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Raghav Shastri and Jai Mittal belong to two different strata of the society . Raghav is a hot-tempered , world-weary taxi driver who lies to his family about working as an insurance salesman . Jai is the heir to a sprawling business empire , your stereotypical spoiled rich man's son . After his father's demise , he leans that in his Late father's will , all the property and business has been transferred to Arjun Bajaj , his father's close friend . Jai challenges the will in court , saying that he possesses the original will safely sored away in a security vault . On the day of the hearing he hires Raghav's taxi to take him to the vault building , constantly nags him about driving too slowly which leads to speeding and accident . Jai gets away from the scene and reaches his destination , only to realize that he has dropped his vault key accidentally in Raghav's car . Raghav is arrested for the accident but not before he finds Jai's key . Jai is desperate to get the key from Raghav , ... Written by
Taxi No. 9211 is a fresh breather in Bollywood with a very unique screenplay after watching all the movies with "inspired" stories. This light entertainer takes place in the time-span of just one day. There's no long-drawn plot, no melodrama, no serious issues--just pure fun. John Abraham, a thoroughly spoilt brat, and Nana Patekar, a struggling, insecure cab driver become a significant factor in each other's lives. Although resting on opposite ends of the social hierarchy, they have one thing strongly in common--their ego. They embark on their journey in a taxi not knowing that their destinations are themselves. Filled with witty and clever dialogues, Taxi No. 9211 is a fun entertainer that gives us a little reminder to be honest and embracing. Direction is excellent! Everyone gave a fantastic performance. Vishal-Shekhar's compositions are as innovative as this movie! "Meter Down" is a catchy song with a really cool video.
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