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The story of Shoaib, an underworld don who came to power by killing his mentor and has extended his kingdom with the help of his best friend, Javed, and his former lover, Mumtaz. While visiting the area where he grew up, he meets Aslam, who becomes his accomplice. Written by
Studio expectations for the film was to gross $200 million worldwide box office collections. But due to negative word of mouth and poor promotion, the film only managed to collect only 74 million. See more »
(at around 27 mins) While chasing the person in the train who is carrying the diamonds, both Aslam and that person jump out of the moving train, and straight away begin running without even regaining their balance.
When a person jumps out of a fast moving vehicle, his inertia drags him forward to some distance before he comes to rest. See more »
This time story is partially based on real incidents so too much liberty has been taken to narrate it, movie starts with crime and then gradually takes turn of a typical love triangle movie. Love is not very much established. Few dialogues are good but after a good dialogue you have to bear lots of forced and unnecessarily rhymed dialogues, which left bitter taste eventually. In its first part of series, dialogues were the one of the strongest point of film but in this one, dialogues, screenplay and story all loose the balance. Sometimes over the note sometimes under. There is a good comedy scene between Imran Khan and Sonakshi Sinha, about funny translation of Hindi lines and one misinterpreted word is very catchy but they repeat it so many times that it starts irritating you rather than tickle. Performance wise Akshay Kumar is good. Imran Khan is stiff. Sonakshi Sinha is cute but goes over board in intense emotional scene, especially in climax one. Pitobash, who played the character of Dedh Tang, is impressive. Music of first part of this film was amazing but in this one, it is just okay.
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