg.
More than anything else the movie is hugely entertaining even though a large dose of "willing suspension of disbelief" is required in some instances.
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