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Director:
Writers:
Dev Kohli (lyrics)
Vishal Dadlani (lyrics)
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Release Date:
24 February 2006 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
a big shot... a big mouth... keep safe distance See more »
Plot:
A cabbie (Patekar) and businessman (Abraham) both in need of big money partake in a two-hour adventure together. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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User Reviews:
Good but not up to the expectations See more (29 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Nana Patekar ... Raghav M. 'Raghu' Shastri

John Abraham ... Jai S. Mittal

Sonali Kulkarni ... Sunita R. Shastri
Sameera Reddy ... Rupali
Shivaji Satam ... Arjun Bajaj
Nassar Abdulla ... Advocate Shivraj Behl

Kurush Deboo ... Cyrus Batliwala
Smita Jaykar ... Rupali's mother

Sanjay Dutt ... Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ragesh Asthana ... Car owner
Ashwin Chitale ... Rishabh R. Shastri (as Master Ashwin Chitale)

Priyanka Chopra ... Driver (as Piggy Chops)
Ajay Jadhav ... Havaldar - Khar Police Station
Mangala Kenkre ... Judge
Akash Khurana ... Shyam Mittal
Shankar Sachdev ... Tiwari
Ganesh Yadav ... Inspector - Khar Police Station
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Directed by
Milan Luthria 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Rajat Arora  story
Rajat Arora  written by (as Rajat Aroraa)
Vishal Dadlani  lyrics
Dev Kohli  lyrics

Produced by
Hussain Shaikh .... executive producer
Ramesh Sippy .... producer
Rohan Sippy .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Vishal Dadlani  (as Vishal & Shekhar)
Shekhar Ravjiani  (as Shekhar)
 
Cinematography by
Kartik Vijay (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Aarif Sheikh 
 
Art Direction by
Wasiq Khan 
 
Costume Design by
Falguni Thakore 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Keith Gomes .... first assistant director
Nikhil Gonsalves .... assistant director
Sajid .... assistant director
Vignesh Shetty .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Tariq Khan .... assistant art director
Tariq Umar Khan .... assistant art director
Laujari Verma .... construction coordinator
 
Sound Department
Ameet Ahire .... adr assistant
Hitendra Ghosh .... final mixing engineer
Prakash Gupta .... assistant re-recordist
Javed Khan .... sound effects editor
Parikshit Lalwani .... sound designer
Kunal Mehta .... sound designer
Shankar Singh .... sound editor
Sreejesh .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Chetan Gaur .... digital compositor
Sandesh Gawali .... digital compositor
Pankaj Kalbende .... digital compositor
Huzefa Lokhandwala .... visual effects supervisor
Prasad Patel .... digital compositor
Ranadheer Reddy .... digital compositor
Kaushal Shah .... digital compositor
Dinesh Solanki .... digital compositor
Yatin Tamhane .... Senior Digital Compositor (visual effects)
Prashant Thakur .... digital compositor
Jitendra Vaghani .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Abbas Ali Moghul .... action director
Abbas Ali Moghul .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Nikhil Idurkar .... camera trainee
Vinayak Radhakrishnan .... steadicam operator
Sheena Sippy .... still photographer
Vishal Solanki .... camera trainee
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rocky S .... costumes
 
Editorial Department
Rohan Desai .... digital intermediate supervisor
Sandeep Francis .... assistant editor
Ashish Gaikar .... assistant editor
Akshay Mohan .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Sunidhi Chauhan .... playback singer
Vishal Dadlani .... playback singer
Kunal Ganjawala .... playback singer
Harshdeep Kaur .... playback singer
Kay Kay .... playback singer
Bappi Lahiri .... playback singer
Shekhar Ravjiani .... playback singer
Adnan Sami .... playback singer
Shaan .... playback singer
 
Other crew
Caesar Gonsalves .... choreographer
Bosco Martis .... choreographer (as Bosco)
Rajnikant V. Shah .... financial consultant
Sheena Sippy .... publicity stills
 

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • UTV (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
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116 min
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Trivia:
An action sequence was to be shot with some cars chasing 'John Abraham'. Unfortunately, at the time of shooting, Abraham's mother was crossing the road and she presumed he was being attacked and freaked out. Shooting was halted while Abraham calmed his mother and reassured her it was only a film shoot.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In the taxi, Nana applies the brakes, John falls forwards and still has his chain around his neck. In the next scene he remembers that he lost his chain during the incident.See more »
Quotes:
Jai Mittal:Shivaji had the power of 1 horse and it talked with air. This car has 18 horses, press the accelerator and say Jai Maharashtra
Raghav Shastri:Jai Maharashtra!
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Movie Connections:
References Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (2005)See more »
Soundtrack:
Aazmale AazmaleSee more »

FAQ

Isn't this movie a remake of Changing Lanes?
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14 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Good but not up to the expectations, 25 February 2006
Author: deepak mohapatra from India

Taxi Number 9211 is a story of one day revolving between a taxi driver named Raghav Shastri and his passenger named Jai Mittal.The two are the exact opposites with strikingly similar problems in their personal lives.

I watched Taxi Number 9211 today and to be honest it did not quite go well to my expectations.It's not a bad movie or anything but in the end it would be known as a film which promised more but delivered less.But nonetheless a good watchable movie overall.

I think the film was a bit rushed on to the floor without much work on the screenplay and scripting.The concept was a quite unique and different one from the Indian movie format though.The performances by the lead actors is good.The film is very good till the interval with lots of comic punches but tends to bore you as it progresses after the interval.And at one point the ending becomes very predictable and is very much like any traditional Indian movie ending(everyone lives happily ever after stuff).

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