On a calm summer day in 1991, in the bustling Lokhandwala Complex, five criminals including Maya and Dilip were counting 70 lakhs in flat no. 32 B, when 286 policemen, headed by ACP Khan, ... See full summary »
A slumdog named Chandu teams up with Malik, a low-level enforcer for a criminal syndicate. Together they eliminate all their enemies, becoming the most feared gangsters in Mumbai before jealousy and anger turn them against each other.
DCP Anant Shrivastav (Amitabh Bachchan) has been assigned the mission to escort terrorist Iqbal Ansari (Atul Kulkarni) from Chandangarh to Mumbai. His terrorist organization are determined ... See full summary »
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 »
Three friends meet after their marriages who are all disturbed by their wifes decided to take a break and look for the other girl but they put themselves in trouble and accused for the murder of a girl.
On a calm summer day in 1991, in the bustling Lokhandwala Complex, five criminals including Maya and Dilip were counting 70 lakhs in flat no. 32 B, when 286 policemen, headed by ACP Khan, took strategic positions around their building. A gunfire ensued and the entire nation witnessed the most talked about daylight encounter lasting 6 hours that transformed suburban Mumbai into a virtual war zone. Shootout At Lokhandwala is the story of a seasoned cop, Khan, who chased Khalistani extremists, handpicked cops like Inspector Kaviraj Patil and Constable Javed Shaikh, and dared to engage trigger-happy gangsters in a residential locality of Mumbai. Khan's fight went beyond the encounter as he faced inquisition from his own department and legal charges of human rights violations. Shootout At Lokhandwala is the story of an upcoming underworld gangster, Maya, and his highly skilled partner, Dilip. The two made extortion the buzzword in the early 90s and dared to disobey the big bhai of the ... Written by
When Arbaaz Khan is talking to Rohit Roy's parents, the cameraman & a helper can be seen on Arbaaz's goggles. See more »
Ah, the f-word. As usual used with an utter lack of relevance or context to that most basic of human acts, which it so explicitly and yet so succintly describes. A sad but unavoidable linguistic travesty in these modern times!
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The movie has a big star-cast but short on acting. The movie is based on rumor. This is the underworld of Mumbai Bhai's akin to the Mafia. The movie is a a long flash back defending the action of the Inspector of police where his modus operandi is questioned. The movie is one time watch for the action-ruthless and daring among the factions. Extortion is norm and payoff is spent on dance bars and biriyani. The movie that I really appreciated was "Chandni Bar" which shares similarities in a way but really well directed by Madhur Bhandarkar who seems to have some kind of hold on the Mumbai sub-culture. Inspite of the high priced above the line cast-there is not much scope for acting by any one in particular and no one really stand out nor make any dent. This is not a movie that I would brag about.
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