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A priceless diamond is up for grabs. An amazing heist has taken place. The payment is made. The buyer is waiting. Then things go horribly wrong. Marked notes lead to a trail of cold blooded murder and ruthless double cross. As treachery rears its ugly head. The game turns vicious. First everybody was fighting for the diamond. Now they're fighting for something even more precious - their lives. The rules of the game are clear - the winner will take it all. The loser will lose it. Even his life. Nobody's to blame but everyone will play the price. Written by
An intense, gripping movie, with a very stylish, modern way of directing
Honestly, most people find this movie trashy and hard to understand. That's what i thought when I first watched it. But the second time around, I began to realise the subtleties. The music by Vishal and Shekhar absolutely kicks butt, and the fast-paced storyline keeps the audience constantly engaged. the story arcs are wonderfully scripted and directed, while the character development is light, yet leaves an impact. The humour is outstanding, and some the scenes, such as the boatmanagers description of Ajay Devgn, and the engine-starting-fiasco, are all hilarious. Kudos to Anubhav Sinha for producing a movie that leaves the audience questioning what happens next in the movie at each scene.
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