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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 one piece of a joke. A complete mishmash of wannabe cool action scenes and heroes (and heroines), all lifted from different famous foreign action movies. Awfully uninspiring, terribly melodramatic and overdone, with a cliché and unoriginal screenplay. The cast is just one bunch of poseurs. Abhishek Bachchan is in the lead, and he is awfully miscast as the "tough" cop. Sanjay Dutt has nothing to do there. Sunil Shetty unsurprisingly overdoes his role and Zayed Khan is more laughable than funny with his annoying fake accent. Shilpa Shetty's Tomb Raider look is one of many mistakes made in the career of an otherwise talented actress who did not get good role offers. At times I was really wondering what the director was thinking while copying some of the most famous scenes of Hindi films. Like, for one, the group song which had them all singing a song when out of nowhere they noticed Sanjay Dutt's serious expression, stopped singing, and then, he suddenly starts singing and dancing with them in a very cheesy way. It is so clearly lifted from the song "Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna" from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge, involving Amrish Puri and Shahrukh Khan. The final scene is simply pathetic, and so is this film. Avoid this dreadful cheapo at any cost.
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