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. ...
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Salaam Namaste is about two Indians who have left their houses to make a life on their own, and how they meet and how they tackle their own relationships and problems and overcome them themselves without their families.
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
when the film was launched it was titled "Hum". See more »
In most of the film, Suneil Shetty has short hair but suddenly in several portions of the climax he has long hair, which the director tries to hide by shooting his scenes in extreme close ups See more »
[In a stand-off]
Put it down, officer. The kind of mission we are in, we aren't stingy about spending bullets.
But, when we use bullets, enemy doesn't get up.
We never miss a shot.
But, we always shoot first.
[Seeing that this was going nowhere]
We can talk.
Of course, but with guns down. Because, whoever shoots, and whoever loses his life, you are the ones who will die.
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Totally derivative and quite devoid of any idea in directing
This is the worst Michael-Bay-aping pseudo film I've ever seen. The acting is pathetic, the direction cretinous and the filming of the dance numbers downright criminal. The editor must have thought he was a wizard with all this frantic pasting, but it shows total disrespect for the dancers.The scene where the terrorist is eliminated somewhere in the open Canadian countryside is so unbelievably derivative (those RESERVOIR DOGS shots of guys clad in black advancing in slow-motion toward the camera)and ridiculous (the good guys seem to be impervious to bullets) it has to actually be promoted as a prime example of idiotic direction.And Sanjay Dutt must make a dramatic elephant out of the slightest existential fly. For the most undiscriminating audience only.
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