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Desh Drohi (2008)

Raja arrives in Mumbai looking for a job but ends up killing the brother of a local drug dealer. Realising the corrupt nature of politics, he goes on a killing spree and kills ten people in 24 hours.



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Credited cast:
Sonia Patil
Neha R. Raghav
Zulfi Sayed ...
Inspector Rohit Raghav
Manoj Tiwari ...
Shekhar / Kaalia
Sanjay Narayan Srivastav - National Public Party
Rajan Naik
Yadav - Rajkumar's dad
Yadav - Rajkumar's grandfather
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sanjay's P.A.
Rozza Catalona ...
Item Girl
Abdul - Fruit vendor
Kamal Rashid Khan ...
Rajkumar Singh 'Raja' Yadav
Chief Minister of Maharashtra


Rajkumar Tatti Singh Yadav lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, along with his parents and paternal grandfather, and studies in Nehru Public College. His father wants him to be a farmer, but Rajkumar wants to be a police officer. After hearing of Shekhar's success in Mumbai, Rajkumar decides to also re-locate there, become a police officer, return home, and get married to Neha, his fellow collegian. Upon arrival in Mumbai, Rajkumar will soon find out that local Marathas despise people from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar; and he will soon be pitted against masturbating goons, local stripping politicians, be betrayed by his friend and lover, and the Police will be launching a dog-hunt for him for killing several police officers. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Action | Crime | Thriller


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14 November 2008 (India)  »

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Awful acting ..
16 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

He calls himself an 'uttar bharatiya' (north Indian) and keeps crying himself hoarse about the second class treatment meted out to him and his fellow uttar bharatiyas by the political class of Maharashtra. - TOI Despite its obvious flaws, this writer took guilty pleasure in enjoying this genre where most love songs are actually dreams, where emotions are always displayed loudly, where the villains are always obvious and the hero can do almost anything despite being random. Acting : 1/10 (There is no negative marking) Although they have good actors like Yashpal Sharma, Gracy Singh, Mukesh Tiwari. (Not sarcasm,they are actually actors)

But our superstar(Sarcasm) KRK brings down the pace to another level.

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