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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 »
Critically wounded and lying unconscious in a Mumbai hospital, ACP Yashvardhan of the Narcotics Control Bureau reflects on his life and his love-affair with Maya. With the assistance of the Commissioner as well as his colleagues, Atul, Kamlesh and Mahesh Pandey, and an informer, Arvind Shetty, he was able to apprehend drug-dealers in Kutch, Gujarat; Jalandhar, Punjab, as well as in Himachal Pradesh. Unknowingly, he paved the way for Vasu Anna Reddy to become the sole drug-dealer and invite his Mombasa-based brother, Vishnu, to join him. An encounter with the team kills Vasu, and some of the team gets suspended. A vengeful Vishnu decides to target the entire police unit as well as their respective families, and vows that he will not rest until he has killed them all. He starts with brutally killing Mahesh and his wife, Rachna, and then abducts Atul's wife, Swati - with a motive of forcing the former to do away with the remainder of this police team. Written by
This film is inspired by the Surya starrer "Kaakha kaakha", and the film definitely goes along those lines. But it lacks the same intensity and punch that Kaakha Kaakha had.
Story is about an NCB cop who gets targeted by a psychic but efficient drug lord, who tries to terrorize the cop and his colleagues and their loved ones for revenge.
The film is too fast moving, from action to love to drama, as though the makers had limited time and they were trying to fast forward the Tamil version. Some scenes are bogus, songs are not at all melodious, not even Khwaabon Khwaabon, which is the only track that is dubbed from the Tamil film. They have not copied it 100 % ditto; there are variations between both films, but this is somewhat bogus.
Some action scenes are noteworthy, and the storyline is good(but of course it's not authentic!). Vidyut Jamal's acting is noteworthy.
You can watch Force, but you are better off watching Kaakha Kaakha instead.
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